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In January 2013, a vocational center for girls was opened. Bitiya had partnered with Bharat Vikas Parishad in Punchkula, Haryana to create this vocational school for underprivileged girls and women. The center provided training in computer courses, stitching, cosmetology, and English speaking courses. In addition, the training offer skills in becoming entrepreneurs.

Bitiya funded the construction of the entire project, which enabled the program to have a dedicated floor with facilities to run these programs. The program is self sustained and funded now. Since its inception several women have graduated and found jobs successfully.

 Skarma Lotus Zangmo
Grade 11
 Lamdon School, Leh
Grade 12
 Ishey Lhamo
  Grade 10
 Siddharta School, Stok

LADAKH (2016-2018)

This past endeavor aimed to support three young girls in Ladakh by providing them funding for their education and boarding. There was a desire on the part of both girls and their families for education. Without external funding, some of the girls would not have had a chance of receiving a formal education after primary level. By providing these three girls the support and opportunity to grow, Bitiya hoped that this will act as a catalyst for change in the communities of Ladakh.

We would like to especially thank Anita Bajpay. On her trip to Ladakh in June 2017 she was able to visit and select these three girls from  the schools in Leh and surrounding villages.














In 2015, Bitiya partnered with Foundation for Excellence to provide 2 girls a scholarship in the field of engineering and medicine. It is a merit based program for financially disadvantaged girls. 


Project Pragati began in 2010 in an effort to support higher education of underprivileged girls who graduated high school from Pardada Pardadi Educational Society. Bitiya supported ten girls who showed interest in furthering their education. Their degrees were in hospitality, nursing and computer engineering. With the help of our supporters, Bitiya successfully paid for each girl's tuition and school supplies. Bitiya supported these talented girls through the completion of their degree.  


Bitiya was proud to support the efforts of Ms. Mira Nair and her team for their Salaam Balak Trust. This project envisioned saving children from begging on the street. Bitiya contributed $18,000 to help the cause.

PROJECT PRAYAS (2008-2010)

Bitiya supported by donating $6,000 to a diverse group of girls under Project Prayas whose families were unable to afford their education due to inadequate funds or social stigma. These students were in primary, secondary, and college levels from various parts of India who have been accepted into Prayas on the basis of their economic and academic merit. 

ICREATE (2010)

Bitiya partnered with ICreate; dedicated to provide entrepreneurship training to the disadvantaged communities in India.


Bitiya donated $10,000 to Mijwan Welfare Society located in an extremely poor and underdeveloped part of the state. Mijwan was the home of the famous Urdu poet late Kaitfi Azmi from Azamgarh, UP in India, father of reowned actress Shabana Azmi.

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