Road Map to Financial Wellbeing of School Students
Financial literacy is defined as a combination of financial awareness, knowledge, skills, attitude, and behaviors necessary to make sound financial decisions and ultimately achieve financial well-being.
The New Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020) has proposed the content and process of school education will be reoriented to develop holistic learners. The curriculum load will be reduced to key concepts and essential ideas, thus enabling space for deeper and more experiential learning. School education has been divided into three stages; the Preparatory stage (8 to 11 years), Middle stage (11-14 years), and Secondary stage (14-18 years). Our aim is to achieve the financial well-being of each student at each stage of school education.
Presence of Well Being Shiksha Foundation In India
Wellbeign Shiksha Foundation is cover Delhi, Faridabad, Hyderabad, Noida, Pune, Gorakhpur, and Muzaffarpur on the importance of saving money.
Wellbeing Shiksha Foundation Saving Campaigns
Save Before You Spend
Well Being Shiksha Foundation in collaboration with management colleges across India has launched a Saving Campaign. The interns of Well Being Shiksha Foundation are sensitizing people in Delhi, Faridabad, Hyderabad, Noida, Pune, Gorakhpur, and Muzaffarpur on the importance of saving money.