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Most of the NGOs in India are working in elementary / primary education, with hardly any looking at the critical stage of secondary, higher, adult and technical education. This article shares an interesting thought of NGOs or social enterprises to enter into education beyond balwadi's, to be precise from 2nd standard onwards and then in secondary education, take courses to bridge the gap. NGOs can get sponsors and most importantly, this has the potential to create huge volunteering opportunity for youth, or, some nominal earning for unemployed youth who can be paid some honorarium. Wonderful. We will promote this idea across districts of India through and and invite NGOs to pick it up and work with or without us.