Seva Sadan Society was founded in Mumbai to provide oppressed women with shelter, care, and a life of dignity.
Pandita Ramabai Navrange Teachers' Training College was established as the first step towards empowering women to be employable.
Malabari Hall was inaugurated.
Tiffin service was started to instil a sense of self-worth in the women staying at Seva Sadan, who would cook food and run a neighbourhood meal service.
Marathi Primary School was established to educate underprivileged girls.
Laundry service, run by the residents of the Home, was introduced.
Marathi High School was started, allowing Seva Sadan’s education initiative to impact a larger age group of girls.
Vocational Training was introduced with sewing, typing, and shorthand classes to teach women skills that would help them gain employment.
Self-financed Pre-Primary Marathi School was started to promote early childhood education.
Aahaar, a café serving home-cooked local food, was inaugurated to provide employment to low-income ladies of the community.
Vocational training for beauty treatments, mehndi application, and tailoring classes was introduced.
The decrepit structure adjoining the Seva Sadan Annexe was repaired and rebuilt to accommodate three more classes of the English School as the demand for admissions grew.
STEM (Science, Technology, English and Maths) learning to increase science literacy and critical thinking was introduced.