Believing on “Education is Freedom”, UPES has adopted 51 girls, to help them in their educational progress. These girls are from the nearby villages such as Bidholi, Bishenpur, Upper Kandoli, Pondha,Dunga, Masraj Patti and Bakarna which are located within 20 km radius of UPES Campus. These girls have been given the name "UPES DAUGHTERS" as they are considered and addressed as daughters of the university and just the way any guardian would, the university takes complete care of the welfare and betterment of these young girls. Their education, meeting their needs and ensuring that they get to choose the field of study they are inclined towards, is the responsibility that UPES has willingly taken.
UPES treats it’s daughters as compassionately as any caretaker would and this is precisely why the university extends its support beyond the learning parameters and takes care of the holistic development of their personality, attitude and confidence. Every year UPES daughters are taken to various places to give them wider exposure.
- UPES took its adopted girls to visit Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi and they met Former President Her Excellency, Smt. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil in 2012.
- The children are also taken for Trips & Excursions by air. The girls were taken to Mussoorie, Dhanolti and Gurgaon in May 2013. The trip included various fun activities and visiting the main attractions at these places.
- 11 daughters of went to meet with the Governor of Uttarakhand Her Excellency, Mrs. Margaret Alva in August 2010.
UPES daughters with H.E. Smt. Pratibha Patil, Ex. President of India at Rashtrapati Bhawan
With colourful costumes at Gun Hill, Mussoorie
Riding through Burma Bridge, Eco Park, Dhanaulti
Riding through rope way to Gun Hill, Mussoorie
UPES daughters at Qutub Minar
Infrastructural and Academic support
UPES provides continuous infrastructural and academic support to the primary schools of the above mentioned villages. UPES provided utensils to the primary schools for the mid-day meal scheme, black boards and white boards for classroom teaching, desk and benches for the classroom, mats for classroom, almirah and computer systems to these schools.
CSR, UPES provides computer teaching to the primary school children on regular basis. Other than enhancing computer literacy, it is also good moral booster for the under privileged students.
Under Project SANKALP, UPES students reach primary schools ( Bidholi, Bishenpur, Upper Kandoli, Paundha, Dunga and Masras Patti) every saturday. The objective of this project is to provide quality education to the children through interactive session on Mathematics, Science, English and Computers and to support the school system to enable the underprivileged children to cope with the school work.