Our Philosophy

We believe that education is a life-long process of searching for knowledge and our aim is to instill in every child this quest for knowledge and to teach the child to question diligently and prepare him / her through creative problem solving and critical thinking assignments to seek the right answer!

About Trust

The Pawar Public Charitable Trust, is an organization that focuses on the needs of the under privileged sections of the society. In the past the trust has been known for their supportive activities in the form of donations, sponsorships and scholarships to the needy and the under privileged. The trust is also involved in work aimed at the upliftment of the nomadic tribal communities by imparting basic level of education to them. In addition, the Trust also extends its support in the form of sponsorships for various computer programs for educational institutions like the Rayat Shikshan Sanstha, which fosters the unique concept of‘learn & earn’.

Besides education, the trust is actively involved in the promotion of socio – cultural activities like music, theatre and funding of publishing establishments involved in the printing of ‘purposeful’ literature, which would otherwise not have been commercially viable.

Guiding Force Pawar Public Charitable Trust:

She has a strong belief in the potential for human growth and she believes that it is the responsibility of the present generation to create the leaders for tomorrow and that if we can instill the right values & empower them with leadership qualities, these individuals will be the pride of our nation and assets to the society at large.

She is a person for whom education at every level is a passion. In the Metropolitian cities her focus is on providing quality education at affordable price, while in tribal area her emphasis is on education aimed at instilling self confidence and self reliance. Her main focus is on inclusion of the differently able children into mainstream educational institutes. Read More

  • Smt. Supriya Sule
    Managing Trustee

Objective Of The Trust

The trust has been established keeping certain broad objectives in mind, which are:

The spread and promotion of education and learning,which includes setting up and management of educational institutions which includes schools, colleges, universities etc, scholarships for the needy and under-privileged students, offering feesubsidy, etc.

Providing for medical, surgical and maternity relief to the under-privileged sections of the society which includes providing money for medicine, medical treatment, operation or post-operative treatment,blood transfusion etc.

Contributing to the spread of knowledge by making sub scriptions,contributions,and donations to other institutions pledged to contribute towards the propagationand advancement of education and knowledge.

we understand that the child is not an isolated entity, he is what he is made by his parents' his teachers, his peer group and the society at large and as such any positive change in the child & through the child in the society can only happen when we put in combined efforts towards this common goal.
we feel that the word 'education' is very difficult to define, as there is a vast difference between being 'literate' and being 'educated', our aim is to bridge

Our Initiative


Bhandup, Mumbai
Kandivali, Mumbai
Chandvali,Mumbai
Dombvali,Mumbai
Hadapsar, Pune
Nanded City, Pune
Hinjewadi, Pune

Educational Institutes Managed by the Trust

Pawar Public Schools: Our dream for our schools was simple and short – to provide quality education with the best facilities and educational practices to our students. The dream was to create institutions wherein differences in caste, creed, class and religion are non-existent, and where each and every student and teacher is a part of a united happy family. These schools would be the ideal platforms in the society where students would receive the best education possible and be free from bigotry, hatred and violence. We dreamt of a school where ideal citizens would graduate, with the best practices in education and values imbibed in them. When we started working on the schools, we did so, with a desire to make this dream come true. We took our first steps in the Mumbai Suburb of Bhandup, and from there, realised our dream. Through our three schools, we have been able to provide a learning environment with the best facilities, and with a staff that is well entrenched in offering the best education possible. In short, our aim is to contribute to 'the content of the pupils' character', ensure that our students are able to 'face the difficulties of today and tomorrow' and tackle the same to emerge winners.

Youth Activities

It has been the endeavor of the trust to keep on taking up newer causes whereby they can create awareness and reach out to more people through diverse services aimed at providing right kind of aid
to those in need. Keeping the needs of contemporary issues in mind the trust has taken up the following projects as its newest ventures:

Apli Mati Apla Maharashtra

The Trust has contributed towards organising this cultural competition through the Sharad Sports & Cultural Prathisthan for the students of rural Maharashtra, especially the students of Agriculture. The competition is held in four zones, namely the Konkan Zone, Western Maharashtra Zone, Vidharbha Zone & the Marathwada Zone. The competitions are held for composition, elocution, light Indian music, fancy dress, group dance, dramatics, folk songs of rural Maharashtra etc. It is a pleasure to witness the coming together of 'agri' and 'culture'

Career Guidance Program

Career Guidance Program for students is another project which has been conceptualised by Mrs. Supriya Sule. She has always endeavoured to promote this cause especially in the rural and tribal areas where there is very little awareness of the various career options available these days. Friends Union for Energising Lives (F.U.E.L) is an NGO of likeminded youths who have decided to dedicate their efforts to VISION 2020 and help India represent the world in technological, social and human growth development. The main emphasis is on

Women's Empowerment

The trust extends its guidance & support to the activities of this organisation which aims at uniting all the Below Poverty Line Self Help Groups (BPL SHGs) working towards the upliftment of women in Maharashtra. In Maharashtra there are about 2,25,000 active SHGs which are trying to link themselves to the Yashaswini Samajik Abhiyan. A total of 431 co-ordinators, of which 6 are appointed at State level, 6 at Divisional level, 54 at District level, and 360 at Taluka level and they are all working to help the Organisation achieve its mission, namely:

