Conduct joyful hands-on science workshops for school kids
Organize volunteer visits to remote parts of India for science popularization and knowledge exchange
Build a network of people and grassroot organizations to strengthen this "Knowledge Bridge"
“Gyan-Setu” is a program conducted by volunteers in remote parts of India. This year-long program, organized by Educational Activity Research Center (EARC) - Jnana Prabodhini - Pune, consists of visits by teams of volunteers to conduct joyful science-based workshops and camps for middle school students.
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How it works
The mission of spreading the joy of education in its real sense is achieved through a small science-based model along with games and stories. By visiting we contributed a brick to the "Bridge of Knowledge". So be a part of this journey with Gyan-Setu and explore unexplored India and it's lovely people...!
What our volunteers say
Travel, experiences, and learning are implications of each other. Whenever you get one, another comes along with it and this is what I received from my three Gyan-Setu visits. My journeys to Sikkim, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh have taught me many life lessons and introduced me to the art of living...!
When we went to Jammu, we only took a few science experiments with us. But when we came back, we brought a lot of life lessons, friendships, memories with the loving people there. And for this, I and our entire team are very thankful to Gyan-Setu and Jnana Prabodhini...!