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WRG of NJ - 2010 Projects

WRG of NJ - 2010 Projects

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1. Sannidhi Vocational Training Institute, Ma Dham, Vrindavan
 Sannidhi Vocational Training Institute opens its doors on Basant Panchimi at Ma Dham on February 7, 2011 with Saraswati puja
See inaugural ribbon cutting ceremony in photographs above
WRG joined hands with Guild for Service and local partner “Akash Institute” to starta full-fledged Vocational Training Institute for rural youth
Guild for Service has generously offered needed class rooms at Ma Dham and WRGwill provide funds for initial capital and operational expenses
Targeted students are underprivileged rural youth from five villages around Vrindavan
Institute aims to spread knowledge and skills to rural youth and enable them to livetheir lives with dignity and respect
Institute plans to offer wide range of courses: English, Tutoring for High School Drop-outs to complete high school, Sales and Marketing, Travel and Tourism, Computers,Sewing and Tailoring, Beauty and Health and Hygiene
Minimum of high school is required to enroll except in drop-out coaching classes
Duration of various courses is between six to twelve months
To increase visibility and employment opportunities, final exams are to be held inDelhi
Institute aims to get accreditation from National Institute of Open Schooling
WRG wishes all the best to untiring Dr. Mohini Giri and Guild for Service
2. Sadhana Sangham International Vidyalaya, Bangalore
Glimpse of Sadhana Vidyalaya class room and students eating lunch
Sadhana Vidyalaya made a humble beginning in 2005 as a day school for the benefit of rural children and is located within the holistic living ashram ‘Sadhana Dhama’, 60kmsfrom Bangalore on Bangalore-Mysore highway.
It caters to the children in nearby villages and towns of Channapatna and Ramanagaram
Through modern education, children are empowered to face the challenges of modern lifeskillfully. With academic excellence founded upon holistic values, every child will be-come an integrated harmonious human being
WRG is supporting ten children from age 6 to 9 years. These children come from rural backgrounds, and going to school was only a dream for them
The ten children are getting a well rounded education, free mid-day hot meal and subsi-dized transportation
Besides a full education curriculum, they are being taught Yoga, meditation and chantingin accordance with the school’s holistic approach to life. Their education is enhanced bya newly added computer lab
Each One Teach One Charitable Foundation, Bangalore
Each One Teach One was started in Mumbai in 1983 and has opened branches since thenin Bangalore and Bhopal
Bangalore branch provides computer, tailoring, art and teacher training to young needyand deserving girls
4. Anandra Vocational School, Vasant Kunj, Delhi
Meet some of the alumni of Anandra project
Anandra Project had a successful year with 50 students completing their training in either tailoring and sewing or beauty courses by August 2010
Graduates of the program are either gainfully employed or self-employed
Serves villages of Mahrauli, Kishangarh, and Rangpura Pahari around Vasant Kunj
Regional Endeavor for the Advancement of the Disabled (READ) and Sewa Bharati runAnandra School
It gives to daughters of housemaids and menial workers opportunity to live life of dignityand financial independence
Both programs are structured with course syllabus, expectations and rewards
 Nominal fee of Rs.50/month is charged to keep students and their families motivated
Literacy classes are mandatory for all students
English classes were added in August 2010
5. Sewa Baharti, Paschim Vihar, Delhi
Sewa Bharati is the largest voluntary organization in Delhi
It targets economically weaker and socially neglected groups living in slums, shanty-towns and resettlement colonies
Their projects range from vocational training for young adults, medical assistance, childcare, educational and extracurricular activities for street children, adult literacy, groupmarriages and the like
WRG supports Sewa Bharati Center in Paschim Vihar, Delhi for 2010 for computer, sew-ing & tailoring, and beauty classes for girls from area slums

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