International Chandramauli Charitable Trust works around the philosophy of giving children a better education and better living that they deserve. The trust works on the traditional residential education philosophy, where they accommodate as well as educate children.
They run "after school" classes for students of all ages, starting from pre-school to post graduation. More than hundreds of students are registered with them to get free teaching on subjects like English, Sanskrit, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Computer Science, Accountancy, History, Social Science, Business Studies as well as basic Computer Education.
Alongside they have been running a computer center educating students upto basic web designing techniques, while the curriculum also includes art & craft as well as music lessons.
Chandramauli is one of a kind trust that teach "Sat Svar Vedas" together with "Panini's Vyakaran" as well as Saahitya, Darshan, Translation and Spoken Sanskrit.
SynapseIndia CSR initiatives are primarily focused towards women, children and the aged and are directed in the areas of Health, Education and Livelihood.
SynapseIndia CSR is spirited by this initiative to educate people about our core Indian values and thus is proudly contributing to the areas Chandramauli is actively working on. Apart from financially funding them on regular basis, we are supporting them to have an overall infrastructural development of the center as well as the inhabitants by sending stationaries, apparels, computers, medicines etc. that steers goodwill alongwith being a responsible citizen.
We help them to improve health and education in under-served communities through SynapseIndia CSR activities. We are focusing on programs that are 'innovative, sustainable and bring real benefits to those most in need'.
On behalf of SynapseIndia CSR, We also motivate our employees as well as our patrons to actively participate in the noble cause of supporting the trust which in-turn will empower them more to educate and spread the ancient Indian values to greater section of the mass eventually.