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Serving the needy

Makhija Foundation was founded by Shri. Manu Mahkija, a Hong Kong based NRI. Shrishti Martic. Hr. Sec. School was started in the year 1997, Shrishti Vidyashram Sr. Sec. (CBSE) School was started in the year 2002.

Around 2000 students are now studying and the performance of the students continues to be exemplary. Scholarship for about 150 economically weaker students are being given.

Shri Manu Makhija had a desire to provide education for more number of poor children. After the demise of Manu Makhija in 2005, his family members are launching a new school named Shri Manu Makhija Memorial Shrishti Padasala, to fulfill his desire. Free education with books, uniform and noon meals for about 450 children of standard I to V is to be offered in the next few years.

To begin with classes UKG, I & II stds are being started this academic year.

Benevolence of the departed soul continues.

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