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In a scenario where poor children are deprived of education due to various reasons, it becomes imperative for us to address their grievances, remove their inhibitions, create awareness and motivate …

In a scenario where poor children are deprived of education due to various reasons, it becomes imperative for us to address their grievances, remove their inhibitions, create awareness and motivate them. It is important that we reach out to them with necessary things fulfilling their requirements in order to facilitate a smooth and easy learning process for them.

In this regard, it will be appropriate to remember Swami Vivekananda’s saying,

“If children can’t go to school why not bring the school to the children?”

And we are exactly doing that through our sacred project called “Single Teacher Schools”.

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    • 1. Welcome toS IN G LE TE AC H E R S C H O O LS A S acre d P roj ct e from S WAM I VIVE K AN AN D A R U R AL D E VE LO P M E N T S O C IE TY C H E N N AI. 1
    • 2. C h ild re n h ave N o acce s s or lim ite d acce s sF or e d u cationD u e to lack of infras tru ctu re s 2
    • 3. AS TOLD BY SWAMI VIVEKANANDA“If the child cannot go to School the School must go to the child” 3
    • 4. MISSIONTo take P rim ary E d u cation to P oor C h ild re nTo re m ove illite racyTo e rad icate ch ild lab ou rTo incu lcate cu ltu ral valu e sTo re nd e r b as ic m e d icareTo cre ate aware ne s s on H e alth & H ygie ne 4
    • 5. PROJECT INAUGURATIONP roj ct Was Inau gu rate d In 2006 eBle s s e d And G u id e d By P u j S wam i yaD ayanand a S aras watiC h airm an O f Th e M ove m e nt.Ad vis ory Board M e m b e rs : -E m ine nt D octors , IAS & IP S O ffice rs , Ind u s trialis ts ,E d u cationis ts And M anage m e nt E xp e rts 5
    • 6. SETTING UP A SCHOOL - 1 Id e ntify th e b e s t e d u cate d you thM otivate h im / e r to b e com e a hTe ach e rAp p rais e S yllab u s And Im p artBas ic TrainingF ind conve nie nt location – Te m p le , C om m u nity H all,U nu s e d S p aceS e t u p a Black Board 6
    • 7. SETTING UP A SCHOOL - 2E nroll ch ild re n of 5 to 1 0ye ars oldP rovid e th e m with note b ooksC ond u ct clas s e s I to VBe twe e n 5.30 p m and 8.30 p mC u rricu lu m : Tam il, E nglis h , M ath s and Bas ic S cie nceE xtra C u rricu lu m : E le m e ntary Yoga, Tam il P oe try, S tory Te lling 7
    • 8. THE HEALTH ASPECTM otivate th e te ach e r to act ash e alth worke rIm p art training on b as ich e alth is s u e sP rovid e firs t aid kit and b as icm e d icine s 8
    • 9. BE N E F ITS & BE N E F IC IAR IE S - 1 C h ild re n s h ow ke e n inte re s t in le arningTh e y are fre e d from lab ou rand working e nvironm e ntE nj le arning atm os p h e re oyD e ve lop com p anions h ipcu tting acros s cas te line sC u ltivate d is cip line , fitne s s , good and h e alth y h ab its
    • 10. BENEFITS & BENEFICIARIES - 2Te ach e rs com m and re s p e ct Th e ir s ocial s tand ing im p rove sAware ne s s on s ocial e vils s u ch asu ntou ch ab ility and alcoh olis mE rad ication of s ocial e vilsb rings one ne s sAware ne s s on h ygie ne le ad s tocle anline s s and good h e alth Village ge ts a ne w ou tlook 10
    • 11. TEACHING STAFFS. No District / Division Schools / Teachers Students Villages1 Thiruvallur 365 365 (M & F: 329) :36 109502 Kanchipuram 155 155 (M 27 & F: 128) : 4650Total Two Districts 520 520 (M 63 & F: 457) : 15,700 11
    • 12. Field Staff / SupervisorsS.NO POST SCHOOLS / TOTAL NUMBER VILLAGES DEPLOYED 1 S u p e rvis or 1 0 S ch ools 35 (M : 1 8 & F : 1 7)2 H e ad S u p e rvis or 30 S ch ools 1 7 (M : 1 1 & F : 6)3 S u b D ivis ional H e ad 90 S ch ools 4 (M :1 & F : 3)4 D ivis ional H e ad 270 S ch ools 3 (M : 1 & F : 2) 2 Districts (Thiruvallur & 520 Schools 59 (M 31 & F: 28) : Kanchipuram) 05/10/12 12
    • 13. Base Line ReportN AM E : - S ingle Te ach e r S ch oolsAR E AS : - 520 Village sD IS TR IC T: - Th iru vallu r, K anch ip u ram .S TATE : - Tam il N ad u 13
