Trust Reg. No.: E/16, Valsad
At. & Po. Untdi, Via Dungri (R.S.) - 396 385
Ta. & Dist. Valsad, Gujarat, India.
Ph.: +91 2632 286 500
E-Mail.: info@shantabenvidhyabhavan.org

Welcome to Shantaben Vidhyabhavan


The Untdi Vibhag Kelavni Mandal Trust started the middle school in 1919 with 32 students. The school produced many great students, who have launched successful careers. The school has continued to remain the hub of education for not only Untdi, but many of the surrounding villages including Malvan, Dharasana, Umarsadi, Jespore, Joravasana, Dungri, Dati and others.

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Shantaben Vidhyabhavan provides the general population of the greater Untdi region access to a quality Kindergarten to high school education and tools to improve general knowledge, develop life enhancement skills, increase the understanding of critical health issues and ultimately improve the economic and social viability and sustainability for the region.

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  • Cricket Tournament for Youth

    Youth outreach started with initial meeting. To interact and attract the rural youth, Cricket is the best media. 

  • Orientation meeting with ICDS worker & Asha worker

    At village level ICDS (Integrated Child Development Scheme) works at grass root level for age 0 – 6 year children, pregnant women & adolescent girls. They are the best media to reach this crowd and to get the data. Asha worker are part of government health department who worked at grass root level for village health issues. 

  • Community Outreach Program

    At Shantaben Vidhyabhavan, we organized and offered various outreach programs to reach out to different stakeholders.  Our community Outreach plan is designed in such a way where we can get involved in all ready mechanisms of services provided by government body, private resources and other agencies to support our activities at Shantaben Vidhyabhavan.

  • Youth Program

    Youth involvement can benefit organizations and their programs as well as the youth themselves. Programs that are developed in partnership with youth are more likely to be effective at engaging the population and, therefore, to have a greater impact. Involving youth as partners in making decisions that affect them increases the likelihood that the decisions will be accepted, adopted, and become part of their everyday lives. In addition, empowering youth to identify and respond to community needs helps them become empathetic, reflective individuals. 

  • Shakhi Mandal (Self Help Group)

    Shantaben Vidhyabhavan with collaboration of the Government of Gujaret hosted a women’s orientation workshop on January 20, 2014. 

    Shantaben Vidhyabhavan will act as facilitator and self-help group for Government of Gujaret for this program. The program is designed to promote social mobilization, help entrepreneurship development, nurturing credit linkage and other activities for women. 

  • Computer Technology Program

    The Gujarat government approved a course on computers for the students in the school. As technology is a growing industry and a major communication tool, it is to the benefit of the students to become more comfortable with the use of computers. 

  • Health Camp

    A free health camp was hosted on Sunday October 20, 2013 at Shantaben Vidhyabhava. This health camp’s efforts were focused on women and children suffering from skin related complications. Goals of this health camp included, providing free medical service and consultation to villagers in order to increase awareness of basic health and hygiene, and prescribing the appropriate medications, vitamins, antibiotics, treatments, etc. necessary to treat and prevent disease. The health camp was organized in collaboration with Gram Seva Trust Hospital. Both organizations were once again thrilled with the turnout the health camp received. 

  • General Health Camp

    Shantaben Vidhyabhavan, in association with Shri Satya Sai Seva Samiti, Valsad and Anavil Samaj, Mumbai organized a health camp on January 27, 2013.  The objective of this camp was to perform health checkups to all families in the villages. Fourteen doctors with specialization in cardiology, pediatrics, eye, nose and throat, skin and general surgery came from various surrounding cities and participated in this camp.

  • Children's Physical Checkup

    Shantaben Vidhyabhavan, in collaboration with The Gram Seva Trust-Kharel, conducted a health camp for children.  Dr. Hiral Dave and Dr. Sharmishta Patil, Deputy Director of The Children’s Project of Gram Seva, performed full physical checkups on the children. The children were provided with appropriate medication free of charge.  The parents were provided appropriate guidance and records to take home.  

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