An organisation which redefined education to the backward villages in Mathura
One might think the charm of villages is now lost because of modernization, but I was proved wrong. When my cab drove into Barauli amongst the paddy fields, little bumpy roads, mud houses and rangoli designs on those mud houses with white paint it warmed my heart.
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How it all began at PES
Mr. K.M. Paliwal’s research found a gap between the education in urban and ruralsettings. He found that people in Barauli were not aware of the importance of education and health, or found education was too expensive since they belonged to the low income labor class. He started organizing awareness camps and adult education to bring awareness to these villagers.