Educational Concept

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This concept is intended to widely participate in the educational development of poor and poorest children in the rural areas, and also to shoulder the responsibilities of the educational institutions functioning there.

  • Organizing and conducting School Enrollment Campaign in the Rural Pockets with the support and collaboration from the CBOs
  • Distributing leaflets, notices, stickers on educational awareness and its importance
  • Installation of digital banners at public places and schools insisting the educational right of the children
  • Providing education materials and uniform dresses to the poor school going children.
  • Conducting Periodical Health Camps and Special; care to the vision power of the poor children
  • Training educational volunteers (preferably women) with a minimum educational qualification
  • Sponsoring educational volunteers to the rural primary schools in which sufficient number of trained teachers are not available
  • Creating more number of Puravalar Thittam – School Patron Fund in the schools
  • Organizing Rural Educational parks in the slums and hamlets where there are no schools and people of bottom strata are in more number.
  • Helping the school administrations in providing Environment Access and Cleanliness Maintenance; publishing and distributing small handbooks on water and sanitations
  • Organizing small level Life Skill Training Camps to the upper primary children and prepare them towards integrated developments
  • Arranging Computer Skill Training Classes, if possible providing computer to schools
  • At a maximum level of our contribution, taking care of the SSLC failed boys and girls by helping them a special coaching to pass the instant examinations
  • Identifying the children those who are far behind the academic excellence due to socio, cultural and economical factors and help them to overcome these barriers
  • Special concern and consideration towards the educational empowerment of girl children from the poor families
  • Problem children to be given special and individual attention and separate activities to be designed for their betterment
  • Identification and mainstreaming the dropout children
  • Taking care of the education of the children of AIDS patients either died or alive.
  • Special Children should be given importance and individual care of the social and educational need.