At the verge of a record making moment for India, where illiteracy is still a wide concern for the population mostly in the rural belts of the nation, The Maharashtrian village school from Pune(PCMC English Medium school) situated at the countryside of Bhopel in Pune has managed to enter into the last round of the awards where one would be awarded among the last three. The award has been organised by the UK with their motive of celebrating the schools which has socially contributed to the development of the mass and the society. The school is now under the realms of the Public consultation vote round where the winner will be rewarded with a hefty sum of USD 2.5 million. The grand ocassion of it will be held on the next month of the World Education week.
Located at the countryside in a remote area, with students coming from low income families of whom are on the radar of poverty. The school has made a significant remark as it hails being a Private public partnership model where the local government is assisted by the NGO,Akansha Foundation. The inaugural iniative of the UK award has also proclaimed that the PCMC school has widely benefitted their surroundings by cooperating with shopkeepers,poor people,local practitioners, to constitute programs which furthur helps their family to fulfill their needs. In collaboration of the multi giants of MNC’s Accenture, American Express, Yayasan Hashanah, Templeton World Charity Foundation, Lemon Foundation, D2L, Melby Gard and Universidad Camilo José Cela has thoroughly powered the noble initiative which praises the schools which has extended help to the communities and thus imparted values for the society outliving there.