After visiting several villages across the country, it has been acknowledged that the status on elementary education is far from satisfactory level. There is a lack of educational facilities and rural children are unable to afford schooling in urban areas due to very high fees. About 80 million children in rural areas are unable to receive elementary school education after 70 years of independence. The 93rd amendment to the constitution making universal elementary / primary education a fundamental right on 1st April 2010 and with education for all as a millennium development goal for education, provide the backdrop for concerted efforts by central and state governments to achieve the education for all. It is time now for an extraordinary education mission. The achievement of this goal would require whole hearted efforts by all, since the government alone would not be able to manage delivery of such a massive education programme.
With the above mission in mind, The Anjal Trust was formed in March 2003 to take up rural development project in the education sector with innovative ideas and decided upon to open up a primary level English medium school in June 2003 at Manjusar village in Savli taluka of Vadodara district by obtaining permission from the District Education Officer, Dept. of Primary Education, Govt. of Gujarat, Vadodara. Initially, the school started with 25 students with pre-primary section. In June 2019, the strength had gone upto 600 students. This school also covers five satellite villages, namely Tundav, Anjesar, Sokhada, Lamadapura and Asoj of Savli taluka. The purpose is to develop this school as model for imparting quality education to rural children in an affordable manner at their doorstep.