After independence as years passed the agriculture have lost its importance for policy makers of India. We have almost lost the connect between policy makers and agriculture - causing various issues that farmer have these days. If we really want to solve issues of our farmers and develop villages then this link has to be reestablished, and for that right people need to enter the decision making system of our Government. Furthermore, we strongly feel that the people who have lived closely with problems in rural area, can suggest more effective solutions to all those problems there. However the coaching and study material required for MPSC, UPSC exams is not accessible and affordable to everyone, especially for children from farmer families. Having that understood, the Aadharwad Foundation have started a COMPETITVE EXAM STUDY CENTER at Partur - available to everyone at free of cost. On 16th July 2015 the Additional Superintendent of Police Shri. Rahul Makanikar has inaugurated it, in presence of Tehsildar Shri. Vinod Gundamwar and other dignitaries.
The Partur being a very small town, there is no place available dedicatedly for study purpose. No need to tell about the electricity problems in region. By setting up this place we have tried to remove few hurdles on their way towards success. Today large number of students, especially the girls, are utilizing it for their regular study purpose.
We do not just make them dream to fly but also strengthen their wings to do it. Everyone can not afford special coaching required for competitive exams, and it is one of the reason why youngsters from rural area are not opting for it. For that reason we are providing Scholarship to selective candidates who have passed preliminary exam of MPSC/UPSC. In line with this, on 10th September 2016 Miss. Seema Sawant, daughter of a poor farmer (Village Gosavi Pangari, Mantha) who went to Delhi for the preparation of UPSC exams, has been provided Rs. 25,000/- for her further coaching of main exam.