The Chinmaya Vijaya CORD Orphanage for Girls goes beyond providing shelter and education. It is a sanctuary that fosters orphaned girls and girls from destitute families and supports their holistic development through education, ethics, and life skills.
Through a structured daily routine, academic excellence, and exposure to cultural and ethical values, the program equips these young women to confidently navigate life and become self-reliant, contributing members of society.
Under the guidance of its dedicated founders and mentors, the program has produced numerous success stories, highlighting its profound impact on the lives of the girls it serves.
Chinmaya Vijaya is designed to serve orphaned and underprivileged girls from diverse backgrounds, offering them a secure and nurturing environment for their growth and development. This program is specifically tailored for girls who have faced the hardships of losing their families and require not only physical shelter but also access to quality education, values, and life skills. By providing these young girls with opportunities and guidance, the orphanage aims to empower them to break free from the cycle of poverty and adversity, enabling them to lead successful and independent lives.
We structured this program to offer orphaned girls a secure and nurturing environment in which they receive shelter, food, and clothing. The primary focus is on education, with the girls attending premier schools and colleges in nearby cities.
The girls are encouraged to follow a disciplined daily routine, which includes study time, chores, and participation in cultural and ethical education sessions. Life skills and computer training are also provided, preparing them for independent adulthood.
The program is designed to help the girls academically, morally, socially, and practically, fostering their holistic development and self-reliance. Graduates of the program have gone on to achieve academic and professional success, breaking barriers and creating opportunities for their future.
Graduated since 2007