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Mission statement

India continues to face stern challenges. Despite growing investment in education, 35% of its population is still illiterate; only 15% of Indian students reach high school, and just 7% graduate. As of 2008, India's post-secondary high schools offer only enough seats for 7% of India's college-age population, 25% of teaching positions nationwide are vacant, and 57% of college professors lack either a master's or PhD degree. Though there are very few schools in rural areas, children and their parents are showing interest and availing school facilities in these remote locations. Children have to walk miles to reach their school. There are no proper transport facilities so children don’t like to travel miles to come to school.
Teachers of rural schools in villages and small towns receive low income so there is a possibility that teachers give less attention to children. Most of the schools do not have proper infrastructure. So they do not get most of the facilities such as computer education, sports education and extra-curricular activities.
Through Eprashala all the above needs can be easily fulfilled.
Our mission is to
* Provide a uniform standard of education all across the entire country (rural or urban).
* To make every child rise to his fullest potential so that they can compete in the global market.
* We want to see a software engineer in every farmer and a  farmer in every software engineer.
* Teach new techniques like rain water harvesting, raised bed farming , creating organic fertilizers from farm waste and dried leaves, creating of charcoal, implementing biogas, etc. the posiblities are endless.
* Adult education programs, cultural activities, etc.

If the device is properly implemented , the possibilities of upliftment of rural India are endless. The gap between rural and urban areas will be narrowed.
India is a agricultural country and so should it be. The heart of India lies in farmers and their upliftment will result in increase in agricultural output, and reduce problems related to malnutrition. If the agricultural output increase, educated people will began to take agriculture as occupation and hence the migration to metros or cities will automatically reduce. And thus the crowded city life will ease.
Problem of India doesn't lie in its vast population but its illiterate population. If we are able to bring down the illiteracy rate in India, and provide our population with proper healthy education , India will be able to use our population as our biggest resource. Educated masses will not only cater the needs of India,  but also the entire world. More foreign companies  will set up plants and factories in India. resulting in better employment. Better employment will result in better economy, better infrastructure and automatically result in reduce in crime rates. India will truly become a supper power if we use our biggest resource which is our population  to the fullest extent, and the only way that it can be done is proper education.
Eprashala is just a small step.
Pray for the best.