CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD
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HEEMANISH MIDDE and JAYSHREE SAVLA
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
We would like to t...
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INDEX
About Manmad 4
Objectives 5
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ABOUT MANMAD
Manmad is a city in Na...
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OBJECTIVE
SCHOOL Focus
Objective: D...
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DAY 1, 09/02/2008, Saturday
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SUPPER TIME (5.30pm – 6.30pm)
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Hospital (11.00am – 11.30am)
People...
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Dog and the bone: We didn’t knew th...
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INFERENCES
The children
Are Discip...
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PROBLEMS
Poor library facilities
H...
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Bro. Edwin has been assigned the t...
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SOCIO–ECONOMIC STUDY
Banabai Katka...
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Abhay P. Nikalje
He is an auto dri...
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More than anything he is more conc...
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is tired of hard work. He is ready...
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Hindu – Wanjari by caste. They cel...
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INFERENCE
Even though the people h...
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LEARNINGS
Mumbai is not India
Bein...
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No Name of Student School Maths GK...
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BOARDING FACILITIES
Rooms
Office
T...
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Name: ____________________________...
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TRADE
1. Occupation:
2. Aspiration...
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Name______________________________...
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THANK YOU
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  1. 1. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 1 HEEMANISH MIDDE and JAYSHREE SAVLA XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH St. Xavier’s College Campus, 5, Mahapalika Marg, Mumbai – 400 001 Tel: 91 – 22 – 6522 1909/11, Fax: 91 – 22 – 2265 0607 E-mail: admin@ximr.com, Website: www.ximr.com CSR Project ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD
  2. 2. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 2 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank especially Bro. Edwin Rodrigues who has been instrumental in completion of this project and for generously sharing the available data and for his encouragement and patience throughout the duration of this project. We are also grateful to Fr. Maurice Henriques and Fr. Nazareth Gonsalves for their valuable support. We would also like to thank Fr. Paul Vaz, S.J., who was the initial instigator and early on provided advice and encouragement and Dr. Prof. K.N. Vaidyanathan for his constant support and inputs, Prof Macario for his Guidelines on the project. Heemanish Midde Jayshree Savla
  3. 3. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 3 INDEX About Manmad 4 Objectives 5 Boarding Activities and Observations 6 Inferences 10 Problems 11 Recommendations 11 Walk the talk with bro. Edwin 12 Socio economic study Socio economic study 13 Inference 18 Recommendations 18 Learning 19 List of tables Students performance in Aptitude test 20 Boarding facilities 21 SEC Questionnaire 22 St Xavier’s Boarding Questionnaire 24
  4. 4. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 4 ABOUT MANMAD Manmad is a city in Nashik district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the third largest town in Nashik district. It is very bigger in area as well as in population but still it is not a taluka place. Manmad houses offices of Food Corporation of India, Bharat Petroleum and Indian Oil. There is also a Sikh Gurudwara, which is the third Gurudwara to be constructed in India. Manmad is also one of the largest markets for onion producing farmers after Lasalgaon. Manmad is a major junction on Indian railways. It has the Central Railway Engineering workshop, which constructs and maintains railway bridges for central railways. Many of the farmers from nearby villages sell their farm produce in Manmad to wholesale traders, who in turn sell it in Mumbai. As of 2001 India census, Manmad had a population of 72,412. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Manmad has an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 81%, and female literacy is 69%. In Manmad, 13% of the population is under 6 years of age.
