Ruchika Social Service Organisation

The mission is to help the children deprived of normal conditions of life and create a society free from child labor, exploitation and abandonment. As the development of these children is worthwhile when they become active participants and positive contributors to their communities, it is aimed to provide joyful and innovative education, health care, supplementary nutrition, recreation, counseling, vocational training, rehabilitation and repatriation services to these children.
Feb 7, 2017

Children's Science Exhibition

Srabani
Srabani

Kaling Foundation Trust, Bhubaneswar an organization dedicated to the causes of scientific development has organized a children's science exhibition called "Little Scientist-2017" at Bhubaneswar. Two little scientist from Kancha Sahi slum - Srabani (not her real name) and Barsha (not her real name), both in Class-V participated in the science exhibition with their innovative project title "Electricity can be produced from air" and it was highly appreciated by the visitors. Both the children got cash prizes of 100 rupees each from the Chief Guest and a certificate each from Kalinga Foundation.

Name of the science project:  Electricity can be produced from air.

Process: Firstly, take an iron rod and rewind it with copper wire. Then put it between two numbers of 'horse shoe magnet'. Connect the coil with the turbine. Put a table fan in full speed and put the air on the turbine. It will run by the force of the air. When the turbine will run, the coil will be run and it will produce electricity. 

Output: This type of project will be helpful for hilly areas to produce electricity and can be used for many purpose.

Barsha
Barsha
Feb 6, 2017

Children's Science Exhibition

Kanha
Kanha

Kanha (not his real name) and Narayan (not his real name) are from Kalaraput slum. They both study in Class-IV. Recently they have participated in the "Little Scientiest" - a science exhibition organized by Kalinga Foundation Trust, Bhubaneswar. Their project "Homemade Projector" was very interesting and got acclaimed by the visitors. They have got cash rewards 100 rupees each from the Chief Guest and a certificate from the organizers. Details of their project is given below:

Name of the Project :  Homemade Projector

Process:

A piece of thermocool be cut according to shape of a lense. Then the lense should be filled in the thormocool with adhesive. Make a stand with a big thermocool and two small pieces of thermocool. Put a torch light on the stand. Make a hole in the second thermocool in front of torch light. Set the lense in front of torch light. Now put the slide in front of lense light. 

Output: This can be used to watch funny pictures on wall as well as study.

Useful: It can be used in schools. Children can study easily. It is very useful for educationally backward children.

Narayan
Narayan
Dec 2, 2016

Striving towards change

Children are going to school
Children are going to school

Pratima (not her real name) and Pratap (not his real name) are siblings of about 12 and 11 years old respectively. Their parents are native of Nayagarh district but lived in Puri for some years.  These children were studying at Markendeswar Government Upper Primary School in Puri. Due to some problem they were migrated to Phuleswari slum in Patrapada, Bhubaneswar. Here these children didn’t get admission in school in the absence of proper documents. In the meantime, the teacher of the remedial center run by Ruchika Social Service Organization, Bhubaneswar came to know about the problems. She met the parents and understands their problems. Then she met the Principal of the nearby government school and tried to know the reason behind not admitting these children in school. After that, Ruchika team facilitated the process and interacted with the Education Department officials (OPEPA). Finally, the children were admitted in school and continuing their studies.

This quarter, Ruchika was able to facilitate 200 such admissions in to different government schools. 

 
   

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