Our Journey


The start

Ek Tara began its education programme with 60 children. A small vocational unit was also set up for women. Informal classes were introduced for school dropouts.


A Milestone

Ek Tara moved into a 7500 sq ft facility and introduced its Montessori, Nutrition and Health project. The student enrollment went up to 250.


Program Expansion

Ek Tara introduced its primary school project with 100 children. 10 children were successfully enrolled in reputed mainstream schools.


Introducing digital classes

Digital literacy projects and a mental health counseling cell were created for children. First ever annual function held with over 300 participants at Gyan Manch.


New Partnerships

ChakkePeKaksha, a mobile school from Belgium was launched to engage children academically as an outreach project.


Formalizing Co Curricular activities

CCA’s such as karate, football and swimming with an introduction to arts and culture-based activities were launched. A curated recycled art exhibit by the children titled Kalatmak. Total number of beneficiaries increased to 1000.


Relief and Rehabilitation Projects for Covid -19

Food and essentials were regularly distributed to the beneficiaries and their families. In addition to the relief provided, a Covid-19 book was also launched.


Launch of Ek Tara Learning Centre

After months of running a unique tele-learning engagement project for our children (because of the pandemic), we launched a 20000 sq ft. state-of-the-art learning facility in March 2021.


Tomorrowland Foundation Music and Arts School

Ek Tara partnered with Tomorrowland Foundation in Belgium to expand its CCA programme. This school will be one of the three Music and Arts schools by the Foundation in the world.