Educational & Extra-Curricular Programmes 


Sports, Yoga, Computer and Spoken English Programmes


VYK has become a model youth centre for educational and recreational services to youth. VYK’s Sport Cultural and Educational Programme is a customized programme that uses Sport, cultural and educational activities as a platform to engage with children and adolescents from disadvantaged backgrounds and make them available various services under the project which would lead towards their cognitive development.


Cultural Progammes

Under the Cultural Programmes, VYK has planned a plethora of activities specifically targeted for the underprivileged youth. Various extra-curriculam activities have been developed which aimed at enhancing the multiple intelligence of the students.




VYK’s Initiative for Differently Abled

Disability is still ignored at policy level. Even though a substantial percentage of the population is affected by disability, there is no mention of disability in the MDGs.


There is a need to have inclusive policy focusing the need of differently abled. With internship programme for differently abled, Vishwa Yuvak Kendra has initiated the steps towards inclusiveness





Programme in partnership with VYK

Vihswa Yuvak Kendra organized youth oriented Programmes in partnership with various organiszations





Talk With Amazing Indians

Talk with Amazing Indians”, is the new initiative of VYK, which aimed to provide an opportunity to interact with courageous and path breaking individuals, who, as a result of their perseverance and innovative ideas, have managed to overcome all odds, and have managed to make a difference in their life as well as in the community. The endeavors of these courageous people have been documented by Times Now, English News Channel in their programme “Amazing Indians”.


Quality of life is the key of development. Various services like education, health and sanitation are still missing from many rural and urban parts of our country. Children and youth do not get quality education and other services at the most formative years of their life and this has severe repercussions on their quality of life, and awareness levels, which also make them unable to contribute to sustainable social and economic development of the community.

“Amazing Indians” realized the missing link of quality of life between poverty and development and constantly working