1. Agrasar School (Autumn and Spring Editions) are 3-day fully residential program to embed a sense of social awareness, community engagement and entrepreneurship in travelers and youth. These program will include formal visits to social organizations and informal visits to places of tourist attraction in Dharamshala, Palampur, Bir-Billing and McLeodGanj.

Within a short span of 3 days, the delegates will get an opportunity to experience scenic beauty of Himachal Pradesh, visit sustainable organizations, interact with inspirational change-makers, and network with a brilliant peer group. For adventure freaks, a truly eye opening experience awaits in form of paragliding. For others, community visits will prove to be simply overwhelming.

2. Asia Study Tour offers the unique opportunity to combine learning, creative enrichment and action-packed adventure. It aims to move from teacher-driven learning to student-driven learning; from a teaching process to an advisory process, from memorizing to brainstorming, from passing the tests to lifelong learning, from knowledge transfer to knowledge creation, from competitive learning to collaborative learning.

We are proud to provide high quality academic programs designed to cater specifically for the needs of students. We present a comprehensive interdisciplinary course of study of Asian Countries (especially South Eastern), which investigates the countries’ cultural production against the background of the enormous socio-economic and political change in the last phase of the twentieth century.

3. Gaon Chaley Hum is our flagship rural immersion program which enables the participants to undertake a life changing journey for connecting them to the rural hinterland of India. It is a one of its kind endeavor to bring together motivated and inspired young adults from around the country to deliberate and work towards rural development. Through this initiative we wish to provide a positive stimulus to individuals who want to make a difference. We aim to connect various student groups, NGO’s, social organizations and youth communities to work together for a better future.

The programme will provide young people an opportunity to connect with the villages of India and thereby leading to the development of rural India. Today, our villages are facing several problems like illiteracy, unemployment, moral degradation, poor infrastructure and lack of access to information. In the present scenario, young people have to play a prominent role in the implementation of the developmental programs. We need to create awareness among the youth about their role in the society, thereby enhancing their capabilities in leading the country towards development.