AIM For Seva


The All India Movement (AIM) for Seva is a NGO involved in providing value-based education to rural and tribal children across India.

Our story began in 2000 with a deep understanding of rural India’s problems: be it the commuting long distances to schools, domestic pressure or lack of extra-curricular activities in education. We thus proposed a unique solution that has now brought the school to the child’s doorstep: AIM for Seva Free Student Hostels (FSH) is a residential facility in proximity to the schools. This enables for easy access, enhancing the quality of education through tuitions, providing life skills and an environment that is conducive to learning. All these facilities are provided at no cost to the students including boarding, lodging, books, uniforms, school fees and more. AIM for Seva is entirely supported by corporate and individual donors.

About the Founder
Swami Dayananda Saraswati was a spiritual teacher, profound thinker, philosopher and master of Vedanta. As a world renowned spiritual leader his influence on the world stage has been enormous. Posthumously awarded the Padma Bhushan, Swamiji was the founder of AIM for Seva, Swami Dayananda Educational Trust, Arsha Vidya Research & Publication Trust and Arsha Vidya Gurukulams in India and USA.

Swamiji’s Global Vision – Nurturing the diversity of the human culture

1980 – Addressed the United Nations NGO representatives on ‘The Moral Imperatives of Ending the Arms Race
1995 – The UNESCO Seoul Global Convention
1995 – The United Nations 50th Anniversary Celebrations
2000 – The Millennium World Peace Summit
2001 – The International Congress for the Preservation of Religious Diversity
2001 – The Conference on the Preservation of Sacred Sites
2002 – World Council of Religious Leaders
2002 – Global Peace Initiative of Women Religious and Spiritual Leaders
2002 – World Council of Churches
2002 – The Youth Peace Summit
2002 – A Hindu-Christian Dialogue with the World Council of Churches
2007 – The Hindu – Jewish Leadership Summit
2008 – World Religions after 9/11 Conference
2008 – Faith in Human Rights Conference
2009 – Global Peace Initiative of Women