  5. 5. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 5 OBJECTIVE SCHOOL Focus Objective: Development and matching of skills Skills: Physical/Numerical/Equipment handling/Computer skills, etc. Take these skills to the Corporate OR gain information directly from the companies, about the skills they are looking for (for Corporate Team) If skill absent, suggest attributes of the skill, that the companies are looking for, so that an effective training program may be tailored, based on your recommendations. SOCIO ECONOMIC CULTURE Focus Objective: Consumer behavior research On the life of these people, would generally revolve around. Their perception on education and city life
  6. 6. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 6 DAY 1, 09/02/2008, Saturday PRE – INTRODUCTION (12.00am – 1.00pm) Younger Children playing marbles, elder ones working on the fields POST – LUNCH SESSION Introduction to each other (2.00pm – 2.30pm) Well mannered, well postured introduction, Std.5 to std.8 more attentive than std.9, but obedient. Were helping if anyone got stuck in their conversation Games (2.30pm– 4.00pm) Crane and crow: Very disciplined (everyone moved one at a time), No one cheated, no chaos Fashion designing from scrap: Excellent team-work, all gave 100% effort; team mates listened to their leader, no chaos, assignment completed before time, no sign of nervousness Family game: Attentive, honest EVENING SESSION Std.9 and Std.9 10 interview (4.00pm – 5.00pm) On field observation (5.00pm – 5.30pm) Passionate about work, unity, devotion to work, obedient (at the ring of bell everyone assembles), kids not working – play marbles ACTIVITIES AND OBSERVATIONS
  7. 7. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 7 SUPPER TIME (5.30pm – 6.30pm) Sat together to eat, cracked jokes on each other on the activities during the day, everyone took them in a healthy way, disciplined and systematic, no chaos at the serving place, meal was enjoyed even though it was bhakri, dal and onions, no fuss or complaints about food on less salt, all openly invited us for supper, washed their own utensils POST SUPPER SESSION Reviewing of photos (7.00pm – 8.00pm) All sat in an organized manner (height wise), only people wanting photos talked when required, others kept quite, all matured to take decision on selecting photographs, all laughed and enjoyed the photos but fast to settle, everyone attentive, no gossiping Movie: Daha vi Fa (8.00pm – 10.30pm) No fuss or chaos when movie got stuck, made no interruptions in between (for loo or getting warm clothes) DAY 2, 10/02/2008, Sunday DRAWING TEST (8.30am – 9.30am) Shared stationary, silent, completed in time, sat in one place throughout, no fuss in absence of light VISITS Girl’s boarding (10.00am – 11.00am) Girls did not shy away, greeted us well, and appeared to be more serious and studious than boys, clothes cleaner and neater than boys
  8. 8. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 8 Hospital (11.00am – 11.30am) People believe that medicine gives by sister have miraculous powers, 10% visiting people are affected with HIV Aids, and charges are less therefore affordable, nursing college opening shortly Panewadi Village (Samadhan’s and Nitin’s house) (11.30am – 3.00pm) Family members initially shy, very hospitable, very considerate, quite, not very well to do, still server us a very lavished lunch While photographing both males and females were standing far apart in group photo, could be culture coz elders were around Offered Jayshree Rs. 100, probably coz of culture EVENING SESSION On reaching Hostel Children still playing marbles, few working on broken pipe Aptitude test (Test: 4.30 – 5.30 Discussion: up to 6.45) Std 5, 6 and 7 eager to know on what’s going on, except 3 all attempted to solve/try till the end, eager to know the right answers, Discussed answers, had lot of doubts, questioned on the method, we went wrong and they corrected us Games (6.45pm – 9.00pm) Page folding race: Obedient, discipline, eager to know the rules of the game but were patient, played enthusiastically, good team support, cheering for each other, encouraged each other
  9. 9. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 9 Dog and the bone: We didn’t knew the game rules properly, they told us about it Distribution of pens and thank you note: Happily accepted pens and replied “thank you”, 4 students gave thank you notes to us Antakshari: Healthy competition, no informal fights, all sang together Dance: Very excited to learn about the dance session, obedient, disciplined and organized, invited us to dance DAY 3, 11/02/2008, Monday REGULAR TIME TABLE Exercise (5.50am – 6.15am) Exercise done by one std. 9 student, others follow Study time (6.15am – 7.30am) Took interview for std. 8, others probably studying Pre school preparation (7.30am – 9.15am) Wash their own clothes, all follow the time table strictly, breakfast SCHOOL Assembly (9.15am – 10.00am) School starts with assembly, visited to be computer lab, library, went through school magazine Recess (11.10am – 11.20am) Tea with Fr. Nazareth and others, discussed current situation of school and performance of std. 10 students Lecture (3.25pm – 4.00pm) Attended a lecture given to std 3, no benches, very enthusiastic, a want to learn, disciplined except few at the corner, boys more active, scared of teacher
  10. 10. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 10 INFERENCES The children Are Disciplined and systematic Are Obedient Have an Urge to learn Are Hard working Have Excellent in team work Are Enthusiastic and passionate about work Have a Good presence of mind Have poor knowledge of English as language Play marbles in free time Have no computer knowledge INFERENCES FROM APTITUDE TEST Good in communication in Marathi but very weak in English. Good in GK which shows they are updated with what’s going on around. Few average in mathematics, others weak. Majority has above average logic.
