Acountry with has more than one billion of people and only one-third of them can read. Lack of basic facilities, resources, books, teacher, insufficient public funds to cover education costs are some of the nation's toughest challenges in this population growing country. Most of the funds are allocated towards higher education, leaving the primary education in India in sway. For the underprivileged people in India, education is perceived at more difficulties and this is continues on with every new generation.
In addition to this are girls are real disproportionate as out-of-school children in India. What denies equal opportunities of children are serious social issues that have arose out of caste, class and gender differences. The practice of child labour in India and resistance to sending girls to school in several parts of the country remain as genuine concerns. Its need of time to make these millions of underprivileged children to set their foot in a classroom.
We help needy and poor students for education and create awareness among them about means for reduction of poverty. We facilitate financial assistance for education of wards of unprivileged child through self-help groups, Runs Competitive Exam Guidance Centers, bridge resources of providing skill and quality education.
Holistic development and school readiness include four large developmental domains:
Develop fine and gross motor skills, along with pre-writing abilities and ensure appropriate growth and health
Learn to adapt to new settings & people, work in groups, individual, interaction & interpersonal skills
Develop basic problem-solving abilities, along with knowledge of colours, shape, symbols etc that are essential for pre-math
Develop basic vocabulary and improve the ability to express ideas confidently, both individually and in groups
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Over 95% of Indian children in the age group 6 to 14 are enrolled in school. Although these children have been in school for several years, many have not acquired the foundational skills that are essential for moving ahead. The challenge is how to enable such children to acquire basic reading and arithmetic, quickly and durably so they get a real chance to complete the elementary stage in a meaningful way.
The Right to Education law in India guarantees free and compulsory schooling to all children up to Grade 8. However, for a variety of reasons (such as distance, cost, access, socio-economic constraints and cultural barriers) many students drop out of school or discontinue their education. This phenomenon is even more pronounced for girls and young women especially in rural areas.
The challenges of re-entering the education system and accessing further learning opportunities are huge, especially for young people who did not finish elementary or secondary school. While India has open schooling opportunities, there is lack of awareness and adequate motivation and support for a student to use open schooling as a way of continuing their education.