“What is education? Is it book learning? No. Is it diverse knowledge? Not even that. The training by which the current and expression of will are brought under control and become fruitful is called education.” – Swami Vivekananda.

Education is the single most important instrument for social and economic transformation. A well educated population, adequately equipped with knowledge and skill is not only essential to support economic growth, but is also a precondition for growth to be inclusive since it is the educated and skilled person who can stand to benefit most from the employment opportunities which growth will provide.” The Ministry of Human Resource Development has focused on an inclusive agenda, with a vision of realizing India’s human resource potential to its fullest, with equity and excellence.

Henria Unique Education Centre (HUEC) works in education builds on the foundations laid in ensuring adequate nutrition and health status throughout the critical period of the child’s growth and development that take place during the first 1,000 – 36000 days of life. Experience has shown that every child who may have achieved appropriate nutrition and health standards, if not sent to school, may end up in child labour, trafficking, early marriage, or exploited and abused otherwise, thus perpetuating the vicious cycle of poverty, ill health, malnutrition and illiteracy that trap deprived communities.

Henria Unique Education Centre (HUEC) supports the Right to Education  Act, 2009, with the aim of achieving universal enrollment, increasing school retention and improving the quality of education. In particular, we are concerned with deprived children, those who are denied access to education as a result of traditional or social barriers, such as caste, poverty, gender or ability. Evidence shows that children, who are in school, not only are empowered with education, but also tend to be more protected from abuse and exploitation. To strengthen our efforts in the education sector, we have established an Education Resource Centre with the mandate of distilling innovation, guiding policy development and contributing to the unprecedented education reform underway in the country.

To prevent dropping out, we offer supplementary education support through learning centers for children, being run on school premises or in the community. Services are in operation prior or after school hours to help students who may be first generation learners, or deprived of a conducive home environment for continuing study. We work to overcome forms of social exclusion based on caste and gender discrimination that continue to play a part in keeping children, particularly girls, out of school. HUEC has taken few steps –

  1. HUEC has always purchased approx 250 dismal land for a school in a Treble area of ​​West Midnapore to emphasize that school education.
  2. We are preparing to take all the responsibility of higher education of the talented and meritorious students by his own capacity.
  3. We have arranged career counseling for secondary and higher secondary students completely free of cost.

We always focus on the application of Education such as Socialization, children’s Cognitive Development, and Creative Development. That’s means reflection of it on their own Society.