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Construction of School Building in Manipur

Name and Address of NGO: Purva Seema Vikas Pratishthan
Email address
Contact person – Sarang Khadilkar 0091 7506362337
Registration Details:Trust Registration Reg-E/ 10927/ Mumbai under Bombay Trust Act, 1950 dated October 21, 1986.


A great teacher, patriot and visionary Shri Shankar Dinkar alias Bhayyaji Kane laid the foundation principles of PSVP (Purva Seema Vikas Pratishtan) in 1971. He brought tribal children from remote hilly areas of Manipur (North-East India) to Maharashtra for better education. This work continued for more than two decades. More than 300 children were educated and excelled in their careers. Late Bhayyaji’s colleagues & students took the inspiration from his work and established PSVP as a trust in 1986.

India’s North-East region is also known as Purvanchal. This region primarily includes Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura. This region is blessed with natural beauty. Mother nature bestowed her treasure of greenery, mountains, crystal clear springs in abundance. However, this region is cutoff from heartland of India due to several reasons like inaccessibility, lack of industrial development, difference in peoples’ facial features, un-availability of basic human needs for electricity, quality education facilities etc.

PSVP envisages and works towards changing the scenario of anti-social activities, lack of good educational facilities, and connecting the secluded area of North East to mainland India.

PSVP is a Trust working for “National Integration through Education”. PSVP built and now operates three schools in remote hilly areas of Manipur state.


                                                    National Integration through Education

  • Empower NE region residents with better education and bring them to main stream of India & Out of neglect
  • Ensure Sustainable Education System for coming years
  • Provide expert teaching faculty from all over India
  • Appraise on healthcare with Annual health camps
  • Help on better Career options to utilize their capabilities with Annual career camps & Educational seminars

  1. To renovate the existing school building and construct well equipped permanent school infrastructure to impart quality education to the socio-economically vulnerable children of remote regions of North East, India.
  2. To empower students by providing needful resources for their holistic development.
  3. To educate students with life skills, righteous ethics and morals.
  4. To advocate for facilities under Students’ Right- to-Education.
  5. To connect to Knowledge Partners to impart technological and scientific know-how for better opportunities and exposure to students.
  6. To become a catalyst of change by connecting to the community at grass-root to understand their areas of concern and contribute to solutions in all possible capacity.
  7. To create a consciousness among residents about environment and other natural resources.
  8. To provide services of medical camps, integration workshops, career counseling, historical & cultural tours and likewise to uplift the grass-root facilities available to the tribal and non-tribal community in the interiors of the North East States.
  9. To introduce exchange programs for culture, literature, tourism and likewise.
  10. To avail a platform for inter-state exchange of culture, literature and knowledge.

Education is the primary thematic intervention of PSVP. PSVP also felt the urge to serve beyond the walls of schools. It is necessary to connect with the community and one way is by providing some fundamental facilities to them. PSVP has also been executing below activities:

  1. Educational Workshops and Career Counseling
  2. Coordinating for Hostel Facilities
  3. Train the Trainers
  4. Integration Program
  5. Alumni Meet
  6. Annual Medical Camps
Profile of Present Schools-


Dist. Tamenglong, Manipur.

Started in 2009, the school is operational at a district place. The surrounding tribe is Rongmai Naga.

More than 100 students from pre-primary to Std. 7th and 11 teaching staff and a coordinator is the strength of the school. A residential care taker is appointed to look after the maintenance of the premises. The school building is temporarily constructed with nine classrooms, teachers’ room and play area.  Developed infrastructure is proposed to enhance the educational deliverables.

The school is in Tamenglong ward no. 4, Hougailong, Part 4, Dist. Tamenglong Manipur which is 3 kms from the district head quarters.  


Kharasom, Dist.  Ukhrul, Manipur.

The school is located in close proximity to Myanmar border and was the first school to start in 2002. The area owned by school is approximately 6000 sq. feet and the prominent tribe is Tangkhul Naga.

The strength of school is 155 students from pre-primary to Std. 7th and teaching staff of 12. Apart from school building and play areas, the infrastructure has a hostel facility. The school has been dealing with some short falls of resources due to interior geographic location. Better facilities are right away needed to improve the schooling competence and resources like hostel facility for approximately 20-25 students, kitchen, guest house and better sanitation. The extension of existing school building is also proposed.

The school is 85 kms from the district head quarters.  The Myanmar border is 35 kms from the school. Households are 348 with the population of 1604. 819 males and 785 females is the bifurcation. Tangkhul  is the prominent inhabitants around the school.


Ngaloi-Moul, Dist. Churachandpur, Manipur.

Operational from 2015, the school is located on the hills of Ngloi-Moul in Churachandpur district of Manipur. The spread of school land is more 1.5 acres. The school is located in the environs of Kuki Tribe.

With 75 students from pre-primary to Std.3rd and 5 teaching staff, the school is growing every academic year. The school structure is a temporary construction with sufficient space to conduct classes, curricular activities and sports.

The school is located 10 kms from the district head quarters. Male population is 35 and female is 41 mounting to total of 76. The natives are Kuki tribes and 12 families reside in the village.

Sarang Khadilkar

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