Along with offering free education, PPES also provides study material, uniform, stationery, health facilities, transportation and 3 meals a day free of cost. A daily scholarship of INR 10 is transferred to each girl’s account for each days attendance from class 6th onwards for her higher education. From class 9, INR 10 is raised to INR 15. Coming from economically weak households, the accumulative value of this money acts as a driving force for parents to send their daughters to school.
The primary school follows the Satya Bharti school system, which focuses on activity-based learning aimed at improving the overall scholastic experience. The senior school’s curriculum involves core academics as well as personality development.
Personality is what makes a person unique. One of the most important factors that mould the personality of an individual is the environment to which they are exposed. PPES believes that grades and marks are not enough for girls to create their own space in the world. So, PPES enables girls to learn and practice life skills through classes and extracurricular activities. Personality development classes include Human Rights, Women empowerment, Art, Theatre, Public Speaking, etc.