Inclusive education is a life-saver for a society struggling with economic disparity to one of the highest levels as in India. According to media reports, 73% of the entire wealth of the country is held by only 1% of the earners. If we exclude the middle-class earners, rest of 40% population, below the poverty line has little access to the basic facilities that are essential for the survival and development of a healthy body and mind. Though, this unequal growth is not only specific to a developing country like India, this does not give an excuse to our citizen to grow insensitive towards this disparity.

We, at SpieQ, are fully aware of the causes and the consequences of the disparity and are committed to the social upliftment, specifically in the domain of k-12 education. We chose education segment, though not being a quick remedy to resolve the growing economic disparity in India, it is the effective and lasting method to resolve the issues in the long-run. We have a core team dedicated to promoting “Inclusive Education” that works under the visionary leadership of Mr. Manmeet Nayyar, also been awarded Most Influential CEO in Education Sector, 2018 by CV Magazine, Corporate Excellence Awards. His commitment to the cause is very evident with the fact that we are dedicating 50% of our profit goes to the development of underprivileged children.

Key Initiatives of SpieQ for Promoting Inclusive Education

SpieQ truly believes in Do-it-Yourselves, so whether it is a range of STEAM based Kits or social initiatives like Inclusive Education. We believe that if every member of the society starts sharing even the last bit of their resources, we can truly overcome this problem of disparity to a larger level. So when it comes to implementing on its own philosophy, under the headship of Mr. Nayyar, we decided to share half of our business benefits with children. Besides, there are other initiatives; the list goes as this:

Creating a Common Platform for all the Stakeholders of Children’s Education

The platform is driven by active philanthropist Mr. Nayyar through RACE BHARAT, a global conclave uniting Corporate, NGOs, Educationalists and Researchers. At this platform, the members of the global education community can connect with the children and vice versa to help children of any community learn and share their knowledge.

Making Children Aware About the Human Diversity

We believe that in the era of globalization children must be aware about the human diversity with respect to culture, race, language, gender or any other form of differences. We help children learn about their counterparts from different demographics, and bring them together at one platform to share their beliefs and knowledge. This we do to promote social awareness about the ethnicity, so that children getting intimidated by the differences rather learn to enjoy them.

Value-sharing between kids from Developed and Developing Countries

The real purpose of education is beyond memorizing facts and figures, and so it is essential for the children to shun their myopic view about any community and seek out the benefits of each other. We believe that children from Developed Countries can learn a lot about values from their Indian counterparts and our Indian kids can learn the new developments in STEAM from the children of Developed countries.

Sharing 50% of our Profit along with Providing Subsidy on Our Products

The founder of SpieQ, Mr. Manmeet Nayyar has always emphasized on creating a company culture where the objective of the company is not profit-making but enhancing the creative abilities of children and instilling 21st century values. Our STEAM based DIY Kits, Immersive Stories, Workshops, and Online Portals are dedicated towards promoting non-traditional learning methods. Promoting the learning methods is never hampered by the financial pursuits and in doing so; we never hesitate to even slice our profits up to 50%. Besides, we also offer our products at subsidized rates to the government organizations in PPP (Public Private Partnership).

Seeking Support for Creating Inclusive Learning Environment

For a long-term constructive education, parents must come forward to help children see the world more tactfully and improve their confidence in dealing with adversity, which can be learned easily from the children of lower income or racially/ethnically minority groups. Similarly, they can help children from the underprivileged groups to improve communication and interpersonal skills and become a part of a flourishing society.