MILT Snehalaya

MILT runs seven homes for destitute children in four cities. In these homes, the children are brought up exactly the way a normal home child is brought up. They are never made to feel as if they are recipient of social gratis and mercy. MILT believes that a child brought up without experiencing normal childhood is a potential social outlaw.

These homes are called Snehalayas. Each MILT Snehalaya is run and administered fulfilling the regulations laid down by the State and Central Governments. There are four registered Charitable Trusts in four cities which generate funds to run the Snehalayas. Apart from donating generously from their own pockets, miltonians raise funds through fund raising projects like old newspaper collection drive etc. All the proceeds go to Snehalayas.

Snehalaya

MILT Snehalayas are well equipped homes with all facilities like Refrigerator, TV, Washing machines, etc., just like a middle-class home. Each Snehalaya accommodates a maximum of 15 children. Miltonians are proud to be able to make a difference in the lives of these destitute children.

MILT Residential School

MILT Residential School (MRS) is a ‘state-of-the-art’ modern school complex in a picturesque health resort in Simultala, situated between Kolkata and Patna. The children of Snehalaya all over the country are admitted to this residential school from class VI.

MRS follows ICSE syllabus up to class XII. MRS is a modern educational complex with infrastructure for 150 students in seven classes. MRS puts a strong focus on all-round growth of the students, be it physical, emotional, attitudinal, spiritual or leadership. The school runs under the direct guidance of Aporesh Acharya. Strict discipline is enforced to facilitate high-standard, value-based education.

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MRS has outdoor sport facilities like basketball, football, cricket, volleyball, badminton and indoor games like table tennis, carom and chess. The school has modern laboratories for science subjects and a common room with all high-tech amenities for entertainment. MRS is well equipped with hygienic kitchen, dining hall, sick room, library and modern dormitories. MRS caters well planned, balanced vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, far better than any school hostel in the country. MILT foundation (Kolkata), a charitable registered trust runs MILT Residential School.

MILT NRI – New Revolution Of India

This is a forum which steers its energy in National development. Miltonians are made aware of their responsibilities towards the Nation. True insight of this great Nation is exposed clearly in the December 6, 2004 issue of ‘Time’ magazine.

After half a century of independence, India produces a new breed of billionaires and millions of the world’s poorest people.

Bridging this gap is perhaps the greatest challenge India faces. Aporesh Acharya offered the concept of a new revolution without an enemy, without guns and without hatred. It’s a revolution of awareness with information technology as the weapon.

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The revolution focuses on the six sound principles:

  • Effectiveness
  • Self-Improvement
  • Respect
  • Constructiveness
  • Contribution
  • Love

Miltonians arrange periodical meetings in a public hall wherein they invite intelligent, thinking, educated Indian adults. Miltonians speak on the above six principles followed by questions and answers.

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