Our organisation aims at a systemic transformation and reformation in state-run educational institutions to rejuvenate the public education system through a model based on the principle of ‘Individual Social Responsibility’.
Following a model based on 'Gyaan Daan', we aim to equip students with information, knowledge, and skills to enable them to unlock their potential and create a path to achieve intragenerational mobility.
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“After a long time, I was able to experience an interview like this! You reminded me of my preparation days, and why I got into the Service in the first place. I would love to be in association with EdJustice for its future endeavours, and support its wonderful work.”
- Mugdha Sinha, Secretary, Science, and Technology Department & Art and Culture Department, Government of Rajasthan
“The kind of work that EdJustice is doing is inspiring. I hope that we can all find ways to help the students who are listening to us. I would urge you all to read Sanjay Ji's book- Katihar to Kennedy. This is an inspiring and exceptional book on how one can carve a path for oneself despite all odds, and reach one of the best institutions of the world. This itself is a journey! Civil Services can be your journey.”
- Salma Fahim, IAS, Managing Director, Hutti Gold Mines (Government of Karnataka PSU)