Bridging India's Foundational Learning Gap

By the age of 8, a child must be able to read with understanding and do Maths in order to avail the advantages of higher education. The truth is that currently 70% children in India cannot.

To ensure that students have these foundational skills they need the right resources, their teachers need the right tools to support them and their parents need to be aware of importance of FLN.

Our Work

We are committed to NIPUN Bharat, the national mission to achieve universal foundational literacy and numeracy (FLN) for India. To that end we support low-cost private schools pan-India with two programs.


A digital program that is focused on improving FLN learning outcomes in students of grades K-3 through bite-sized lessons, diagnostic and formative assessments and needs-based support to teachers.

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A comprehensive program to help schools engage students with digital FLN and EVS lessons and help parents see its value.

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Jaya George


321 Advisory Board Member

Director- Education, Christel House India

I commend Gaurav and his team at 321 for their passion and commitment to improving the quality of the teaching learning process. I have seen them constantly learning and innovating to ensure that there is synergy between pragmatism and creativity in their curriculum and training programs. They constantly audit their programs and make sure that all stakeholder needs are addressed.

Shaveta Sharma-Kukreja


321 Supporter

Co-Managing Director, CSF

When we began our collaboration in 2013, the mandate seemed onerous but 321 took charge by saying they will show children can learn & are learning. By designing (printing & delivering) curriculum as well as aligned in-class student resources supported by teacher training, they have done just that. They achieve their stretch goals and then begin aiming even higher!