About Us

What is Ensure care?

Ensure care aims to bring Sunshine into the lives of underserved section of the society that requires intervention and to make sure better education and healthy life by providing good education system and availability of proper doctors in their locality.
people living in below poverty are not able to provide better education & healthy life to the children due to money problem or or not availability of education and healthcare in there area.

How it was started?

Ensure care firstly started in 1969 by Hazi Mohammed Ismail Rizwi (1950-2017) As a Educational institute, (KHABARGAON RAHATPUR HIGH MADRASHA ) for poor children who are not able to get education due to proper availability of education system in there area. it was firstly started in Islampur block West Bengal (India)


KHABARGAON RAHATPUR HIGH MADRASHA was established in 1969 and it is managed by the Madarsha Recognised (by Wakf Board/Madarsha Board). It is located in Rural area. It is located in ISLAMPUR block of UTTAR DINAJPUR district of West Bengal. The school consists of Grades from 5 to 12. The school is Co-educational and it doesn't have an attached pre-primary section. The school is N/A in nature and is not using school building as a shift-school. Bengali is the medium of instructions in this school. This school is approachable by all weather road. the institute is now under government control.


To make the organisation most trusted in the health care air and education sector of India by providing best services and technology to focus on customer well being satisfaction-all stemming from foundation of an externally transparent and ethical root that define the wellness of the foundation.
To maintain health and education system less complicated by providing smart healthcare & education counselling packages and technique in a better way making it easily available to everyone who seeks. Thus making our country preventive and educated country. where people get benefit from monitoring their health time to time and preventing health problem in women's bye providing proper knowledge and sanitary items to them.
and giving a a better education system two children not able to get proper education before the take hold of them.

Our Mission

aim of the organisation is to provide basic need to the poor people bye providing education and healthy life.
preventing women's problem in rular and urban area bye giving proper knowledge and sanitary items.


In order to respond to the changing paradigm of public health challenges, India needs adequately trained public health professionals. Public health education is a tool to create public health professionals. Public health education in India is at cross-roads on several fronts. Traditionally, public health education in India was offered through medical schools and was open for medical graduates only. However, recently the country has witnessed an emergence of institutions offering public health programs to nonmedical background graduates. An examination of the history and current status of public health education can provide us with an insight into the evolution of the discipline in the country. This is important as in order to respond to the public health education challenges in the present time, we need to understand the historical directions taken by the discipline in the past. This review captures how the public health education efforts in the country have been aided by concerted actions within the discipline and by an enabling environment and a positive intent at the national level, whereby we can better understand the context for the recent developments in Indian public health.


Lack of education is a fundamental problem in India, and the state of the Indian government schools is a clear illustration of this. Education is a constitutional right in India, but its provision falls well below an adequate standard. This post will look at the poor state of public schools in India.
The Government of India is well aware of the problems in the Indian education system, but has been slow in responding to them. School infrastructure is in a poor state and many school teachers are not properly qualified, with 31% of them not having a degree. 40% of schools are without electricity. There are schools where at the time of exams the invigilators ignore the students, giving them full freedom to cheat, and at times the teachers themselves abet the act of cheating. Also, there are instances where the children are asked to sweep the floors, serve meals to the teachers, and children as young as six are beaten with rulers. Consequently, the state of learning is very poor. which found that a substantial number of government schools have 14-year-old students six years behind what would be expected of them on average. These circumstances create a predicament for socio-economically deprived groups, who can’t afford a private school to educate their child.

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