Mothers of the children of VidyaVihar took an active part attending regular meetings where they interacted with members of Vivek Chetana to discuss the progress of their children. Regular counselling was also part of the programme. The ladies were encouraged to save money and open bank accounts.
Simple and unassuming though its name sounds the project was meant to educate underprivileged children. Coaching classes were held for these children on a regular basis. .Many students have been successful in their school exams after receiving guidance and help from dedicated teachers of the project. The children received new textbooks, exercise books to start […]
Vivek Chetana has always been keen to address the pressing concerns and needs of the community, especially women and children and taken care to bring smiles in their faces. With this aim in mind we have introduced this new project consisting of ten lonely uncared infirm elderly rural women living in and around Gangarampur village, […]
The new coaching centre to educate the girl child was established in 2017 in the village Bardeuli, near Gangarampur. At present over 60 nos girl students studying from kg to class IV are being provided with quality education by capable teachers.
Girl students are being coached at this centre by teachers, most of whom have been rendering voluntary service for the past several years.
This is an Adult Literacy Project which involves a large number of women in the villages surrounding Gangarampur in South 24 Parganas. The illiterate women here learn to read and write and keep their personal accounts. Vivek Chetana has introduced “Pr. Dayaprana Smriti Puraskar” for the best student. Other prizes are awarded to the students […]
In addition to all the ongoing supportive programmes a new measure was taken up in the 150th Birth Anniversary year of Sri Sarada Devi. Vivek Chetana introduced financial assistance for needy meritorious girl students to complete their education and enable them to build a career.
Vivek Chetana takes pride in the endearing relationship with the inmates of Alipore Women’s Correctional Home which has resulted in spectacular handcrafted items produced by them. The finished products touch everybody’s heart and are much appreciated by all.
Several physically challenged women have acquired a new lease of life by making and selling paper bags out of old newspapers supplied by Vivek Chetana.. We welcome more contributors.