  11. 11. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 11 PROBLEMS Poor library facilities Hygiene not up to mark Week end time-table not productive Food facilities Scarcity of finance RECOMMENDATIONS Library facilities to be provided Library facilities on weekends Charts with English scripts and Marathi translation Utilize play hours for productive games like cricket, football etc rather than marbles
  12. 12. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 12 Bro. Edwin has been assigned the task of St. Xavier’s Boarding for one year. He put all his heart and soul to make this place a beautiful home for the kids. He has utilized the entire place in farming, gardens and planting trees the proceeds of which is used for the welfare of the boarders. He has best utilized all the unused old wood in making benches for the children to sit and read. Basket ball court is on its way. They are looking forward for computer education center in school, the work of which is in progress. They have planted around 200 trees in and around the campus. He has sorted out specific timings for food, study, work and exercise that have helped the kids to stay healthy mentally and physically. The food is very simple, healthy and nutritious (Masoor Dal and Bulgar, Bhakri and Onion) and the vegetables cultivated in the fields around. He has encouraged the kids to participate in various activities like sports and drama. He often organizes picnics for the kids, this year they went to Saputara in Madhya Pradest and Ankai Hills near by. According to him the reason for the poor financial conditions of the farmers is due to the absence of major industries other than Indian oil and the railway yard which provide very little and/or temporary employment. Hence the only source of income is agriculture. Walk the Talk with Bro. Edwin
  13. 13. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 13 SOCIO–ECONOMIC STUDY Banabai Katkade Initially reluctant to speak to us but when said that it was regarding her sons studies then she agreed. She is the mother of Nitin. Their Financial condition is very poor. She has sent her son to school so that he gets a better life. They want to give the best to their son so he studies and brings a better standard of living to his family. They think high of education and are willing to shift but due to high cost of living elsewhere they can’t think of it. They earn their livelihood by breaking stones (Wakari) which is a very unpredictable source of income. The money is proportional to the work they do and hence all the family members have to work. Their income is equal to their expenses, hardly anything is saved. Many a times they have borrowed at high interest rates to meet their daily expenses. She wants that her son should not go through the same hardships as they have gone through. In her family only her younger brother in law is educated. Since they have no agricultural land they are heavily dependent on the work available, hence the source of income is variable in nature.
  14. 14. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 14 Abhay P. Nikalje He is an auto driver and he repents that he lost the opportunity to education that he had when he was young. He could not complete his education till std. 10 coz he felt that life was easy. He came from a well to do family, money wasn’t an issue at that time and he owned a Maruti omni and a big house, however as time passed by he spent all the money. Today he has nothing but a small house a hired auto rickshaw, wife, mother, two sons and a daughter to look after. He repents that had he studied he would have got a better job in a factory and would have made a better living. Today he makes his livelihood by driving an auto the income of which is variable. He has to pay a daily rent of Rs. 60, but what he earns is far less to meet his expenses. He also has a debt for which he pays a monthly installment of Rs.1200. All in all his income is equal to his expenses and his saving is nil. He had undergone a training session at Mysore for counseling in HIV/AIDS, however there was no requirements for counselors at the near by hospitals. People suffering were averse and not willing to undergo counseling. There is a new center for HIV/AIDS coming nearby which could be of great importance to him as it could be a fixed source of income for him. However he is not very sure when the project would materialize. He is also interested in moving to cities; however his variable income doesn’t allow him to do that.
