Sneha(name changed) studying in class 7 is staying in Garudacharpalya near Whitefield which is far away from the school along with her father and grandparents.She was studying in a Tamil medium School in Chennai till class 4 and is very keen to continue her education in tamil medium in Bangalore and hence spends Rs. 40 per day as bus fare to come to school . Her class teacher appreciates her ability to mingle with her classmates and is good in her studies.Her father is working as a daily wage labour in a construction site.Now her mother is staying in Chennai along with her younger brother and sister. She is able to meet her mother and siblings during the summer vacation. It is her dream to continue her education and become a teacher and serve the society.
We continuously run various extracurricular programs in the school to attract and engage more children.
Puneet ( name changed) joined Ashwini Charitable Trust(ACT)when he was 7 years old. He is the first generation literate in his family which comprises of his father who is a cable mechanic, mother who works as a house maid and a younger sister who is now in Class 8. ACT has been instrumental in bringing about tremendous change in the 7 year old boy who stepped in with nothing but a supportive family which had enough faith in admitting their child at the trust. 10 years have gone by and he is currently in class 12 pursuing science at a prestigious college in Bangalore. As a child he was fond of bikes and cars and he wanted to study automobile engineering. His dream also grew along with him and now he works meticulously to get through the engineering exam entrance test for which ACT is guiding him. The volunteers at ACT, the career guidance sessions, computer training have helped him to hone his skills all along his journey. He serves an example to prove that transformations can happen with hard work and perseverance and his life can change for the better through education.
Activities for the months of May,June,July 2018
Children's Exhibition The students at ACT conducted an exhibition in order to show what they learnt during the summer holidays. On that day, they exhibited their skills in cookery, karate, photography, decoupage bottle art, canva, prezi presentation, singing and science experiments. The children as well as the invites enjoyed the exhibition thoroughly.
TCS World 10k Bangalore 2018 The students participated in TCS World 10k Bangalore. This year the students ran 6k Majja run along with the employes of a MNC in Bangalore. They had a great time and were provided food after the event
Workshop from Enfold Proactive Health Trust Enfold conducted classes for the children and mothers regarding personal safety,gender empowerment and how to avoid sexual abuses.
Kalakar cultural event at an MNC The students attended a cultural event conducted by an MNC in bangalore. They were given the opportunity to perform group song as well a s dance.in front of a audience of all the employees of the company.
Math and English assessments The senior children at ACT carried out Math as well as English assessments for the younger children so as to identify their academic level at the start of the academic year. Assessments also help in identifying the children who need extra help with their studies and assistance can be provided for the same.
Volunteering by Management students 57 students from a reputed Management college in Bangalore completed an internship for 10 days at ACT. During this period they engaged the children in skill building activities.
Sandhya studying in class 2 lost her mother few years back,now lives with her grandmother who works as a janitor who is struggling to take care of her grandchildren. Sandhya’s father is an alcoholic and does not take care of her. Her elder brother is an auto driver. Sandhya is regular in school and her ambition is to become a teacher. Her favourite subject is Tamil. Sandhya is very energetic and participates in various school games. She is very friendly and has lot of friends in school.
We at ACT are continuously run various extracurricular programs in the school to attract and engage more children.
We appeal for more funds through global giving, to help Sandhya and children like her so that the poverty stricken parents and their underprivileged children are attracted by the facilities and amenities of the school and come back to school regularly.