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Service initiatives at DAIS Supporting NGOs


The ‘DAIS Akanksha Centre’ symbolizes our School's institutional efforts to facilitate the education of children in slum areas. This center started functioning from the inception of the School and educates about 59 students currently. Our premises serve as a school for children of nearby slum areas in the afternoon.
Muktangan, Worli

Muktangan, an initiative of Paragon Charitable Trust and working in close partnership with the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai  aims to create a model offering sustainable, community-based, low-cost, high-quality, inclusive, child–centred English medium education to the economically disadvantaged sections of society by training and employing community- members as teachers.

PRATHAM is the largest non-governmental community service organization working to provide education to the underprivileged children of India. PRATHAM was established in 1994 to provide education to the Mumbai slum children. DAIS associated with PRATHAM in 2005 with the aim of creating awareness about children’ needs and the kind of work that NGOs engage in.

Advitya is an NGO that has been changing lives since August 2000. It is a vocational centre that provides constructive occupation through creative work to mentally challenged adults. The individuals at Advitya are those who are unable to continue in other special institutes due to their age or the need for special individual attention.

ASEEMA NGO’s mandate is to provide quality education for street children and underprivileged ones and to protect human rights. Since July 2011, DAIS has been associated with ASEEMA. The IB students have endeavoured to make the learning process for the ASEEMA children enjoyable with a number of fun filled activities.
Magic Bus

2003 Magic Bus India Foundation is a not-for-profit Company registered in Mumbai under Sec 25 of Companies Act. They reach out to 250,000 plus children in Mumbai and steers them towards a better life with better awareness, better life skills, and better opportunities in their journey from childhood to livelihood.