We all know that education is the key pillar of a society. Quality education is the need of the day. In a developing country like India the importance of education is not well understand to every people. Poor Children go to schools and avail government facilities in terms of food, clothing etc. But the actual objective of learning is always compromised. Being statistically enrolled into a formal school does not ensure a growing rate of literacy in a country, given the numerous other conditions that lead to a huge percentage of drop outs from all the government schools, the statistics of which might go unnoticed. Thousands of children are still far away from a healthy educational environment with an unbelievably huge number of children leaving education midway and many other suffering from low learning problem.

OFINS feels the need of promoting quality education among the economically backward section students. We believe that if nourished with proper care and planning, each child will grow up into an immensely potential human being.

Realizing the need of all round development of underprivileged children OFINS has taken up a various projects in the field of education.

Our Impact on Education


Education is the right of every child and we are committed to provide free and quality education to every children irrespective of their origin. Our trained teachers always look after every children and help them to discover themselves at their own way. With regular and generous contributions from our supporters, we are able to walk steadily towards achieving these goals.

  • Free & Quality Education

    Provide free & quality education with all support through our own education centre

  • Distribute Education Accessories

    Provide all kind of education accessories to underprivileged children for their uninterrupted education

  • Book for Study

    Provide books and support to underprivileged students to complete their education and fulfil their dream.

  • Scholarship

    Provide scholarship to needy and deserving underprivileged students for their future studies.