Volunteer for eVidyaloka

Brief Introduction about the eVidyaloka:

eVidyaloka, a not-for profit social enterprise with a zeal to enable quality education to children in rural government schools to address acute teacher shortage. In our 9+ years of existence, from one school in Tamil Nadu we have graduated to 230+ schools spread across 10 states with 18,000 children taught by 1600+ volunteers spread across 180+ cities across the globe, throughout the year.


Opportunities at eVidyaloka

  1. Virtual teaching:

eVidyaloka teaching model connects volunteer-teacher to students in a remote village, through online mode and conducts a live, interactive class. Powered by advanced technology and an elaborate syllabus, Volunteer-teachers virtually engage with the children and carry out teaching/demonstrating the planned topics. Volunteer teaches Science/Mathematics/English foundation subjects to class 5th to class 8th students

Volunteer Prerequisites:

 1) Should have passion and commitment to extend quality education to children in remote villages of India.

2) Should be fluent, able to read and write in any one of the local languages (Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Marathi, Hindi).

3) Should have access to a Desktop/Laptop/Mobile with high speed Internet.

4) Presence of 2 hours per week for 1hr on each day is recommended.

5) Teaching will happen in Govt. school hours i. e. Monday – Friday 10 am – 4pm

  1. Record Video Capsule

On March 15, 2020, all schools across India were closed due to the COVID19 pandemic and the consequent lockdown. Students from urban schools were able to shift to online classes, but rural children were unable to do so. Keeping this in mind, we are working towards adapting our model to ensure that Rural India continues to Learn. eVidyaloka is trying to bring solution by enabling Teaching through Television, so that students can continue to Learn from Home during this time.

Pre-Requisites for Volunteering to Create Video Capsules

  • Volunteers are expected to read, write and communicate in any 1 of the following regional languages; Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Kannada and Tamil
  • Volunteers are expected to record 25-30 min video capsules using laptop/computer
  • Inclination towards Mathematics and/or Science
  • Volunteers are expected to commit a minimum delivery of 2 chapters in 2-3 weeks
  • Usage of Fixed teaching tools during recording
  • Creating Question Bank & Work Sheet relevant to chapter

Daan Utsav 2016

Activities Format: Name | Date | Place | Link


  • Audio book recording | Oct 2 to 8 | Your own home or office | Details here
  • Blood Donation pledge | Oct 5 | Your own home or office | Details here


  • Swatch bharath | Oct 2 | Majestic bus terminus | Details here
  • Seva sandwich | Oct 8 | Multiple locations | Details here
  • Reading activity | Oct 8 | Multiple locations | Details here


  • Cleanliness drive | Oct 2 | Gov.Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32 Chandigarh, | Details here
  • Reading Activity | Oct 4 | Punjab Engineering College, Sector 12, Chandigarh | Details here
  • Tree plantation | Oct 7 | Senior secondary school, Phase 3B1, Mohali | Details here
  • Sewa sandwich | Oct 8 | Gurudwara sahib (tentative) | Details here


  • Clean up after dark | Oct 1 | Multiple locations | Details here
  • Beach clean up | Oct 2 | Labour statue to Akkarai | Details here
  • Traffic awareness campaign |  Oct 2 | Multiple locations | Details here
  • Audio book recording | Oct 2 to 8 | Home or office | Details here 
  • MURAil (Railway station beautification) | Oct 2 to 8 | Multiple locations | Details here
  • Volunteer for  NGOs | Oct 2 to 8 | Multiple locations | Details here
  • Scribe | Oct 3 | Presidency College, Beach Road | Details here
  • Magic collar | Oct 5 | Soon to be fixed | Details here 
  • Tree plantation | Oct 6 & 8 | Multiple locations | Details here
  • Puppy bath & shelter cleaning | Oct 8 | Blue cross of India, Velachery | Details here


  • Cleanliness drive | Oct 2 | Rajendra Ashram | Details here
  • Tree plantation | Oct 6 | Sector 6 Park, Near Sector 15 Metro, Station Noida | Details here
  • Blood donation camp | Oct 7 | Tower B1, Spaze IT Park, Sector 49, Sohna road, Gurgaon | Details here
  • Paper bag | Oct 8 | Rajendra Asharam, Pandav Nagar, Near Akshardham, Metro Station Delhi | Details here