    • 14. Base Line ReportBas ic Infras tru ctu re / C om m u nication: - Ave rageR ail C onne ctivity: - Ye s , Th rou gh Bu s with Low F re qu e ncyN e are s t R ailway S tation: - Ye s , 1 0 To 20 km s from e achVillageBu s C onne ctivity: - Ye s , b u t Low F re qu e ncyN e are s t Bu s S tand : - Ye s , 1 0 To 20 km s from e ach VillageM ob ile C onne ctivity: - Ye s 14
    • 15. Base Line ReportD rinking Wate r – Ye s . S tore d In Tank and S u p p lie d E le ctricity: - M od e rate with F re qu e nt P owe r C u ts S anitation: - P oor; N o Toile ts 15
    • 16. Base Line Report E d u cational Infras tru ctu re P rim ary S ch ools P re s e ntF or M id d le S ch ools and H igh S ch ools th e S tu d e ntsh ave to trave l to ne arb y towns and for colle ge s th e y h ave to trave l to th alu k h e ad qu arte rs 16
    • 17. Base Line Report H e althR e gis te re d m e d ical p ractitione rs are availab le only in towns Vaid yas are not p re s e nt in all village s P rim ary h e alth ce nte rs are availab le in ne arb y towns (3) and th alu k h e ad qu arte rs at a d is tance of 1 0 to 20 km s D is p e ns arie s are als o availab le only in towns at th e s am e d is tance 17
    • 18. Base Line Report Land C ond itions : - N ot S o F e rtile C rop s : - P ad d y M ain S ou rce O f Incom e : - Agricu ltu reAs th e land s are not s o fe rtile , th e village rs d o not ge t re gu lar incom e th rou gh agricu ltu reTh e y als o take u p te m p orary j s in s e rvice s e ctor ob 18
    • 19. Base Line Report As s e s s m e nt O f N e e d s S h ort Te rm : - Tu tion C e nte rs / H e alth C am p s Long Te rm : - M id d le S ch ool / H os p ital WithD is p e ns ary / F re qu e nt Bu s e s / Toile ts / S e wage & D rainage / R oad sTyp e s & N atu re O f N e e d s : - E d u cation, H e alth And Infras tru ctu re s 19
    • 20. Budget Proposal F or one ch ild p e r m onth : R s .1 00/- F or one ch ild p e r ye ar: R s .1 200/- A s ch ool h as an ave rage of 30 ch ild re nC os t of ru nning one s ch ool p e r ye ar: R s .36,000/- 20
    • 21. Budget ProposalC os t of s u b b lock of 1 0 s ch ools : R s .3,60,000/- C os t of b lock of 30 s ch ools : R s .1 0,80,000/-C os t of s u b d ivis ion of 90 s ch ools : R s .32,40,000/- 21
    • 22. Budget Proposal To R u n O ne S ch ool F or O ne Ye arC os t of one b lack b oard : R s . 1 250 – 00cos t of 4 m ats : 4x85 R s . 340 – 00C os t of ch alk p ie ce b ox 6x20 R s . 1 20 – 00C os t of one d u s te r: 2x1 5 Rs. 30 – 00C os t of atte nd e nce re gis te r 1 x20 Rs. 20 – 00C os t of note b ooks 4x30x20 R s . 2400 – 00C os t of b all p e ns 2x30x5 R s . 300 – 00C os t of te ach ing aid for te ach e rs (s yllab u s b ooks ) R s . 1 20 – 00C os t of firs t aid kit: 4x1 65 Rs. 660 – 00 22
    • 23. Budget Proposal To R u n O ne S ch ool F or O ne Ye arH onorariu m for te ach e r 1 x1 500x1 2 R s .1 8,000 – 00P re lim inary training 1 x1 00x5d ays Rs. 500 – 00H alf-ye arly training 1 x1 00x5 D ays x2 Tim e s R s . 1 000 – 00M onth ly m e e ting 1 x65x1 2 Rs. 780 – 00 23
    • 24. Budget Proposal To ru n one s ch ool for one ye arTotal cos t for s ch ool / firs t aid kits R s . 5240 – 00Total cos t for te ach e rs & th e ir training R s . 20,280 – 00C os t of h onorariu m for s u p e rvis ors Rs. 2,1 00 – 00C os t of trave l e xp e ns e s for s u p e rvis ors Rs 1 ,240 – 00C os t of office e xp e ns e s / m is c. E xp e ns e s R s . 7,1 40 – 00 ------------------------Total cos t for one s ch ool for one ye ar R s . 36,000 – 00 -------------------------- 24
    • 25. FUTURE PLANSP rovid ing au d io-vis u alF acilitie sM ore e d u cational kitsC om p u te r le arningC ons tru cting s ch ool b u ild ings1 500 s ch ools b y th e e nd of m arch 201 2. 25
    • 26. APPEALD onate lib e rally b y cas h as we ll as kind and S u p p ort th e s acre d p roj ct e Vis it, ve rify, valid ate & vind icate S e rve p oor & s ave tax! Avail 1 00% tax b e ne fits ! S p ons or to e m p owe r! M ake a d iffe re nce ! 26
    • 27. Let us join hands to brighten the lives of rural, tribal, coastal children THANK YOU 27

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