Vasant Vihar, New Delhi



Education Enables Underprivileged Children to Blossom

Programs at ‘Rejoice,’ Arpana’s Community Centre in Vasant Vihar, New Delhi

Gyan Arambh, at Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, provides educational support for children from underprivileged families - with a clear vision and mission to fill the inadequacies in their situations and lead them towards a better life.

The onslaught of Covid-19, this year too, resulted in long closures of schools which, besides hampering learning, took a toll on the mental and physical health of the children.



At Gyan Arambh, we have made an effort to decrease the achievements gaps, compared to more privileged students, by developing a Bridge Curriculum that is focused on the fundamentals of literacy and numeracy.

Speaking in ENglish is encouraged here. Moreover, the committed team of educators used methods like audio and video formats for virtual learning to spread the material via WhatsApp groups to help students.


 Children receiving Mini Meal Boxes on Holi



Tutoring Class 9th for Exams 


We have provided our teachers

with specialized training so they

can explore various teaching strategies

 to improve the skills of the students.

Our staff aranged some interesting

activities like- Pin Hole Cameras,

Water filter and many more.




Students having a desire to learn


Siddharth and his family were forced to go to their village by the Covid-19 Pandemic for almost two years, but he never gave up learning.

Siddharth is a very diligent and earnest student of Gyan Arambh in class 8. With tons of potential, he also has the right attitude towards learning. He successfully adapted to online learning modalities and was very regular in sending his work to his teachers from his village. He also kept himself ahead by using the YouTube content related to chapters. 

All of us wish him success and good luck for a wonderful future



We continue to get support from our patrons who generously donate to the educational concerns of our students.

  • Mrs. Geetika Bahl gave woolen socks for the children in winter.
  • Mrs. Sameena Arif and Mrs. Geetika Bahl gave school bags to all the children.
  • Mr. Abhinav Mathur gave the children pullover sweaters.
  • Mr. A.S. Tatari, a renowned and respective media personality, donated Rs. 10,000.
  • Mr. Sandeep Bharat Rangari donated Rs. 10,000 towards our educational needs.
  • Mrs. Mona Sharma, a volunteer at our center, distributed the traditional Gujiya.
  • Mr. Sanjay Dutta, Mona Sharma’s brother, distributed mini-meal boxes to the entire staff and students on the occasion of Holi