Women wing of Servants of the People Society

34 Years of dedicated service to slum children, impoverished women & the lonely aged.

AIM: Care and Education of children from slum areas, Enabling them to enter main stream education

Enabling them to enter mainstream education:

  • Learning focuses on very basic nonformal preprimary education like manners, cleanliness, sitting still, obey
  • Making our children get admission in regular schools, both Govt. & Private
  • Providing nutritious midday meals, regular health/medical checkups, and scheduled immunization.
  • Providing uniforms, sweaters, socks, and shoes.
  • 18 Balwadis in Delhi
  • More the 1000 students, 3 to 5 years old, pre school
  • Helping for the verbal understanding of basic English

The Balwadi project across the board is not just a task of keeping an average of 50 children per school for a few hours, getting used to the school environment, learning discipline, and interact with others. They get snacks before they leave. The aim of the programme is the care & education of children slum areas to enable those who are 5 plus to be admitted into main schools and thereby mainstream education.

Modus operandi focus is on PLAYAWAY method of education, for these budding stars. Little homework is given daily, to keep them engaged at home also.

Teachers facilitate group learning, with individual and chorus repetition of various basic fundamental words.

We have teachers and helpers in all 18 schools and they are paid a salary every month. The Doctors are also paid for their consultation visits and simple medicines are also kept in the Balwadis.

Following are locations of our Balwadis across NCR
  • SHISHU MANDIR, Anna Nagar Creche, ITO Tilak Bridge, Near WHO building, New Delhi-110002
  • BALWADI ALI GAON, A-175, Ali Vihar, Ali Gaon (Badarpur), New Delhi-110044
  • BEGUMPUR CRECHE Basti Vikas Kendra, J J Camp Begumpur, Near Malviya Nagar, New Delhi-110017
  • SHISHU SADAN BALWADI Chiragh Delhi Creche, Arya Samaj Mandir, Chiragh Delhi, Near Shiv Mandir, New Delhi-110017
  • BAL UDYAN NURSERY SCHOOL 10/119 Dakshinpuri, New Delhi-110062
  • SHISHU MANDIR BALWADI Durga Vihar, Devli Village, New Delhi-110062
  • SHISHU MANDIR BALWADI H.No. 723/1, L-1, Gali No.-13, Sangam Vihar, New Delhi-110062
  • GODHULI SHISHU MANDIR CRECHE RZ-24, Nanda Block, Dwarka, Sec 2, New Delhi-110045
  • SHISHU MANDIR HARIJAN CAMP C.N -482, Lodi Colony, New Delhi-110003
  • SHISHU MANDIR BALWADI Kalyanpuri Creche, Block No. 12/17, Kalyanpuri, New Delhi-110091
  • BASTI VIKAS KENDRA Trilok Puri Creche, 35-Extra, Block-35, New Delhi-110091
  • SHISHU MANDIR CRECHE G-262, Gali No. 12, Noorani Masjid, Sangam Vihar, New Delhi-110062
  • SHISHU MANDIR BALWADI Madanpur Khadar, 918-919 B, J J Colony, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi-110067
  • SHISHU MANDIR CRECHE Hamdard Sangam Vihar, G-12, H.No. 335, Sangam Vihar, New Delhi-110062
  • SHISHU MANDIR CRECHE Plot No. 115, Main Bazar, Sultanpuri, Mehraulli, New Delhi-110030
  • SRI NIWAS PURI BALWADI Basti Vikas Project, Srinivaspuri, Near Cambridge School, New Delhi-110065
  • TARA BALWADI ASTAL MANDIR, Tara Sangam Vihar Creche, L-1st, Budh Bazar, Sangam Vihar, New Dellhi-110062


There are 50 of us, all 3-4 years old; we start our day with an assembly, where we all pray together.  Our teachers play with us and we learn many things. I can recognize all colours in English; I can draw many pictures, make different toys with clay. I know now how to keep myself neat and clean. Two aunties make very tasty food for us, everyday, which we enjoy a lot. I bring all my books, note books, pencils every day to school, in my bag, all of which my teacher gave us. My teacher also gave me school uniform, which I wear daily to school.

On 14th November we all went to Lajpat Nagar and celebrated children’s day. I also participated with the group and sang a song. We celebrate Holi, Diwali and other festivals also.

We went to picnic, last Sunday, where we played and enjoyed a lot throughout the day. My parents will be given my report card, which will help me in my further education in a big school.

We will be here for only 2 years, but I don’t want to leave, I love my school, my teachers, Ayas all of them.


Sisters Of The People is a wing of Servants Of The People Society -Delhi Branch an NGO started by Lala Lajpat Rai in 1921.

Since we do not get funded by the government or receive any other grants

we are dependent on individuals like you and groups to support our cause.

The funds collected provide for the rent, electricity, water other expenses like food, dresses, medical for our Balwadis.

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