  • Swacch Bharat | Oct 2 | Nehru park, near regal square | Details here
  • Animal feeding & Magic Collar | Oct 4 | Nehru park | Details here
  • Traffic Awareness | Oct 6 | Report at MTH compound | Details here
  • A day at old age home | Oct 7 | EVENT CANCELLED | Details here
  • Seva Sandwich | Oct 8 | Soon to be updated | Details here


  • Swach Bharat | Oct 2 | Jln Marg | Details here 
  • Tree plantation | Oct 2 | Shipra path and Madhyam Marg in Mansarovar | Details here
  • Reading story | Oct 8 |  Multiple locations | Details here
  • Seva sandwich | Oct 8 | Multiple locations | Details here




  • Food & clothes donation | Oct 2 | Multiple locations | Details here
  • Pedestrian day | Oct 2 | Multiple locations | Details here
  • Cleanliness drive | Oct 2 | Swargate bus stand | Details here
  • Traffic control | Oct 2 | Dagdusheth Temple | Details here 
  • No smoking & spitting campaign | Oct 2 | Deccan, FclC road, JM road, Apte road | Details here
  • Mehendi /Tattoo stall & Social awareness | Oct 2 | MG road | Details here
  • Seva sandwich | Oct 8 | S.P college Tilak road | Details here
  • Food donation drive | Oct 8 | Multiple locations | Details here
  • Story telling session | Oct 8 | Multiple locations | Details here

Project Goodbook – Survey for Volunteers & Donors

We are students of Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology. We are currently developing a platform to help prospective volunteers and donors to explore the myriad of NGOs available in the Indian scene. On that end, we would be grateful, if you could forward the following surveys to people who have either volunteered or donated in the past for their feedback and their experience in exploring various NGOs.

Click here for survey form for Volunteers

Click here for survey form for Donors

Details of the platform: The platform, currently codenamed ‘Project Goodbook’ will be a social network of sorts for various volunteers and donors to easily explore the various NGOs currently working in the fields of their choices. The platform will allow donors to easily donate and track the receipts of their donations. The volunteers can volunteer for various organized events by the NGOs and the platform will also allow NGOs to find sponsors for their events as commercial organizations can make accounts to sponsor various events. We are currently looking for features to include in our platform so as to make it fruitful for the users of the platform.

Logo Design – Digital | Bhumi | Chennai

Bhumi is one of India’s largest independent youth volunteer non-profit organisations. Bhumi as a platform will enable over 5,000 volunteers in more than 12 cities across India for causes like education, environment, animals, community welfare etc. in 2015.

Bhumi has two core areas of work (programmes)- Education and Civic Projects

> Ignite: Transformational Education
Ignite is Bhumi’s supplementary education programme for under-privileged children. The programme is delivered during the weekends by trained volunteers of Bhumi. Over 10,000 children are benefiting from the programme in 2015 across 12 Indian cities. The programme consists of English, Mathematics, Science, computers, mentoring, arts, sports and life skills support.

> Catalyse: Transforming Citizenry
Catalyse consists of Bhumi’s civic initiatives that engage volunteers in causes like animal welfare, community welfare, disability, environment, health etc. The programmes consisting of one-off and regular volunteering activities engage over 5,000 volunteers each year in over 15 cities across India.

Participate in the logo design contest for Bhumi’s programmes: Ignite & Catalyse
Top Three Things to Communicate through our Logo
• Education
• Transformation / Children
• Volunteers
• Civic initiatives
• Transformation
• Volunteers
Our Target group
• Youth, millennials
• Indians
Styles that we are interested in
• Symbol / Icon  (Ref:Types of Logos)
Values to Communicate
• Youthful
• Modern
• Simple
Colour preferences
• Colours that complement colours of the Indian flag/Bhumi Logo (Orange/safforn, green)
Ideas & Additional information
• EPS vector desirable
• Prizes for the best ideas/designs – Three
• Recognition on our website, social media platform and newsletter.
• Bhumi & Volunteers.org merchandise
• Flipkart/Amazon Gift vouchers
Please submit your design / idea by emailing us at [email protected]