Saksham is catering to the aspirations of an underpriviledged section of the society. Our activities therefore necessarily take into account the nature of all the difficulties that work as impediments to their welfare.
The children are not required to pay any fees. Nor are they required to spend money on textbooks and notebooks or stationery.
The level of learning of each child is assessed from time to time and if deemed fit, children who show marked improvement are upgraded to the next level, so that the children do not lose interest by virtue of repetition of lessons, which may be required in the case of the other children.
No particular time of the year is demarcated for admission and the children are allowed to join at any time of the year.
A child is not required to spend a whole year in any particular class . Depending on their keenness and speed of learning, they are shifted to the next higher group. This sustains the interest of the brighter children and prevents them from dropping out because of boredom, particularly because there may be children at different levels of learning even in the same class.
Corporal punishment is a strict taboo in the school.