Child Reformation Center
Neshna Trust in consortium with Green India Trust and Strada Dei Putei.
The child reformation center is to provide tuition for 2nd-class to 7th-class students in the adopted village.
Activities are carried out in Three Districts in 43 Villages :
2. Prakasham and
3. East Godavari.
1. Nellore :
Kovur Taluka – 1 Village),
Vidavaluru Taluka – 11 villages
Kavali Taluka – 11 villages
Singarayakonda and Ulavapadu Taluka – 10 villages
3. East Godawari:
Mughaltur Taluka – 10 villages
From the above centers, nearly 1049 kids are benefiting from this program.
PROJECT ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
We have appointed teachers for each center and a supervisor was appointed for a province consisting of 10 villages. The supervisor visits all the centers daily and monitors the attendance and performance of both teachers and students and informs the daily feedback project in charge.
TIMETABLE FOR CHILD REFORMATION CENTER
In each Centre, the classes are carried out for two and a half hours a day with a specified Time Table
|1||10 Mins||Matsya Gayathri chanting|
|2||50 Mins||Completion of the homeworks given in the school|
|3||30 Mins||Shlokas , poems, moral sayings ,Thought of the day, amritha vachanas are teached according to the monthly timetable.|
|4||30 Mins||Patriotic songs , moral stories , Abinava songs( Baalgeth ) , quiz and personal development classes.|
|5||30 Mins||Teaching and making them to play cultural games, asanas , yoga and activities like pandaribhajan, kolatam etc.|
- Training program :
The teacher training program was carried out on the 2nd day of each month, in this, we focus not only on the problems at the center but also on what they have taught to children in running months and evaluate how far the children have learned from them.
This training program will help the teachers learn new things and overcome their shortcomings and improve their teaching skills. Through this program, they learn about student learning and behavior.
Supervisors meet/training program was held on the 15th or 16th of each month which mainly focuses on the activities of the centers and improvement of student’s attendance and their capability. Every two months, two or more centers come together and present what they have learned at the center.
Teacher Training Program Supervisors Training Program
ACTIVITIES OF CHILD REFORMATION CENTERS(CRC)
Some of the activities carried out in CRC are These Child reform centers act like knowledge upgrading institutions, this center kids learn the following :
- Homework, Computer knowledge, and Typing,
- Self-defense for girls
- Handwriting –copy writings
- Target studies
- Drawing Classes
- competition –math Drawing classes
The word yoga in Sanskrit means to yoke or union. In the practice of yoga, humans seek to create a union between the mind and the body, which is a 5000-year-old tradition.
In India, monks went into the seclusions for years with the goal of creating a disease-free strong body. The intention was to do hours of meditation sitting at a place but it was difficult with the achy body. So the postures of yoga were created with a specific health purpose – to detoxify the body, realign the musculature, strengthen muscles and create flexibility.
So CRCs are training yoga for kids to improve their health and strengthen them mentally and physically.
The history of games dates to the ancient human past. Games are an integral part of all cultures and are one of the oldest forms of human social interaction. They are formalized expressions of play that allow people to go beyond immediate imagination and direct physical activity. Common features of games include uncertainty of outcome, agreed-upon rules, competition, separate place and time, elements of fiction, elements of chance, prescribed goals, and personal enjoyment. We are conducting games like Game of opposites, Game of goats and tigers, Blind man’s buff, follow my leader, hopscotch, Memory games,Tag, kabaddi, kho kho, Drama of Ramayana, Leadership games, Ordering sequencing games, singing patriotic songs and by that encouraging their teamwork, stimulates creativity, concentration, and memory. Playing team games improves the leadership qualities of the kids.
The cultural activities enhance the confidence level of students, which allows students to perform better. Activities will develop the personality of students and assist the students in good careers. Many cultural activities are taught in the center, some of them include kolatam, a dance celebrating festivals, and Rangoli, etc., Kolatam s a stick dance and a very popular dance in Andhra Pradesh. The dance form originated in the Seventh century which is perfectly amazing and entertaining people till now.
Prizes are distributed to the children who show the best performance. At this event, Local leaders were invited.
During historical festivals and specialized occasions, we are conducting competitive examinations like drawings and Essay writing, and prizes are distributed to the winners and participants.