A non-profit organization reaching out to rural school children to offer them a means of learning science through Mobile Science Lab for experiments.

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Mobile Science Laboratory Mobile Science Laboratory

Vidnyanvahini, through its MSL (Mobile Science Lab), gives rural students a chance to learn science through experiments.

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Teacher training workshops Teacher training workshops

With a view to raise the standards of science teaching in rural schools, Vidnyanvahini conducts a number of teacher training workshops every year.

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Testimonial Testimonials

"Vidnyanvahini brought in their mobile science lab to give students and teachers an experience they will not forget."

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Rural science centre Rural science centre

The Centre located in Anadur in Osmanabad district of Maharashtra offers the opportunity to perform science experiments to students in surrounding rural schools.

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Student camps Student camps

This camp, held annually in Pune, seeks to expose rural students to current developments in science and technology.

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Volunteer Volunteer

"Vidnyanvahini took me into an entirely foreign culture and opened my eyes to the world I had not seen."

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While urban India has made very impressive progress to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century, rural school education in India never quite made it out of the nineteenth. This is especially true with respect to science education due to the lack of adequate laboratories. On the global scene, India's contribution to science and technology is quite noteworthy. But education at the rural school level has suffered from benign neglect. Whereas in metropolitan India we see the wonders of technology such as satellite communication and super computers; in rural India we see poverty, a lack of basic infrastructure, and an abundance of superstitions. Vidnyanvahini's vision is to try to reduce this gap as much as possible, at least at the educational level.


  • To provide rural school children with an opportunity to handle scientific apparatus and learn the basics of science through experiments.
  • To create awareness of the relevance of science in the lives of rural school children by discussing concepts such as cleanliness, hygiene, safe drinking water, and the environment.
  • To explain the science behind some seemingly curious results, and thus help remove age-old superstitions.
  • To educate adolescent children on human reproduction.
  • To bridge the gap between urban and rural education.
  • To spread the message in rural communities that science can help solve the problems in their everyday lives as much as it does for the urbanites.
  • To hold workshops and training camps for science teachers in order to establish a dialogue with them through continuing education.