  15. 15. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 15 More than anything he is more concerned about his children’s education and does his level best to give them all that is possible. In fact to make addition to his limited needs he also participates in bands as a singer in “Bhajani Mandals”, in church, at weddings etc. Kamalbai Dashrath Sangale Her family is a joint family consisting of husband, three sons, one daughter and mother in law. The husband works in the factory, their standard of living is average. The family is dependent on him for livelihood. She does farming in the fields around the house. The main crops cultivated are bajra, maize, onions, groundnuts etc. but bajra is only used for house hold consumption. The rest of the produce is sold in the Manmad market. She also does wakari and often goes to factories to stitch gunny bags for onions. They have 3 cows and 2 goats. From what we observed, her husband appeared to be strict Bhimraj Karvari Wadhavne His family comprises of three sons, a brother and wife. He is a farmer by occupation. The income earned is very low, expenses are very high, however he manages to save. He has debts created out of agriculture. He cultivates onions, wheat, green chilies, brinjal and Bengal gram. Whatever is produced is sold in Manmad and Yeola markets. The availability of work is throughout the year but he feels that agriculture commands hard work of 16 hours a day and he
  16. 16. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 16 is tired of hard work. He is ready to work in city as well relocate in the nearby cities. In fact he was a manager in a small company near by but he was out of work due to its closure. This is reason for his shift to farming. During his spare time he goes to villages to meet his relatives in the nearby villages. And he is also a member of the “Swadhyay Parivar” which conducts “Satsang” (religious songs and prayers) He places a high importance to education which is why he wants his son to study and move ahead in life so that he doesn’t have to face the hardships as he does. He wants him to complete graduation and find a job in factory rather than doing agriculture. He believes that a farmer is “Annadatta”. He feels that new thoughts of the city should transcend to villages which would bring in new thoughts and better way of life to them. Gorakh Dagdu Sangle He is the son of Daulatram Dagdu Sangde but we find a great difference in the perception between him and his father. He completed his matriculation in Panewadi itself but finds it’s difficult to get a permanent job in factories nearby. Sometimes he gets temporary work in the factory nearby for painting, repairs etc which usually takes place in the months of January and March. His family comprises of his father, mother, one brother and one sister. He is
  17. 17. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 17 Hindu – Wanjari by caste. They celebrate all the Hindu festivals. Marathi is their spoken language. He could not perceive his further education coz of poor financial condition. Whatever is earned is spent so there is very little or no savings at all. Agriculture is carried out with little water hence the crops grown are bajra, maize since they require less water. Most of the produce is sold in the Manmad market. They strongly believe in superstitions this is evident from the following incidence, his elder sister died of some illness they attribute the cause to black magic. Navnath Daulatram Sangade His family comprises of his wife and his elder brothers family. He is a farmer. Whatever is earned is spent, no saving, huge debts (loss in onions). He did not pursue further education because he didn’t take it seriously that time. His brother works for railways and he is the bread winner of the family. He tries to collect information on latest advancements in agriculture. The major produce in his field comprises of onion, bajra, ground nut, wheat and maize. Most of the produce is sold in Manmad and Nandgaon. He is aware of the bank systems and the market. This year he had a bumper crop of onion which usually fetches Rs. 700 – Rs. 800 per quintal. But this year the rates were Rs. 150 – Rs. 160 per quintal. This led to huge losses and in turn huge debts.
  18. 18. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 18 INFERENCE Even though the people here are educated if not up to std. 10, they dependent only on agriculture due to the absence of major companies around. The farming here is unorganized and unplanned which may lead to all the farmers growing the same crop resulting in lower price for the produce. Their perspective towards education is very broad, however due to poor financial conditions they cannot pursue the same. They are very superstitious. There is no discrimination on the basis of gender. RECOMMENDATION Planned and organized farming Finding new markets with better prices Better governance Help of Panchayats for better co-ordination Better awareness through T.V and Radio Help from NGOs
  19. 19. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 19 LEARNINGS Mumbai is not India Being born and bought up in Mumbai, it was an eye opening experience for us. It was like a new world for us. The people their problems are so different. We knew about these but it was the first time we experienced it. Team building (students) Their co-ordination is excellent, given any assignment, they know whom to follow, or who will lead, no chaos no fights. Working despite hardships (students & people) Having so many problems especially financial, they believe in moving forward. Students know why they are staying is the boarding and they know what to do. People send their kids to school coz they don’t want their kids to fall in the same situation. High value for education Financial crises are the only thing that is taking them away from education. All have positive perception about education.
