• Sarthak – Joy of Giving Week 2016

    “True joy lies in the act of giving without an expectation of receiving something in return” Every year on account of Daan Utsav (a.k.a the Joy of Giving Week from Oct 2- 8) Sarthak organizes the Donation Drive to promote giving culture in India on a nation-wide scale and brings together Indians from all walks of life, to celebrate ‘giving’.  Aegis, Essar Foundation, Hotel Le Meredien, Dalmia Bharat Foundation, Hotel Ginger, Make My Trip & Quatrro hosted the 'Joy of

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  • Sarthak @ Airtel Delhi Half Marathon - 2016

    We witnessed the excitement and felt the momentum build, as supporters, enthusiasts and volunteers geared up for the marathon on November 20, 2016 and ran with our candidates, for our candidates. From posters to interactive initiatives, several innovative ways help us reach our message across to people like you.

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  • Empowering Persons with Disability

    "I was educated but unemployed. I was waiting for one chance to prove myself. Sarthak & VRC gave me that chance to prove myself. Now there is no looking back. “ –By Pradeep Jaiswal Just like Pradeep Jaiswal, there are hundreds of kids and adults, trying to live an independent life. They wish to live free from inside but are forced to be dependent. This force is purely social. In our society equality for persons with disability is just not possible. They are bound to be depended not by choice but by circumstances. The society is in the habit of pampering people with disab

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  • Employment

    Jobs are invaluable professional development tools for everyone. They help you grow and live a better life. Every student aims to get one, right after they complete their education. Many of them start preparing themselves during their education itself by joining internships in different companies. Of course the reason why they do is to be able to get a good job and better future. Unfortunately, persons with disabilities are underrepresented in the journey. Few of them do get a chance to appear while others are refrained from it. Why? The major reason why persons with disabilities are

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  • Early Intervention

    There are many localities and houses on the outer ring road, but house number 28 in Behra Enclave area is a bit different. This is the place where you will find a number of people constantly helping children with special needs. This place is called Sarthak Antakshep Kendra or center for Early Intervention for Special Children. The NGO Sarthak, is an NGO working for people with special needs, by giving them trainings and making them job ready and then contacting MNCs to create job opportunities for Persons with Disabilities and getting them hired. In this endeavor Sarthak has helped thou

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  • 70th Independence Day Celebration @ SARTHAK ANTAKSHEP KENDRA

    COLORS OF FREEDOM- Painting Drive!!! At the wake of Saturday, August 13th, 2016, Kids at Sarthak Antakshep Kendra will be celebrating Independence Day in their own unique way. Sarthak in collaboration with Awesomesauce & CSR Network India, is organising the Painting Event wherein, kids will paint their heart out on the canvas, and an unusual awareness campaign shall be initiated! We welcome you all to the be there and encourage the kids in this event!!!

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  • Sarthak’s Advocacy Event in association with Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) - Forget Can’t, Think Can!

    In our efforts to sensitize the public towards the disability cause & Sarthak’s operations, we have recently organised the advocacy event “Forget Can’t, Think Can!” in association with Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) at various metro stations. The ten days long event, started from December 21, 2016. Students from New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM) volunteered for Sarthak for this awareness campaign. The event was executed from six earmarked Delhi Metro Stations and a large number of people were mobilized and sensitized towards the disability cause.

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  • Sarthak Educational Trust takes over National Abilympic Association OF India (NAAI)

    NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 15: Sarthak Educational Trust, India’s leading organization for promoting skill development and inclusive education for people with disability, has taken over the National Abilympic Association of India (NAAI). NAAI has been engaged in organising and participation in Vocational Skilling Competitions of Persons with disability at local, regional, national and International levels since 2001. And, Sarthak is promoting independent living of PwDs through Early Intervention, Inclusive Education, Skill Development, and employment since 2008.  Abilympic are v

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  • Sarthak Educational Trust - Third National Conference on Disability

    Sarthak Educational Trust organised 3rd National Conference on Disability at Indian Islamic Cultural Centre, New Delhi on November 17, 2016.   Revolving around the theme of Inclusion to Empowerment the event was kept captivating and indulging all across through various panel discussions from representatives of Department of Disability Affairs,  CSR Agencies (Capgemini, Essar Foundation), Corporate Groups (Aegis, Lemon Tree, Landmark, Marriott International, Vaibhav Global), Media Groups (Torque Communications, Business Standard, Business Today, NDTV, Economic Times, Stratpost Media

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  • Sarthak and It’s Advocacy Programs

    For over 5 years, Sarthak Education Trust has been deeply involved in sensitization and advocacy workshops in various corporate organizations for people with disabilities. These workshops have turned out to be a place of information and great support for both the organization and people with all disabilities. The key objective of these workshops has been to generate more job opportunities in various sectors for people with disability. We could understand that it was important to sensitize the corporate in order to generate and maintain benefits for people with disability. We follow diff

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