Welcome to 'Samaaveshi Pathshaala'

One day, all schools will become 'inclusive'.

We are a registered nonprofit working on inclusive education in Karjat tribal block of Maharashtra, founded in 2018 by two graduates of Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai. Our vision is to build an inclusive society: a society for all where no one is left behind and everyone gets equal opportunity to excel in life. And the journey to build an inclusive society starts from an 'inclusive classroom'.
Samaaveshi is the winner of iPRENEUR 2019.
Samaaveshi founders are WIPRO Fellows 2021.

Key programmes / Impact

Inclusive School
30 students (10 CWDs)

Community Library
32 workshops

'Anganwadi' Transformation
60 Anganwadis

'Inclusive' COVID Action
250+ families (26 PWDs)

Why 'inclusive education'?

PROBLEM: Low enrolment and high dropout among children with disabilities (CWDs).

In India, 34% of all CWDs are out of school. – UNICEF, 2015

Of all CWDs enrolled in school, only 8.5% make it to secondary level, and a dismal 2.3% pursue higher secondary education. – MHRD India, 2016

SOLUTION: To bring systemic transformation in schools where all children irrespective of their social background or disability study together in the same classroom.

Strategic plan (2021–30)

Key programmes and future plans


Our flagship programme is an 'inclusive school' in Kashele village where 30 students (15 each in KG & Grade 1), including 10 children with disability, study together using a multi-sensory approach. Our plan is to add one grade every academic year - Grade X by 2030.


In June 2019, we set-up an 'inclusive, community library' aimed at improving literacy, STEM and life skills among all primary-level children with and without disability in Kashele and adjoining tribal hamlets. By 2025, we aim to set-up five community libraries across Karjat block.


The idea is to transform Anganwadis into 'inclusive' early education centres, by training Anganwadi teachers in inclusive education and digital literacy skills. Currently, we're working with 60 Anganwadis. Our goal is to cover all 300 Anganwadis in Karjat, by 2025.


In 2020, we provided food and hygiene kits to 100+ tribal families. In 2021, we donated food supplies for 1-2 months to 250+ tribal families; and gave (1-1) Oximeter & Thermometer each to 60 Anganwadis for better community preparedness in remote villages of Karjat.

Our partners

As an early-stage nonprofit, we're continuously looking for collaboration and knowledge exchange.


Samaaveshi Pathshaala Foundation
KASHELE village, near Rural Hospital,
Karjat taluka, Maharashtra - 410 201,

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