Sonebhadra is one of the least developed districts of India and it touches four states Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. Though it is rich in minerals and one of the power hub of India, local people mostly tribals are yet to get the benefits of these development activities. Most of them are labourers in industries and gets very low wages, incapable of giving proper education to their children. Most of them even can’t afford textbooks also. Secondly, Myorepure block is the remotest block in Sonebhadra District and three hours away from Robertsganj, districts’ headquarter. Sirsoti and nearby villages in still fifty Km away from Myorepur. All these factors have stalled the development of this belt.
Secondly most of the tribal families are living in homes with mud wall and having either one or two rooms. Under such circumstances children are unable to concentrate for their studies at home. Further their parents engage them in works at home. Most of parents are also drunkard and used to create scenes at home.