ASRA school caters to specially-abled students who often consider themselves not compatible with being part of everyday society. The school was established in 26th September 1991, chaired by Mr Nilamani Khuntia, and a few concerned others who worked together for the welfare of society.
Not only does this school provide education to special needs children, it also does it free of cost. It was, prior to the contribution of Round Table India and BRT 53, operating out a rented space, with no proper planning to cater to the growing number of students in the locality. This entire set up directly benefits 180 special students which consists of 6 classrooms and toilets spread over a total 4100sqft built up area.
We at BRT 53 stand firm in our agenda of promoting ‘Freedom Through Education’ and by creating this strong platform for such eager but ignored students, we are hopeful to create a collaborative and supportive environment in ensuring that every person, however differently-abled they may be, feel like contributing members of society and uphold their respect in the community.