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RAZA EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY_AIESEC Bangalore

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2. A B O U T R A Z A RAZA EDUCATIONAL & SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY is a social organization dedicated to help the poor and deprived children and their families to overcome poverty, illiteracy and to attain a better standard of living. RESWS is a registered organization with no religious or political affiliations. RESWS work at the grass roots with specific poor and illiterate communities through income generation and non-formal education programs for the eradication of poverty and child labour. The approach "development and not charity" is the basic motto of RESWS. We advocate change by creating a state in which the deprived see their own situation in an objective way, their rights and responsibilities as children, youth, women, families and as citizens. Our objective is to address the rights and responsibilities of deprived and neglected street children, child labour, infants of very poor families and all poor women. 3. VISION To eradicate child labour and school drop out. To increase the number of literate women in the society. To provide good and high quality education at a low cost. To increase the number of women entrepreneurs in our society. 4. ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS 100% results were noticed in all the classes and very less drop outs. Participated in Deepika children's League: Competitions like Mehendi design, singing, solo song, Drama etc were held Total won prizes with certificate-17. Participated in Bala Mela Program "A movement towards a Childs self respect and determination". Participated in Mega science fair Held in Bangalore. Participated in Drawing Competition from Buoyancy for Oil and gas conservation. Participated in Arpitas Dance Program. We are pleased to inform you that our children in SSLC Board Exam are on progress. Every year the Pass is increasing, this year we got 92%. 5. The National Child Labour Project Scheme was started in 1988. Till 9th Plan 100 Projects were sanctioned for covering about 2.11 lakh children in 13 States. We, THE RAZA EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY, have been fighting child labour for 16 years. We run National Child Labour Program at our institution, where we train the drop outs in reading and writing skills and put them into our formal school-Excellent English School depending on their understanding and learning level. RAZA PROGRAM #1 6. Our formal school is called EXCELLENT ENGLISH SCHOOL, Bangalore. The school is located amidst the IT hub with around 600 students. The school conducts classes from kindergarten to X std under State Syllabus. The high school has the facility of smart classes. Extra curricular activities are always encouraged and we also have a cultural, arts and sports team. The school encourages children to learn computers and other life skills. RAZA PROGRAM #2 7. We train over 115 students in computer, spoken English and tailoring skills. We are currently running the 6th batch. Computer and Spoken English Training Each batch, comprises of 40 students attending YUVA English and Computer Basics - 6 days a week from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm. Apart from their regular course curriculum, the students also attend sessions on personality development. For these classes, we take them out of their regular class rooms thrice a week. These classes are conducted by an organization Dream-a-Dream. The students are also involved in several activities at our center that teach them the spirit of team work and other social skills. The activities involved collage work, group discussions on current affairs and debates. Tailoring & Embroidery Classes The batch comprises of 75 learners bifurcated into 3 batches equally. All the women who attend this training are young wives/mothers who have no employable skills. They are taught basic tailoring, embroidery, other fancy handwork. Most of the learners opt to work from home as there are family oppositions for working in garment factories and also they have to cope with their large family lives. RAZA PROGRAM #3 8. SEE WHAT CNN/IBN HAS TO SAY 9. DESTINATION RAZA 10. FOR MORE DETAILS, VISIT THEIR OFFICIAL WEBSITE: RAZA EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY

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