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Continuity of Education

We are committed to provide free quality education to rural students using digital technologies.
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Goal : ₹30,000.00
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Education is the basic requirement for human development. With education, employment opportunities are broadened and income levels are increased.  The development of an individual and the progress of a nation depend on education.

 

Based on the data from National Family Health Survey-3, it was found that only 75 percent of the children in the age group 6 to 16 years were attending school. About 14 percent of the children never attended the school and 11 percent dropped out of school for various reasons. the dropouts among the children belonging to illiterate parents were four times higher than that of the literate parents. It was also observed that if parents were not working, the possibility of dropout among their children was relatively high. The study suggests that unless and until there is considerable improvement in the economic status of households and change in the social attitudes of parents, achieving the goal of universalization of school education will remain a major challenge for India.

 

According to the ministry of human resource development (MHRD), 62.1 million children are out of school in India. The 2011 Census estimated the figure at 84 million—nearly 20% of the age group covered under the Right to Education (RTE) Act. 

 

Modern economic growth has little room for people with rudimentary skills and low education levels. The age of assembly-line production has given way to newer technologies, with complex processes, requiring a better trained workforce. And that’s where things don’t look good for India. The quality of education in rural schools is dismal, on average. Among 14-18-year-olds surveyed by the ASER teams, only 43% could solve a class IV mathematics problem. This proportion was roughly the same among 14-year-olds as among 18-year-olds, showing that the problem of low learning outcomes was not resolved by remaining in school. Only 40% of 18-year-olds could take 10% off a given number. More than that percentage could not locate their state on a map of India.

 

Based on the statistics from Ministry of Education data (refer table 1); the average drop out %age among the top 10 states is 9%. There are states where the primary school drop out rate is as high as 12%.

 

Furthermore, the average number of dropouts gradually increase as the grades progress from Grade 1 to Grade 11 as shown in Table 2.

 

We at Srijan ka sankalp are bound to spread awareness on the importance of continuity in education.  To read more about out our “Saksham Bharat” projects on continuity of education click here.


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FAQ's

What is Srijan ka Sankalp?

Srijan ka Sankalp is a flagship project launched by Srijan ek Soch to address the three major issues of rural India i.e Education, Skill  & Health. The Saksham Bharat focuses on providing high quality education to rural kids by means of digital technologies.  Nipun Bharat programs and workshops help rural residents to attain required skill for employment. Whereas Swasth Bharat initiatives are tailored to provide free health services to the villagers.

How do you make sure the donations are spent wisely?

Srijan has a multi-tier governance structure in place to conduct the operations effectively. In adddition, village boards are formed to ensure our operations are conducted in the most transparent manner.

Is my donation tax-deductible?

Srijan ka Sankalp is govt recognized Non Government Organization with 12A Certification. We are working towards attaining the 80G certification and henceforth will be able to provide tax deductions certificates for the donations.

Where does my donation actually go?

You can selectively donate to any our mission Saksham Bharat (Education) , Nipun Bharat (Skill) and/or Swasth Bharat (Health). On our organization scale our efforts are focused on a 70% – 20% – 10% on the mentioned missions respectively.

How do you adopt a school?

Our efficient ground team volunteers visit the village and school and gather details such as demography, location etc. The details are then provided to the village selection committee and selections are based on a pre defined criteria. A village governance board is further made comprising of village residents for smooth and transparent functioning of our educational and other programs.

What percentage of my donation goes towards programs?

100 % of your donation goes towards the programs that we run. We have some paid volunteers who work for our cause and a small remuneration is paid.

What’s your goal?

Srijan’s goal is to provide rural students access to quality education by introducing various digital tools.  We are working hard towards our goal to reach 5 lakh students in 100 schools over 100 villages by the year 2022.

In addition to that we also strive to improve the livelihoods of the village resident by providing skill based workshops and periodic health checkups.

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