Social Obligations

This is an effort aimed at bringing together the children from varied financial backgrounds on one platform, taking them out of the sphere of the virtual world and teaching them to explore their own creativity. The objective of this project is to encourage children to participate in various activities ranging from painting, creating best out of waste, making greeting cards, sculpting, dramatics, etc by involving renowned personalities from various fields. The sessions are held at the Yeshwantrao Chavan Prathisthan

Latest Ventures

It has been the endeavor of the trust to keep on taking up newer causes whereby they can create awareness and reach out to more people through diverse services aimed at providing right kind of aid
to those in need. Keeping the needs of contemporary issues in mind the trust has taken up the following projects as its newest ventures:

Jaagar Ha Janivancha; Tumchya Majhya Lekicha
Jaagar Ha Janivancha; Tumchya Majhya Lekicha
Jaagar Ha Janivancha; Tumchya Majhya Lekicha

Jaagar Ha Janivancha; Tumchya Majhya Lekicha

We are all aware that the decline of the girl child in India is a problem of deep rooted societal discrimination against women and girls. Through feticide, infanticide and intentional neglect of girls, the women of India are fast disappearing. The issue is even more critical in Maharashtra where in the year 1961, we had 936 girls per thousand boys and from there on it has declined steadily and today stands at 925 girls per thousand boys, while at the national level the ratio is 940 girls per 1000 boys. It is a matter of great shame that even today when India is advancing and moving ahead in every sphere of life, the bias against girl child is still prevailing leading to their declining ratio. The 'Jagar Ha Janivancha' program is aimed at creating an awareness of the rights of the girl child and highlighting the positive contribution of women not only in the family but in the society as a whole.

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Mobile Disability Rehabilitation Centre

It has been the dream of our Managing Trustee to be able to reach out to the handicapped persons, especially those from remote places who have no access to aids which can help them join the main stream and be considered as productive members of the society. With this mission in mind the trust along with the Handicapped Rights and Welfare Association has come out with the unique concept of Mobile Disability Rehabilitation Van which can provide all kinds of artificial aids like Jaipur foot, Jaipur hand, Three wheeled cycles, Crutches, Hearing Aids, Brail Kit etc to people from the rural and tribal areas who have neither the access to medical centers providing such facilities nor the monetary power to afford these aids on their own

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Melghat- Malnutrition and Many Maladies

The verdant forested hills of Melghat hide a forlorn story, as this region has seen the death of 400 to 500 children below six years of age, every year consistently in spite of being in the news. This region, comprising Chikhaldhara and Dharni talukas is home to some of the most isolated people in the country. Mrs. Supriya Sule along with the Hon Minister of State for Health, Officers from the Local Administration, Medical Experts, NGOs and a team form Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan, Mumbai, visited Melghat to study the reasons for this dismal statistic.

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Managing Committee

Mrs. Supriya S Sule

Managing Trustee

Mrs.Supriya S. Sule, who is the Managing Trustee for the Pawar Public Charitable Trust and Member of Governing Body for Pawar Public School is a Person for whom education at every level is a passion. She has a strong belief in the potential for human growth. Her mission is to mould a generation of individuals who are not only well educated, but are complete human beings with a strong national & social conscience, who are self confident and mature and have a balanced look to life. She believes that it is the responsibility of the present generation to create the leaders for tomorrow and if we can instill the right values & empower them with leadership qualities, these individuals will be the pride of our nation and assets to society at large.

Mr. Sadanand Sule

Trustee

Mr.Sadanand Sule, who is also a trustee of the Pawar Public Charitable Trust, is the person who has laid the foundation of stringent quality control for the school. He is an economist by profession and is a perfectionist who is not prepared to accept any compromise on the quality of education at PPS. He is the visionary who has spared no expenses in providing for the state of art infrastructure to the school and has set very high goals for the school to achieve.

Dr. R. D. Bapat

Chairman

Dr. R. D. Bapat, is presently the Chairman at the Haffkine Bio-Pharmaceutical Corporation Ltd. He has retired as the Professor and Head of Department of Surgical Gastroenterology, KEM Hospital after serving there for 42 years. He has also been the Vice Chancellor, Maharashtra University of Health Science, Nasik. Dr. Bapat has also won the ‘Ideal Teacher Award’ conferred by the National Foundation of Teachers of India in 1988. A multi-faceted personality, Dr. Bapat is also a great leader, orator,badminton champion and of course a great teacher.

Mrs. Meenakshi Bhat

Educationist

Mrs. Meenakshi Bhat, is a hard core educationist who has been associated with the field of education and management of the students for more than 30 years. She has a vast experience in main stream teaching as well as teaching disabled students. Her strength lies in setting up of assisted learning programs for the weaker students and offering career counselling for students. At Pawar Public School she has been a pillar of strength and instrumental in conducting various teachers training workshops on classroom teaching techniques, evaluation methodology etc.

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Contact Info

PPC TRUST
First Floor, Dubash House, 15, JN Heredia Road,
Ballard Estate, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001
Tel.:022 2269 3794