Reading is fundamental. Every child has the right to study and grow there knowledge. But there are many who can't afford to even buy books for their child's education. Low income and high cost of education has made it difficult for parents with low income to provide proper education or provide educate study material.
Taking this into consideration Global Indian International School, Noida has took an initiative toward students who can't afford to buy books for their studies. The school has come up with the idea of disseminating old books of their pass out students from various standard to donate their books to poor or low income Parents, With a special emphasis on low-income and at-risk preschool-aged children.
"All of mans thoughts are based on the knowledge he possesses. Education is the process of acquiring that knowledge. Education doesn't grow simply in the nature. It is not absorbed from the atmosphere. It is a service and it ought to be provided by some if others ought to receive them as a gift"
Global Indian International School (GIIS) - established under the aegis of Global Schools Foundation (2002) is an international network of award-winning institutions, with 20 campuses in 7 countries. Global Schools Foundation has been delivering world-class education and has produced world toppers in International Baccalaureate (IB) and the 5th world ranker in Central Board of Secondary Education (India). GIIS chain offers holistic learning and personality development opportunities for students. GIIS India campuses are currently spread across Noida, Bangalore, Indore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Pune and Surat with plans of expanding in 5 more cities. GIIS has been honoured with 30 international and national awards over a span of 5 years for achieving excellence in school education. Today, GIIS boasts a strong multicultural student body, comprising 52 nationalities.