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Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area

by TAMAS SOCIETY
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area
Nawa Janam, Reducing School Drop Outs in Slum Area

Summary

Early School Leavers or School Drop Outs are broadly defined as 8 to 16 years old who have left school with a lower secondary education or less. Beyond the cost to individuals, early school leaving hinders economic growth and competitiveness. High-tech modern economies need skilled workers and drop outs are more likely to claim social benefits, putting pressure on state resources. The proposed project by TS addresses the basic objectives towards giving the indispensable requirement of quality

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Challenge

The problem of 'being out of school; is a quite critical issue that creates not only problems of an uneducated future generation, but also contributes to the proliferation of antisocial elements in the country. Most of the out-of school children work as child labourers to ensure the survival of their families. Especially children who live in slums are the most vulnerable group facing the worst forms of abuse and exploitation at all levels, from the family, work place and the antisocial element

Solution

The proposed Nawa Janam Project is suggested as an alternative channel to provide educational opportunities for the above groups to continue their education without consideration of any barriers whatsoever.

Long-Term Impact

Direct Impact Significantly reduce the dropout rate in surrounding slums of Chetla area by enrolling 40 at risk students; Significantly reduction (Approx:20%-30%) in petty crime rates in surrounding slums of Chetla area; In Direct Impact Reduce suspension and expulsion rates through the implementation of a positive behavioral system, which incorporates students and parents in decision-making; To ensure a successful shift in the high school climate;

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Resources

https:/​/​www.tamassociety.com
https:/​/​www.linkedin.com/​in/​tamas-society-0a1a3045

Organization Information

TAMAS SOCIETY

Location: Kolkata, West Bengal - India
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Facebook: Facebook Page
Project Leader:
Tamas Society
Kolkata, West Bengal India

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