We are an Indian education non-profit, that is working to transform the state of public education in the country.
With a successful track record of over 5 years, we have been humbled with the national and international recognition and support our work has received.
We partner with local and state governments to create Exemplar Education Ecosystems – enabling teachers to focus on student learning outcomes.
In this Ecosystem, we:
For truly unlocking the potential of our solution, we believe in bringing together governments, corporates and other non-profits in the spirit of true partnership and collaboration.
You can support us through sponsoring our work, partnering with us in our programmes, or perhaps, join us full-time?
Peepul (an education non-profit working across Delhi and Madhya Pradesh) has reorganized themselves completely to deal with COVID, with the organization bandwidth and resources split across (1) short term, (2) medium term and (3) long term response measures.
The hunt for the 40 most disruptive founders, funders, corporate leaders and change-makers has ended. 40 awards and 3 special mentions were awarded after a rigorous jury process at the third edition of BW Businessworld 40 under 40 Awards in association with BW Disrupt.
At the core of what we do, we look to create
A teacher is a vehicle for transmission of knowledge and skills, and we believe that it is the meaningful teacher-student interaction through which the child is engaged, and is able to attain the necessary learning outcomes.
A bright spot in the government system, to build belief in the drastic
improvement possible, and showcase how excellence could look like.
We work with government officials across levels to help teachers
implement what they have learnt, overcome barriers to change, and
build their aspirations.
We build the skills of the teacher, through practical, bite sized
training sessions, and creating learning communities.
We build and leverage avenues of accountability, to build accountability in the teacher for learning outcomes.
“When I started teaching here, there were challenges, but we have the right training and tools to help our children. We are encouraged to innovate and develop methods to cater to each individual child’s needs.”
Academic Coordinator, ,
Peepul Exemplar School in Delhi
“Saw this incredible transformation in Municipal Corporation School, Lajpat Nagar, Delhi, through public-private partnership. The effort should be to replicate and scale it.”
Anil Swarup, ex-Secretary, MHRD
“I really loved the three modules I attended – on Classroom Management, Hindi and English. In the 18 years of my service, these are the best trainings I have attended – I found them extremely fruitful. The materials provided, the way the sessions were taken… It was very informative.”
Rajni, Primary Schoolteacher,
SDMC Primary School,
Sriniwaspuri (Girls), South Delhi