To support and promote education for children, especially girls, in the Himalayan Mountain regions in India. We believe that an educated world is a much better world.
We value transparency and want to keep all informed with the recent developments at Gayatri Public School and College. We still need assistance with the following:
This GM Charitable Trust was created in 2000 to support the needs of Gayatri Public College and Gayatri Public school to improve the education in a remote village in Himachal Pradesh.
Upon graduation, one of our college students leveraged his education to land a job with the revenue department of the local government.
Many graduates went to graduate school to receive a Masters or prestigious M Phil degree. One of them came back to the Gayatri Devi College to teach for 1.5 years.
Many other students mostly girls after graduation have moved on to much better life.
Dr. Meena Sud joined as new Principal for the Public School and Gayatri Public College
The Public College receives state level accreditation for 9th and 10th grade.
First GPS Marathon was organized by Gayatri Trust Public School and Gayatri Public College on September 25th 2013 at Gayatri Public School, Ved Nagar (Chameru), Jaisinghpur, District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, in the foot hills of Himalayan Mountain region in India. This will be annual event to be held on last Saturday of September every year.
Theme: United we run for Health and Prosperity – A Building Block for Better Future School Children ran for 2.2 Kilometers and adults 4.4 Kilometers. 158 participants received completion certificates and winners received special awards. Please see the pictures. For next year event participants and sponsors can register for GPS Marathon at the website: www.gayatritrust.com
One can also register by email Gayatri082000@gmail.com or calling Gayatri Public School phone No. 01894-250300. For additional information, please email: Gayatri082000@gmail.com
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