Save The Quest (STQ) is a charitable trust registered under the Indian Trust Act of 1882, Section 60 (Registration no. 504) based in Delhi. STQ believes in bringing revolution through education. This organisation was started by some college students, which now consists of a dedicated team of hundreds of volunteers who advocate the philosophy of bringing about revolutionary changes in the society by making education more flexible, more liberal, holistic and skill based; and over the years, focus on children with disabilities has resulted in greater awareness and increased sensitivity towards these children.
Our goal is to bring about revolutionary, positive changes in the society by the means of education. We stand for student rights and uphold the philosophy of pragmatic, quality-based and quest-based studies.
We hope to facilitate the integration of disabled students into the mainstream. We aim to assist the disabled to overcome their challenges and their need for quality education, training, rehabilitation, employment and a full social and family life.
“Societies are built in classrooms”, quoted Mr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. This struck a deep chord with us at Save The Quest. Started by a group of college students, STQ strongly believes that education will be the game-changer for the future of our country. Education will enable a generation with level-playing field, so that everyone is competent and charity is no longer required.
This is the revolution which we envision, this is the dream we strive to achieve.