Educate an underprivileged tribal girl by Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti

Educate an underprivileged tribal girl

Impact

Every monthly donation helps to educate more girls like Suman

Suman was a 7-year-old child without any dreams. Simple joys like going to school and making friends were alien to her. Her father had a damaged kidney and her mother was a daily wage worker. Their extreme poverty neither allowed them to send her to school and nor were they able to fulfill her small needs.

RBKS intervened to help enroll Suman in their Boarding School. She was given free access to education, boarding and lodging, uniforms, shoes, socks, and food. With proper support, she now excels in academics and has discovered her talent in dancing. For someone who was a shy insecure child, she now performs the Kalbeliya, which is a folk dance of Rajasthan.

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About The Program

What the beneficiary gets
Tuition
What you get
Tax Exemption
Periodic Reports
Program Description

Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti runs 7 schools in tribal areas among the deprived and underdeveloped areas of Rajasthan. Close to 360 underprivileged and orphan girls in the age of 5 to 17 years get educated in these schools.

The beneficiaries are identified on the basis of their family annual income. The shortlisted girls are enrolled after a medical check-up. The organization assesses skills and level of education of the children on the basis of the previous academic reports and accordingly places them. The children are prepared gradually for residential and school life. The school and hostel are on the same campus for their safety and convenience. Along with quality education, the girls are provided nutritious food and holistic development to build their confidence and to promote overall growth.

Educating girls is a sure way to build better generations. Donate to this program and secure the education of an underprivileged girl.

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About The NGO

Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti
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Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti

Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti was established to create a society where people are educated, healthy, and empowered. They work in the fields of child development, livelihood enhancement, poverty eradication, rural development, natural resource management, skill enhancement, agriculture and livestock management, drinking water source creation, microcredit, etc.

They work for the integrated development of the community. Over 30000 tribal families have benefited from their programme. 17800 children have completed education from education centers and institutions run by RBKS. They have assisted more than 8500 families in Agriculture and Horticulture based livelihood promotion, Close to 5275 students have been enrolled in college and about 300 families have been served through their Cash crop and Vegetable Promotion.

For their hard work and dedication, they were awarded the Achievers Award by the Sanskriti Developmental work in Southern Rajasthan. They have successfully reached 7 schools, 12 colleges, and rural development activities in 641 villages.

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founders
Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

Girija Shankar Sharma

areas of operation
Area of Operation
Area of Operation

Girl Child | education

location of work
Location of Work
Location of Work

Rajasthan

awards
Awards And Recognitions
Awards And Recognitions

2015: Rajasthan Gaurav Award

last audited
Last Audited
Periodic Compliance Checks by GiveIndia

December 2018

reporting
Verification Visit Reports
Verification Visit Reports

Verification Report 1

Program Updates

Program Updates

28 November, 2021

Ongoing provision of learning opportunities during School Closure

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Activities and work undertaken in the last 5-6 months

This project enables girls in a remote rural community in Rajasthan to access education. We are committed to providing Education with a nurturing and inclusive learning environment. Schools are closed at present in line with Government restrictions due to Covid-19, but all girls enrolled at the school are being supported by additional teachers appointed by the organization. Girls are actively learning through online classes and smart classes as well. Older girl students receive guidance about skills and qualifications needed for different professions and vocations. They are supported to make applications for onward studies.For a couple of months, School was able to welcome back Class 6-12 class students in line with government health guidelines. (Younger pupils in Classes 1 to 5 were not permitted to return to school.) We develop Covid safe protocols for the girls going to school. Precautions were taken to keep all team members and children safe. The school closed again in April when lockdown measures were reintroduced.


Challenges faced and next steps

The long-term impact of the pandemic on children’s learning is extremely concerning. Hostel expenses are also increasing due to the closure of the school because girls are being given tuition in the hostel itself, for which separate teachers had to be appointed. Teaching-learning materials are also increased for girl’s use. Since the school closed there are greater differences in learning levels, so our focus will be given on learning level improvement and support of weaker students. The team is working on how to better support the individual learning needs of all students.


Stories from the ground

Geeta does not have a mother and her father is unable to get her a good education. Geeta has been associated with our education program for almost 9 years. Geeta belongs to Magavas village of Jhadol block and comes from a very poor family.Geeta is clever in her studies and she enjoys painting and drawing. She also makes Heena art very good in hands. Geeta participated in various competitions held at the state level and came first in the essay writing competition at the state level, as well as she has secured 70% in the 10th board exam, which is a great achievement.


23 March, 2021

Support girls education when school is closed

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School remains closed, in compliance with Indian legislation, which does not yet permit schools to reopen all classes. Children growing up in the marginalised community experience disadvantage without the pandemic compounding inequalities. We are therefore committed to ensuring that students enrolled at school are able to continue learning outside their normal classroom environment, while the school remains closed. However in January 2021 school reopened for class 9 to 12. While sending girls in school they follow covid-19 safety protocol. Teachers are continuing to keep in regular contact with these students, visiting them at hostel to provide learning materials and worksheets on a weekly basis and marking and discussing their work. We provide them tuition and provide learning, reading materials. Library books play important role this time as girls reading and enjoying story books. Big girls using reference books from library. Storytelling sessions happens on regular basis. Teaching them through smart classes.



