Spread the joy of learning

Conduct joyful hands-on science workshops for school kids

Our Mission

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"

About Gyan-Setu

“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.

Our Reach

Connected with

~55000

School Children

From

~1090

Schools 

Located in

8

States

Through efforts of 

550

Volunteers

Volunteer 

Would you like to connect with the remote communities of India, and the kids there, through knowledge exchange?

How it works

  • Step 1 Registration

    Interested volunteers register for Gyan-Setu's upcoming visits.

  • Step 2 Training

    One-day training workshops are conducted with registered volunteers.

  • Step 3 Planning

    Volunteer teams are formed; states and places are allocated.

  • Step 4 Orientation

    Orientation and demo sessions are conducted. Travel plans are finalized.

  • Step 5 GS Visits

    ​Volunteers conduct workshops in schools; get to know communities closely.

  • Part of GS Family!

    Volunteers continue to be involved in year-long GS activities and events.

Join Us

We invite you to take a step ahead to help build this knowledge exchange bridge!

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...!

Ashwini
(Assam-2019)

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...!

Nikita Sarode
(Sikkim-2017, Assam-2018,
Arunachal-2019)

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...!

Vedant
(Jammu-2018)

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