No. Name of Institution Group Head Brief Write-up
1 Balvantray Mehta School (AM) Rachna Advani Balvantray Mehta Vidya Bhavan (BMVB), is a senior-secondary co-educational integrated English-medium public school, affiliated to the CBSE.  It is located in Greater Kailash-II.   Mentoring is offered to students from EWS backgrounds.
Balvantray Mehta School (PM) Ratna Sudarshan
2 East Point School Pooja Kapur Located in Vasundhara Enclave, East Point School runs under the aegis of the East Point Education Society. The Society is a non-profit group aiming to provide quality education to the masses at an affordable price.
3 Little Flower School, Gurugram Pranamita Sarma Provides quality education to children from EWS backgrounds and prepares them for the CBSE.  Mentees are teachers.
4 Nai Disha Madhur Bhargava An educational and cultural society, where students from various schools are helped with homework, skill development and English conversation, by TTM! mentors.  Since all the students are from EWS backgrounds, TTM! has provided smart phones to the centre for use by the mentees.
5 NIIT Foundation Malvika Singh NIIT Foundation (NF) is a not-for-profit education society set up by the promoters of NIIT in 2004.NIIT Foundation has a mandate to reach the unreached, uncared and unattended to ensure inclusive development in India.   To shape the mandate, NIIT Foundation has begun a number of programmes that positively impact the underserved of the country through educational interventions. The intent of NF is to better understand the education and employability issues at the grassroots level and build sustainable training intervention models.
6 Nirmal School Kiran Singh The Tara Vati Ram Gopal Mehra Foundation runs a Primary School with a feeder Nursery Class withh a strength of over 430 children. It is situated near Khan Market.  "Training the Trainer" was the purpose of this partnership.
7 Jeet Anju Chowla A tutorial centre in Gurgaon (Chakkarpur) for youth from EWS backgrounds.  Students are from various schools in the Gurgaon area, and the centre, run by an IIT alumnus, prepares them for IIT's and other professional insitutions.  Supported by various NGO's.
8 Salaam Balak Trust Ratna Sudarshan Salaam Baalak Trust is dedicated to providing a sensitive and caring environment to street children in Delhi and Gurgaon.
9 Udyam Trust Rajni Saxena Operate study centres at three different locations in South Delhi. Employ a staff of seven and have a continuous stream of full and part-time volunteers. Offer students opportunities to not just become literate but also develop their personalities and value systems.
10 Vidya Neelam Kapur Vidya School, started in 2009 is one of the leading institutions in Gurgaon providing excellent education to underprivileged children.  It has advanced classrooms, well equipped library and lab facilities.  The focus is on all round development and children are exposed to life skills and cultural programmes on a regular basis.
11 Literacy India Usha Swarup Literacy India (LI) was started in 1996 as a non-profit organization with the objective of educating underprivileged women and children. LI’s motto is to impart basic education to women and children by providing education not in a typical classroom manner, but by providing wider exposure in a socio-cultural environment.  This includes fun activities and workshops on group learning, drama, dance, role plays, etc.
12 Mensa (Dhruv Scholars) Surita Banerjee Project Dhruv is the Underprivileged Gifted Child Identification and Nurturing Program of Mensa India. Currently there are about 200 Dhruva Scholars. These scholars qualify in the top two percentile as per Mensa’s worldwide norms . Regular mentoring, Counselling and Nurturing sessions are held to ensure their well being .