India, Lucknow
Computer classroom for Study Hall School
Construction period: Apr - Jul 2023


Type of facility

Computer classroom





NGO partner

Study Hall Educational Foundation


Academic year

April to March, in other regions June to May

Literacy rate (15+ years old)

74.4 %

Attendance rate

Primary school – 88.9%
Lower secondary school – 66%
Upper secondary school – 31.3%

Out-of-school children

Children, adolescents and youth (6 to 17 years old) – 3,067,813
Adolescents (12 to 14 years old) – 10,591,069

Project implementation

Study Hall School is a newly constructed institution that caters to children from pre-primary to grade 7. The school aims to provide an inclusive learning environment to prepare its students for both personal and professional success, with a focus on digital literacy. To support this goal, the Acronis Cyber Foundation Program has decided to provide the school with a computer lab, complete with 35 computers and other equipment and furniture.

Having access to a computer lab will play a crucial role in bridging the digital divide in the area and addressing gender disparities in digital literacy. Despite global efforts to increase school enrollment for girls in India, their educational completion rates remain low, and their learning outcomes are often limited. Study Hall School places a strong emphasis on girls’ education, placing them at the center of all its efforts.

If you would like to support the 204 children of Study Hall School, please contact

About the country


Republic of India

Capital city

New Delhi


1,375 billion people


Indian rupee (INR)

Major languages

Hindi, English

Travel information

The climate of Lucknow is subtropical. The best time to come is from mid-November to mid-February but keep in mind that the pollution in that time is the highest. In the middle of winter it can get a little cold and fog can be persistent.

Annual average temperature

24°C (75.2°F)

Rainy season

Mid-June – early October

Dry season

Mid-October – early June

Travel tips

Hotel recommendations

Lucknow: The Piccadily, Clarks Avadh

Agra: Sheela, Vista Rooms, Moti Palace, Crystal Inn, Kasturi

Varanasi: Atithi, Sun Beam, Shanti Palace, Alka, Ganpati Palace

Vrindavan: Shri Krishna Palace, JK Guest House, Gopa Guest House, Radha Palace, Shree Radha Krishna Bhawan

Places to eat

Lucknow: Tunday Kababi, Dastarkhwan, Bamboo Shoots, Faizabad Road’s Street Food

Agra: Panchi Petha, Kesar Restaurant, Bhagat Ji Ki Kachori, Dosa Plaza

Varanasi: Kashi Chat Bhandar, SITA Bhojanalaya, Baba Ka Dhaba, Blue Lassi Shop

Vrindavan: Shri Radha Krishna Bhojanalaya, Annapurna Bhojnalaya, Shree Krishna Bhojanalaya, Shri Krishna Rasoi, Sri Nathji Bhojanalaya

Best souvenirs from the country

Pashmina shawls, kashmiri carpets, sarees, brocades, Indian footwear, Ayurvedic products, sandalwood products, aromatherapy products, Madhubani paintings, miniature paintings, blue pottery, stoneware, Terracotta pottery, traditional oil lamps, tea, spices, masalas, jewelry


Ola, Uber

Travel agencies

Thomas Cook India, Cox & Kings, MakeMyTrip

Interpreting services

Linguistic Solutions, TridIndia

Proposed one week tour

Day 1: Varanasi

Day 2: Arrival to Lucknow, city tour

Day 3: Bara Imambara, Chota Imambara, Ambedkar Memorial Park

Day 4: School visit

Day 5: Agra

Day 6: Vrindavan

Day 7: Jama Masjid and Delhi tour

Help by donating
If you believe in our mission and want to make an impact, you can support the Acronis Schools Initiative