  20. 20. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 20 No Name of Student School Maths GK Comm. Logic Total 9 6 8 12 35 Std10 1 Siddhant Rajendra A. Ahire 46.86% 2 5 1 1 9 2 Dattu C. Kakad 59.59% 4 6 4 3 17 3 Ramsingh Arjun Yadav 48.20% 4 5 3 6 18 Std. 9 4 Sandeep B. Chavan 44.60% 1 5 4 6 16 5 Amol S. Shirode 48.81% 4 6 3 4 17 6 Shyam S. Bhide -- 2 3 5.5 1 11.5 7 Rishikesh B. Ahire -- 4 5 6.5 3 18.5 8 Ganesh P. Dalvi -- 1 5 5 1 12 9 Sandip Bhide 47.36% 0 5 6 5 16 Std 8 10 Dattu S. Sangde 31.88% 0 1 0 3 4 11 Swapnil S Jadhav 66.33% 2 5 5 4 16 12 Vikas Katkade 44.66% 2 3 2 3 10 13 Sandeep K. Yeole 45.55% 0 5 3 2 10 14 Rohit R. Hire 56.33% 0 4 5 3 12 15 Viraj R. Ahire 40.33% 4 3 3 2 12 16 Sagar V Kokane -- 0 5 1 0 6 17 Chetan K Sapata 57.00% 6 6 5 5 22 18 Kailash N Shinde 46.88% 2 4 5 2 13 19 Samadhan Sangle 35.88% 0 3 4 5 12 STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN APTITUDE TEST
  21. 21. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 21 BOARDING FACILITIES Rooms Office TV Room Guest Room Study room for std 10 Brother’s Room Boarding Master’s Room Sahitya Room Trunk Room Storeroom Hall Furniture Tables and Chairs Notice boards Lights and Fans Steel and wooden cupboards Dustbins Sewing Machine Cycles Fish tank Gas Stove & Cylinder Syntax Tanks Trunks as lockers Trees Banana Drumstick Coconut Guava 3 Gardens Bars for exercise Bathroom and toilet Quadrangle Appliances Telephone Cordless Phone Weighing scale TV (Haier) Welding Machine Stabilizer, Inverter & Meter Fridge Water Purifier (Kenstar) Geyser Computer with Printer & Scanner DVD Player Mike and Speakers 5 and 3 KW Motors Flour Mill Blacksmith’s Machine Kitchen Sheds Goat shed Rabbit Shed Chicken Shed Farming Maize Onions Cabbage Spinach Fenugreek Sports facilities Table tennis Basket ball Cricket Football Volleyball
  22. 22. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 22 Name: _________________________________________ Composition of Family: Males______ Females______ Children_______ Total _______ Age of Working Members: __________________________ Income: Fixed / Variable CULTURE 1. Religion & Caste: 2. Family Structure: Joint / Nuclear 3. Types of Houses: Pakka / Kaccha 4. Financial Status: a. Income: b. Savings: c. Expenses: d. Debts: 5. Food Habits: 6. Clothes: 7. Spare Time: 8. Festivals: 9. Cultural Groups: 10. Community Life: 11. Beliefs (Superstition): 12. Karta: 13. Languages: 14. Importance of Education: 15. Climate: 16. Position of Women: SOCIO–ECONOMIC STUDY QUESTIONNAIRE
  23. 23. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 23 TRADE 1. Occupation: 2. Aspirations: 3. Business Sense: 4. Openness to Relocate: 5. Skills: 6. Markets: 7. Source of Raw Material: 8. Mode of Payment: 9. Availability of Work: 10. Labor / Entrepreneur 11. Products (Awareness): LEGAL STRUCTURE 1. Anti Social Activities: 2. Social Security: 3. Governance: 4. Political Awareness: MISCELLANEOUS 1. Perception of city life: 2. Impact of Jesuit: REMARKS: _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________
  24. 24. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 24 Name__________________________________________ Age: _______ Gender: Male / Female Standard: 8th / 9th / 10th Hailing from: ACADEMICS 1. Academic Performance: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 2. Aptitude Score: 3. Communication skills: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 4. Computer proficiency: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 5. Extra Curricular Activities: 6. Physical Fitness: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 7. Favorite Subject: MISCELLANEOUS 1. Aspiration: 2. Hobbies: 3. Television programs: 4. About Family: REMARKS: _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ XAVIER’S BOARDING QUESTIONNAIRE
  25. 25. CSR Project: ST. XAVIER’S BOARDING, MANMAD XAVIER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH 25 THANK YOU

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