Feb 26, 2020

COMPUTER EDUCATION OF RURAL AND TRIBAL CHILDREN

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

ASSOCIATION FOR RURAL TRIBAL IMPROVEMENT

 Report of the project :

COMPUTER EDUCATION FOR 345 RURAL AND TRIBAL YOUTHS

 VILLAGES :                              Padagam, Arunageri mangalam villages.

Reporting period of the project:               26th February 2020

ARTI - India Wishes you,

Computer skill is very important in all aspects of our life. We conduct a computer coaching center for rural and tribal children’s in our area. Our children are complete the basic education to the age group of seventeen. We teach the basic computer skills in every child with the help of the computer educator. It helps to develop the knowledge to face all the circumstances in their life.

We organized two coaching centers functioning very well. Students studied very interesting and learn easily.  They believe that prepare the comparative exams, higher study’s and interviews of company jobs to face very well. This opportunity is very important and it helps to their future life development and stands the common platform in the stage. This project is need based and we believe that the children achieve their goal.

The board members of our Society are very much satisfied as they have received the feed backs from the parents of beneficiaries. We are ready to spend and are spending but due to raising costs it is imperative to raise funds as early as possible. Therefore we are reaching out to global individual donors for the assistance to this project through GlobalGiving.

 Your small donations will add up to great change. Your donations helps, a note book materials or a school uniforms, nutrition foods for a rural & Tribal children.  Thus, your donation plays a key role in contributing to educating them so that they can come out of the poverty cycle of their family and work towards whatever they aspire to be in their life.

 

Thank you..

M. KANNAMMAL

DIRECTOR – ARTI

Feb 13, 2020

EVENING STUDY- CHILDREN

EVENING STUDY
EVENING STUDY

ASSOCIATION FOR RURAL TRIBAL IMPROVEMENT

 REPORT OF THE PROJECT :

 EDUCATION – POOR RURAL AND TRIBAL CHILDREN IN INDIA

 VILLAGES :                        Padagam village, Arunageri mangalam village

 Reporting period of the project : 17th  February  2020

 

 

ARTI - India Wishes you,

 Project objective:

The objective of the project is to provide post school assistance in education to the deprived children of illiterate parents and parent less children to provide good education care and nutritious food to these children in the evening along with necessary medical checkup.

The needs that we have been fulfilled relate to the following:

Every child has equal right to education no matter which class, caste it comes from. Boys and girls both have equal right to education, considering the view; ARTI -society manages evening study centers in distinct remote villages for educational development of boys and girls. In EVENING STUDY CENTER, poor and deprived boys and girls get quality education absolutely FREE. We provide good education and care.

 

Association for Rural Tribal Improvement & GlobalGiving

As we have tied up with the GlobalGiving - about 93 children are being provided with necessary assistance. Now the students meet annual examination. so we provide quality teaching and essential educational materials.

Conclusin:

 The board members of our Society are very much satisfied as they have received the feed backs from the parents of beneficiaries. We are ready to spend and are spending but due to raising costs it is imperative to raise funds as early as possible. Therefore we are reaching out to global individual donors for the assistance to this project through GlobalGiving.

Your small donations will add up to great change. Your donations helps, a note book materials or a school uniforms, nutrition foods for a rural & Tribal children.  Thus, your donation plays a key role in contributing to educating them so that they can come out of the poverty cycle of their family and work towards whatever they aspire to be in their life.

Thank you..

Nov 27, 2019

COMPUTER EDUCATION OF RURAL AND TRIBAL CHILDREN

children learn happily
children learn happily

ASSOCIATION FOR RURAL TRIBAL IMPROVEMENT

 Report of the project :

COMPUTER EDUCATION FOR 345 RURAL AND TRIBAL YOUTHS

 VILLAGES :                              Padagam, Arunageri mangalam

 Reporting period of the project : 27th  NOVEMBER  2019

 

ARTI - India Wishes you,

   Computer skill is very important in all aspects of our life. We conduct a computer coaching center for rural and tribal children’s in our area. Our children are complete the basic education to the age group of seventeen. We teach the basic computer skills in every child with the help of the computer educator. It helps to develop the knowledge  to face all the circumstances in their life.

  We organized two coaching centers functioning very well. Students studied very interesting and learn easily.  They believe that prepare the comparative exams, higher study’s and interviews of company jobs to face very well. This opportunity is very important and it helps to their future life development and stand the common platform in the stage. This project is need based and we believe that the children achieve their goal.

  The board members of our Society are very much satisfied as they have received the feed backs from the parents of beneficiaries. We are ready to spend and are spending but due to raising costs it is imperative to raise funds as early as possible. Therefore we are reaching out to global individual donors for the assistance to this project through Global Giving.

          Your small donations will add up to great change. Your donations helps, a note book materials or a school uniforms, nutrition foods for a rural & Tribal children.  Thus, your donation plays a key role in contributing to educating them so that they can come out of the poverty cycle of their family and work towards whatever they aspire to be in their life.

Thank you..

M. KANNAMMAL

DIRECTOR - ARTI

 
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