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  • 1. Title Our story of Change from Satya Bharti School, Dhani Meenan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Bharti Foundation Problem being attempted to change: Family Planning and Population Control
  • 2. • Bharti Foundation – Bharti Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Bharti Group Companies. – The prime objective is to bridge the existing education divide and make quality education accessible to underprivileged children in rural India. – The Foundation aims to help underprivileged children and young people of our country realize their potential. • Satya Bharti School Program – The Satya Bharti School Programes is the flagship program of Bharti Foundation. – It aims to deliver free quality education to underprivileged children, with special focus on the girl child across rural India. – Present Operational Status: • Number of Schools Operational: 236 • States of Operation: Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh & Tamil Nadu • Number of Students Enrolled: Over 30,000 Introduction
  • 3. About the Community • Geographical Location: Situated 5 Kms. interior to the Jaipur – Delhi national high located in the midst of sandy ground. Population majority is of Meena community (ST), a backward village with 50% of them addict of liquors and other addiction. The village is under Achrol Gram Panchayat, Block Amer, District Jaipur. • Cultural Background: The people are mainly dependent on Agriculture and labor. Male are appearing in the rang – birangi saafa and Female in lahnga – chunri, with the male dominance society the females of the village are very introvert and do not want to meet the external people easily and so much hesitating to talk with anybody. • Role of Satya Bharti School in the Village: In the very interior village, the Satya Bharti School is doing its pious efforts to change the social system and evils in the society. The people is now transforming themselves because their children now studying in our school and when they sharing their learning in their home. • Participation in ‘Design for Giving’ School Contest: Most of the people joined in our move for the village development since the there is a majority of BPL community, and they now understand if they do not controll their population and it will increase simultaneously then in the coming days their will be very difficult for them to survive.
  • 4. • The population of the village is increasing day by day and if the people now do not think to control it as the population of the village is not as much accomplished by wealth and if it will be increases day by day the situation will be dangerous. • The gender discrimination, which is existing in the village is a social dogma for the rural transformation and if it will not stopped, the family planning will not be happen. • People in the desire of son, giving birth to 5-6 daughters without seeing their socio-economic status. so that through this program we can avoid for a large family. • People will become aware through this campaign and spread it to the whole village. • People should adapt the Theory of HUM DO HUMARE DO . • Through this campaign we can make aware the students and children who are going to be father and mother in future after it we shall get a achievement in problem of population control. We ‘Felt’:
  • 5. • We imagined a bright INDIA who is free from population problem. • We imagined if there is low population in india we have more chance of job and we will proper use of resourses . • If there is low population in india will grow the per head income and life standard will be high. • We imagined that if there is low population in india that every child will get good education . • Because in india high population is problem in herself so that if we can control the population that all problems will be end ownself . • We imagined that if low population that everybody can get good job and will earn good money. • We ‘Imagined’: Photograph (If any)
  • 6. We ‘Did’: Photograph (If any)
  • 7. Impact on Community: Photograph (If any)
  • 8. • Students are now more motivated now. • Encouraged to take initiatives. • Can plan and implement. • Enhanced leadership and team spirit among the students. • Ignited the feeling of ownership among the students • There is now more association and bonding among students to think innovatively and creatively. • It is now reflected that our students proved the theory of Bloom Taxonomy – Recall, Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis and Evaluation through this campaign • Teachers were feel more empowered in the process of execution and implementation and wined the more faith of the people. • Teachers got appreciation and positive responses from the community, which added jewel to their rapport and identification as a social activist for a social change. Impact on Us:
  • 9. Experience of Community Members & Teachers: • Ramchandra Meena: Through this program we all are learn that low population is useful for us and we can fulfill our dreams . • Mamraj Meena (class v student ): I learn through my teacher that I spread this knowledge in whole community that small family is good for our India because there is low resources and high utility so that when high utility then every people can not get our demanded things. • Manju Meena:I am aware through this program that we will adapt contraceptive equipments and we tell all other women adapt also this equipments. • Natwar Singh Shekhawat (H.T): There is a good support of community to develop this awareness to others and our faith that every people will be ensure this to control the population .
  • 10. • Peoples are think that such program are very important for developed India and through this program every people will contribute our efforts . • Every people want to control the birth rate in future and will tell to whole community . • This programs are teach to everybody that high population is dangerous for our future and there is more struggle for living life . • So we will all support all this type program which is conduct by government departments and Bharti Foundation . • We felt that Bharti Foundation give importance to our contribution in such type programs . The Road Ahead…..(in the next 3 months)
  • 11. Students Participating in the Contest: # State District School No. of Students Participating Name of Student Class 1 Rajas than Amer, Jaipur Dhani Meenan 13 Amit Meena Vth 2 13 Ashok Meena Vth 3 13 Deshraj Meena Vth 4 13 Guddi meena Vth 5 13 Gotthi Meena Vth 6 13 Kavita Meena Vth 7 13 Mamraj Meena Vth 8 13 Manju Meena Vth 9 13 Meera Meena Vth 10 13 Pooran Meena Vth 11 13 Yogesh Meena Vth 12 13 Sunita Meena Vth 13 13 Tarachand Meena Vth
  • 12. • School Staff – Mentor Teacher(s) Mr. Natwar Singh Shekhawat, Mool Chand Pingolia, Manju Meena, Ranveer Singh Shekhawat • State Team – Cluster Coordinator – Affaque Haider – District Coordinator – Mr. Brajesh Bhardwaj Team Responsible:
  • 13. Thank you

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