Thursday, 31 January 2013

Indian Program - Global Teacher's Program in Indian Schools

Vishvet Foundation is a non profit organization with objective of "Promoting Cultural Exchange".
Organization is running under four pillars of program:

Indian Programs - are focused on providing exposure to rich culture of India by staying with the Indian host family. It is a paid program which will give our foreign guests to value for money experience. (

Overseas Programs - are specially designed for Indian students and adults to feel foreign culture in a whole new perspective. It is a paid program with very competitive lower prices. (

Global Exchange Programs - are one-to-one exchange program. It is designed to share the culture, customs, and heritage of various countries across the world. It is a sponsored program so that program cost will drastically reduce. (

Vishvet Wisdom - are designed to provide Human Interact Services to the society at large by providing internship & training help to students, placement service for teachers, women, handicap people etc. It is also a low cost program where we target people who really in need of our services but don’t have money to spend on. (

"Acharya" - In this post we want to introduce our "Global Teacher's Program in India" with the name of "Acharya" which will find on link

Vishvet Foundation is inviting teachers and social activists from around the world to India and work with us in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

All participants from the education field would like to stay with Indian school students and teach them their subject of interest. Schools in Gujarat having academic year from June to March. Participants may participate up to 3 months. Participants will get placement in private and public schools of Ahmedabad, Gujarat which will arrange your lodging and boarding with home environment. We also try to provide some stipend for internal expenses. It is a wonderful opportunity for participants to teach students and get love from them.

We welcome you!

Navratri Celebration with our Foreign Guests in Volunteer Guide Program  during 16th to 24th October 2012