• Grassroutes Learning Journeys

    Our learning programs are specially tailored to nurture the innate curiosity of the next generation of leaders. Through these programs, we wish to foster empathy in the participants towards building a sustainable future.


    For schools, our programs are designed according to the learning objectives and curriculum requirements of all international education boards.


    For UG and PG students, we curate programs that can help them apply theoretical knowledge to real-world situations.

    Our Pedagogy

    Curiosity | Emapthy | Exploration


    We facilitate immersive programs across rural India in partnership with village communities, which helps the students gain an in-depth understanding of cultural, socio-economic, and environmental perspectives. Through these trips, we create volunteering opportunities for students to contribute meaningfully. We maximize the students' engagement and interaction with local communities, helping them gain awareness of the realities of others. 

  • Our Learning Programs

    We believe by integrating rural immersion programs into the education system, students gain valuable life skills and a deeper understanding of their country’s socio-economic landscape, fostering a more inclusive and empathetic future generation.

  • For UG and PG students

    Awareness | Skill Building | Leadership | Social Impact

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    Rural Immersions
    (All Courses)
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    Understanding Rural Markets
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    Rural Settlement Studies
    (Design and Architecture)
  • For IB, Cambridge, and ICSE Schools

    Explore | Engage | Learn | Contribute

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    Primary Years
    (Ages 3-11)
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    Middle Years
    (Ages 11-16)
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    A levels + IBDP
    (Ages 16-18)
  • Social Credit Program

    The Social Credit Program is designed to help the younger generation deep dive and increase their

    awareness and understanding of the social realities of our country. This experience encourages

    students to become active participants in the society.

  • Our Institutional Partners


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