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One small step toward happiness brings the world together. In our own way we formulated a unique plan: to start a business that employs dropout and weak students The core concept was to segue school and workplace. Our model blends social responsibility and commitment. Our children move smoothly from classrooms to workplace after a brief training in which they are taught the rudiments of business. They are managing inventory, billing, deliveries, customer care, purchase and portion of every rupee generated goes into sustaining school for more children. When we bring a product to you, we are not just ‘doing business’, we are empowering dropouts financially and backing them to complete their schooling. Every time you buy from us, you are creating a future that goes beyond business. We have work for everyone, in every village and city of punjab,India. Age, Location and qualification do not matter. Apply online to earn & spread happiness

Welcome to SWABHOVIK

In March 2004, we started school for the under-privileged by hiring a teacher with three students, our guard’s son, his daughter and his wife. In 2015-16 session we have 305 students. Complete schooling, stationery, uniform and books along with a bus service is made available to these children “free of cost” and unlike schools, Educational Institutes or NGO’s, we have never taken any donations or charged any fees from the child. The Parents of these children are mainly migrants from other States of India & do odd jobs for the community.

We have seen very closely when these children reach adolescence their personal need increases & family mount pressure. They leave schooling and opt to become earning member of their family. We fully understand the importance of education. Our project makes the child complete the schooling and alongside give them an opportunity to hone a skill. The perfect age to develop cognitive ability is between 5-18 years, reference The skill learnt during adolescence could be easily take as a profession. A universal truth remains, Education is a boon only if backed by employment.


Punjabee Circle International
29 October 2015
Five Children from Gyan were selected to be shortlisted by Punjabee Circle International, UK by their Brand Ambassador Shri Surinder Shinda, who is father of Punjabee Folk. Children having Lunch at Mount View, Chandigarh.
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Our History

Jan 2016
We Care – We Plant
We have initiated a program of selling and planting “Ten trees, Every day”, starting from 1st of January’ 2016. With a Robust target to increase plantation to hundred trees a day, We are not only going to plant but ensure they are protected and taken care off.
Dec 2015
Cottons World
Our robust target is to sell one apparel to every Indian. Our apparels are made of 100% cotton and we get them manufactured on latest technology.
Oct' 2015
Hatti on Wheels
Drop out children joining the main stream- focus is to make them complete their schooling- the main reason of dropping out is to become earning member of their family.
e2e (Education 2 Employment)
In 2015 We started Swabhovik, an e2e (education 2 employment) initiative. We are proud to be the first in the world to take this initiative.
Event- Punjabee circle International
Five Children from Gyan were selected to be shortlisted by Punjabee Circle International, UK by their Brand Ambassador Shri Surinder Shinda, who is father of Punjabee Folk. Children having Lunch at Mount View, Chandigarh.
Bal Bhawan
10th Anniversary Celebrations at Bal bhawan, sector-23, Chandigarh
Exemplary Contribution
November 2014, Amity Global Business School, Chandigarh, awarded us with Excellence awards towards Corporate Social Responsibility.
March 2010
255 students became a part of our organization
March 2009
210 Students got enrolled for full-time schooling.
We closed our school at Mohali but Opened fresh admission for 100 Children and shifted all our children to Afternoon session, at Manav Mangal School, sector 21, Chandigarh. Our school strength got double.
Reply 2008-3
Reply 2008-3
Our reply to the municipal authority and explaining them the purpose.
we got a resumption letter from Municipal Corporation Mohali asking us to close the School as it was being run in Industrial area.
April 2008
Space being a constraint, we invited Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu M.L.A., and he recommended our case to Municipal Corporation Mohali.
In April 2008, we had 106 children and 4 teachers.
In 2007, "GYAN ALL CHILDREN WELFARE SOCIETY" got registered.
Started in 2004
Swabhovik, started in the year 2004 as an Philanthropy activity, with three children and one teacher.