5 August, 2020

Educate Tribal Girl Child with Smart Classes

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Educate Tribal Girl Child with Smart Classes




In education, we always ensure to provide quality education to the girls and so that girls can understand the topic easily and can learn well. We running multiple programmes for girls to fulfil their learning needs like running smart classes, organizing educational activities like quize competetion, drawing competetion and story telling organized among girls from our library books. To get good perecentage in board exam we provide extra coaching class to our 10th class girl students, this acedemic year 5 girls received extra coahing on all subjects. But their main focus was on science and math subject strengthning. In smart classes girls are learning through digital platform and visual content. By visual content they learn quickly and enjoy learning in smart classes.



19 November, 2019

Girls engaged in learning sessions

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Girls engaged in learning sessions







22 July, 2019

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Program Update


Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti started their education programme for girls in 1985 with 17 students in one school. Today they run seven schools, which cater to students from Grade 1 to Grade 12. These schools are all located in tribal populated areas of Jhadol and Kotra in Udaipur District, among the most deprived and under developed areas of Rajasthan. Girls residing in the hostel go home in summer vacations and on festivals like Diwali and Holi. Girls studying here are between 5 to 17 years. Girls are provided breakfast, lunch, evening tea with biscuit, fruits or toast and dinner. The school and hostel are on same campus so girls come to the hostel for lunch during school days. Typically breakfast is at 8.00 AM. One of Upma, Poha, Dalia is served. Lunch is at 12.30 PM and consists of Rice, dal, rotis and vegetables while dinner is at 7.00 p.m. and usually the girls have dal or vegetables with rotis


Activities in the school include -
1. Special Meditation classes
2. Yoga classes
3. Special classes for weak students
4. Spoken English Classes
5. Educational TV Channels
6. Dancing Classes
7. Dramas are conducted
8. Computer classes
9. Cooking Classes
Festivals Celebration
Diwali Celebration
Holi Celebration
Janamastmi Celebration
Navratri Celebration
Christmas Celebration
New Year Celebration
Children’s Day Celebration


Story from the field


My name is Geeta Chauhan. I am 15 Year old and Studying in Class IX. I am from Magwas Village of Jhadol Block, Udaipur District. My Father is handicapped and mother is no more. I have 4 Sisters. But all are married. We all lived in mud House. I used to cook food on stove and getting water from 4 km away from home. I don’t bath, wash clothes and brush my teeth regularly. We eat only Chapattis and Dal. I don’t go to school. I was only at home taking care of my father. There are lot of struggle in my life. I think that my life is limited to this only. My life changes When Hansraj Children Residential Home is inaugurated. I am one of the student from very first batch. When I was moving from my village to Hansraj Children Residential Home I was a little bit hesitated for a new place. But after a week I feel homely atmosphere over here. All the teachers and Warden love me like their daughter. Whenever a feel sad they comfort me. They teach how to speak in Hindi. Residing at Hansraj Children Residential School my schedule is very good. Proper hygiene is maintained over here. My interest is in Hockey and Football. I learn Drawing, Play Hockey, football and various game over here. I played football at district level championship. This was my biggest achievement in my life. And food is on plate, for water I never have to go out from Hansraj Children Residential School. I used to eat various kind of food other than Chapatti, Dal – roti. I love to eat chocolates, fruits, ice cream and Cakes. Now I am learning English speaking. I can introduce myself in English. My studies are on going very good. We have smart classes for better understanding the content of curriculum. Now a very confident in my life. I want to become Sports Teacher. Now Hansraj Children Residential School is like my Home. I enjoying here.


What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19?400
What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date110
Village/City/State where project is locatedUdaipur, Rajathan
Total Budget for the project for FY18-191334000
Total Expenses for the project YTD369600

23 May, 2019

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Program Update


Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti started their education programme for girls in 1985 with 17 students in one school. Today they run seven schools, which cater to students from Grade 1 to Grade 12. These schools are all located in tribal populated areas of Jhadol and Kotra in Udaipur District, among the most deprived and under developed areas of Rajasthan. Girls residing in the hostel go home in summer vacations and on festivals like Diwali and Holi. Girls studying here are between 5 to 17 years. Girls are provided breakfast, lunch, evening tea with biscuit, fruits or toast and dinner. The school and hostel are on same campus so girls come to the hostel for lunch during school days. Typically breakfast is at 8.00 AM. One of Upma, Poha, Dalia is served. Lunch is at 12.30 PM and consists of Rice, dal, rotis and vegetables while dinner is at 7.00 p.m. and usually the girls have dal or vegetables with rotis


Story from the field


Kisni is a 10 year old studying in Class I. She has 1 sisters.She is from Badgoan village of Girva block of Udaipur district. Kisni’s father is no more and her mother is labourer. So there is no one to take care of her at home. She didnt study at all. She has less interest in Study. Here at Rajasthan bal Kalyan Samiti deve;lop a interest in study by Samrt Classes and Digital Learning. Now she is more interested in styudying.
Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti is doing overall development of tribal Girls
Children came from tribal background where the literacy and hygiene levels are too low. They were very shy, introvert and unhygienic at the time of admission. But with our great effort and children support to lift themselves in society the tremendous modification are seen like talking in English, maintaining hygienic, Extrovert, Competitive towards participation and many more.
The Additional Classes:-



  1. Special Meditation classes

  2. Yoga classes

  3. Special classes for weak students

  4. Spoken English Classes

  5. Educational TV Channels

  6. Dancing Classes

  7. Dramas are conducted

  8. Computer classes

  9. Cooking Classes
    Festivals Celebration, Diwali Celebration, Holi Celebration, Janamastmi Celebration, Navratri Celebration, Christmas Celebration, New Year Celebration, Children’s Day Celebration


What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date100
Village/City/State where project is locatedUdaipur, Rajathan
Total Budget for the project for FY18-191120000
Total Expenses for the project YTD153197