A Step Towards Nurturing and Unleashing the Talent in Rural and Tribal Students
Every child is unique and their talent should be nurtured to the optimum. In a government school of Salegaon, Osamanabad, Jnana Prabodhini, through its self-discover activities based on curriculum strives to help each student to unleash their talent and grow to their fullest potential.
Jnana Prabodhini focuses on teaching leadership and analytical entrepreneurial skills and civic duties to the rural and tribal students, so they are able to integrate themselves in knowledge economy. Through its specially designed enrichment program, Jnana has redefined the very concept of teaching and learning in rural areas.
Abhijit Khapre, Project Director – Jnana Prabodhini says, ‘We have been working in the field of formal and informal education for more than 50 years now. We have developed tests to identify aspects of intelligence and then what kind of exercises or exposures should be given so that these talents can be developed. Our work is backed by extensive research.’
Jnana Prabodhini has its own research wing which is accredited by UGC. Overall they have reached over 50,000 children through their programme.
For HCL grant, Jnana Prabodhini proposed ‘SAKSHAM’- Enrichment program of life skills for rural children in 21st century.
The project aims to reach out to almost 24,000 children in three states of Maharashtra, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. They will be working with 100 government schools with upper primary children through various activities in schools and by conducting camps for these children.
HCL Grant is a step towards recognition of the rise of the Fifth Estate - the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).
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