1. Human Development : At Bodhitree, the central focus is laid on empowering people by providing human centric supplementary education. In absence of good quality human resource, seldom a country succeeds in achieving higher ladders of economic development. It addresses education needs of children, though on a very modest scale, going to government schools and sub-standard private schools. We conduct evening classes for these students.
2. Human Resource Development : We believe that process of economic prosperity begins with the threshold of a good employment. Given the huge size, diverse cultures, multi-lingual nature of Indian society leaden with various layers of inequalities, it is just unthinkable to imagine economic strength and social harmony if people don't have lucrative employment opportunities. However, in the light of deeply globalized economic world, unskilled educated youth find it very difficult to get into jobs. We enable students to connect to various skill-development institutions.
3. Social Harmony and Peaceful Co-existence : With percolation of rapid flow of information, many kinds of contradictions and confrontations have surfaced in human society across the globe. India being destinations of varied diversities has not remained unaffected from unpleasant incidents. The lack of quality education, rising income inequalities, social inequalities and ineffectiveness of policy framework have collectively created tense and intolerant socio-cultural atmosphere in the country, in general, and in rural areas, in particular. We endeavour to promote peace and harmony in the countryside by way of formal and traditional means.
4. Strengthening Rural Economy : The rising commercialization and commodification of land resources over few decades have pushed people in villages to fringes of economy. The dominance big corporations both indigenous and foreign countries, further bolstered by financial liberalisation, has rendered majority of people in the country to virtually redundant through innovations in input market and product market. There is dire need of building up a bargaining power in landless workers and consumers in the countryside. We promote the role of village co-operatives of both producers and workers so that people can be unshackled from jaws of poverty, unemployment and inequality.