Timli Vidyapeeth – Technology Centers


Timli Vidyapeeth Technology Centre endorses the Positive Youth Development approach, which recognizes that empowered young people need support, guidance, and opportunities during adolescence. Using Positive Youth Development strategies, our programs give young people the chance to build skills, choose healthy lifestyles, exercise leadership, and participate in their communities.

Our comprehensive youth development program is exclusively designed for students of Uttarakhand, keeping in mind their financial, social and geographical conditions.


Innovative Workshop

Our workshop is equipped with several modern Science Kits (Working Jet Engine Model, Four cylinder motor engine and more than 300 electronic experiment Kit) and we also have an computer assembling unit here our students learns hardware assembling and Operating System and Application installation process.

We also conduct several seminars, workshops for government school students time to time including:

    1. International Essay Competition (Essay competition among students of Uttarakhand & children of migrated families living in US, Canada, UK & Australia.
    2. Youth Development Programme – summer and Winter Camps across Uttarakhand – Have trained over 2300 students in last two years.

Workshops for Students and local skilled people/entrepreneurs :

Workshops for Students of HNB Garhwal University Students and providing them exposure to schools of remote villages in Uttarakhand.


Science January 2014, our Technology Centre has empowered over two hundred and forty boys and girls of sixty five (65) villages. Several students are now pursuing their higher education and a few of them now started their own business which is helping them to earn their livelihood using information technology.

Students trained at our technology centers are now managing our ICT centers established inside government intermediate schools in Uttarakhand. Several other students have started their own IT enabled common services center in remote Himalayan villages.

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