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The problem of disability is gaining more and more ground all over the world. In India 3% of India’s children are mentally or physically challenged. More than 95% are living life of obscurity and are denied the opportunity to be in the main stream. Disability either physical or mental is a human right issue and it must be looked into that context. Many institutions are engaged in rehabilitation and education of mentally challenged children. In its humble endeavor to extend inclusive developmental opportunities to the ignored special children of the Bharuch District, Kalrav Charitable Trust spearheaded the Kalrav School for special children.

Kalrav School for mentally challenged was set up in the Year 1992. The sojourn was started with five such children and today more than 85 children are lucky enough to exhibit their intrinsic strength to the society.

Today “Kalrav" is engaged in the activities of:

Extending general / day-to-day knowledge to mentally challenged children

Extending vocational training to generate income

Training for Yoga

Extending physiotherapy treatment to the needy children in in-house Physiotherapy Centre

Arranging occasional medical check-up camps for the children

Counseling of parents and guiding them for future depending upon child’s performance

Motivating parents for future challenging life of children.

“Kalrav” offers a learning friendly environment to facilitate the learning and development of mentally challenged child. The school has its own in-house Physiotherapy Centre equipped with all apparatus with services of full-time Physiotherapist. The school uses services of renowned psychiatrist to help overcome in needy circumstances. The admission process begins with consulting of psychiatrist to IQ testing and understands the special needs of child for ensuring effective delivery of the school curriculum. Multiple techniques of teaching are adopted and perceptual knowledge is stressed to make herculean tasks easier.


Our Important Registrations

Charity Registration No. E/2524/Bharuch
Date : 07-08-1995


Director of Social Defense Registration No. 53/2000
Date : 08-05-2000    (Govt. of Gujarat)


National Trust No. 0226/C.O-M.R.2003


Income Tax Exemption 80G
Permenant Registration No. BRD/Exe/111/104/123-K-2010-2011
Effective From Date : 15-12-2009

My Humble appeal

“The first thing you need to do is to train yourself not to use the phrase “Mentally retarded”. Use the term “People with intellectual disability”. Put the “People” First. That will be the best thing you can start doing because using such a language will enhance my dignity as a person and will make me feel respected as a human being.