Social Empowerment Work in Action

SEWA (Social Empowerment Work in Action) programme is one of the 5 core areas of the CBSE syllabus that was designed to raise awareness on addressing real-world problems and serving the world community. For the past years, Students of grades I–XII following the CBSE curriculum have been required to do a fixed hours of social service as part of the curriculum that helps the students to develop as responsible citizens of our society.

SEWA encourages students to work towards the cause of enlightening the less privileged and differently abled who are generally seen as unfit to the general norms of the society. This underlines the significance of interdependence of human beings and acknowledges the responsibility students have towards them.