Rajasthan

Pratham began working in the state of Rajasthan in 2001. Some key programmes are:
 
Read India is active in 13 blocks across 10 districts.
   
The Urban Programme is present in Jaipur city.
   
Digital Classrooms are being implemented in 121 schools across the state.
   
The Open School programme is currently being implemented in 6 locations -Jalore, Ajmer, Banswara, Dungarpur, Udaipur and Jaipur. The programme reaches over 900 young women annually.
   
The Pratham Institute has set up training Centres in Udaipur and Pilani.
   
Science fairs and workshops are active in a few locations across the state as part of Pratham's Science programme
   
Pratham Council for Vulnerable Children interventions are being carried out in Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Dungarpur.
 
Special Programmes

 The Pratham Supported Schools programme is active in 3 locations in the state.
   
The Pilani Resource Center (PRC), a project site supported by the Birla Group and BITS Alumni Association, was completed in 2012. PRC up until recently has functioned as a training centre for hospitality students and for Pratham's internal sessions. It has now expanded its operations to basic education interventions.
   
Chambal Fertilisers Ltd. Supports an integrated programme in Gadepan and Kota.
 
Government Tie Ups

Pratham worked with the Government of Rajasthan in 2012 to improve the learning levels of children in grades 1 and 2. In 2012, Pratham has trained about 2,000 teachers in arithmetic, language and assessment skills. Over 1,800 Headteachers have also received training on testing processes, uses of materials, and volunteering opportunities. More than 5,000 volunteers were mobilized and trained in that year to support these teachers and schools.

In 2013, Pratham was invited to contribute, in the planning phase, to the content and design of the Reading Campaign started by the Government of Rajasthan. Pratham was also involved in 'Sambalan', a state-wide student assessment carried out by the government.