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Project Ankur is a Flagship Program of Ashwamedh Foundation. Blessy Varghese lead the project as Project Co-ordinator under Ms Sneha Sharma (Operations head) and Monitored and Evaluated by Mr. Abdul Hakim Ansari. This Presentation is prepared by Ms. Blessy Varghese

Project Ankur is a Flagship Program of Ashwamedh Foundation. Blessy Varghese lead the project as Project Co-ordinator under Ms Sneha Sharma (Operations head) and Monitored and Evaluated by Mr. Abdul Hakim Ansari. This Presentation is prepared by Ms. Blessy Varghese

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Project Ankur by Ashwamedh Foundation

  1. 1. A REPORT ON ‘PROJECT ANKUR’ ASHWAMEDH FOUNDATION’S FLAGSHIP PROGRAM (2017-2018) www.ashwamedhfoundation.org
  2. 2. Special thank to, Mr. DEEPAK DODDAMANI (Founder & President) Mr. ABHISHEK PANDURANGI (Member) Team Operation Ms. SNEHA SHARMA (VP & Operations head) Mr. ABDUL HAKIM ANSARI (Treasurer) Mr. JITENDRA PATEL (Secretary) Ms. BLESSY VARGHESE (Project Co-ordinator) Our Volunteers during the Project Ms. SAMA Ms. BETSY VARGHESE MBA Students (CSR Project) AISHWARYA & SHRADDHA from KBS, Vidyavihar
  3. 3. CONTENTS  Introduction to Project Ankur  Sessions details (1-20)  Final Words !
  4. 4. ABSTRACT This project report is about Project Ankur (2017-2018). Project Ankur was held in Mulanche Samarth Vidhyalay, Santacruz (E). It is a vernacular (Marathi medium) school for boys. . The main objective of the project was to develop their basic communication skills followed by basics of English and Maths. After few sessions students were divided into groups according to their ability to learn and individual attention was given to each of them. A total of 20 sessions were taken followed by revisions at a regular interval. Fun learning sessions were organized for them in order to brighten up the environment of study and their active interaction. Videos, games, quizzes and skits were organized for them to Active participation in studying. These children are the future of our country and if nurtured well, they can bring out the best in themselves and can grow as a person of values. Our motive is to help them create solid academic foundation at early age. We are thankful to all the Members, Volunteers and Donors who contributed to the success of Project Ankur (2017-2018)
  5. 5. INTRODUCTION Project Ankur is a flagship program of Ashwamedh Foundation. It focuses on “early development of students”. This project came into existence because of government’s rule of passing students till 8th standard of vernacular medium schools without any year drop, which had detrimental effects on the education system leading students with lack of basic knowledge and its importance in their life. Some of these students are not able to read and write even though they enter in secondary school. This basic right of education is undermined because of the government’s law of passing students without them qualifying for the next grade. Their intellectual skills needs to be brushed up in their primary school days. Hence our Project Ankur focuses on these students mainly of class 5th, 6th, and 7th and develop their intellect along with reading and writing skills, and basic Maths and English. This year we added public speaking skills and group discussion skills. When it comes to interaction with students regarding their studies we use fun learning technique which helps us see the optimum feedback of what we have taught the student. Lectures were taken by Ms. Sneha Sharma (Operations Head), Ms. Blessy Varghese (Project Co- Ordinator), Mr. Abdul Hakim Ansari and Mr. Jitendra Patel (Trustees) and Ms. Sama & Ms Betsy (Volunteers).
  6. 6. SESSION 1-20 Session No. And Topic About the session Session Leads and no. Of attendees 1. Intoduction Importance of gaining knowledge and building skills. Mr. DEEPAK DODDAMANI & Mr. ABHISHEK PANDURANGI (4) 2. Value Education Respecting others and making true friends. Ms. BLESSY VARGHESE (7) 3. English and GK Alphabets and basic GK ( Independence Day ) Ms. SNEHA SHARMA & Ms. BLESSY (5) 4. Alphabets Pronunciation of alphabets Ms. SAMA (4) 5. Alphabets (1st part) A-R and words starting with these alphabets followed by recitation. Ms. BLESSY (3) 6. Alphabets (2nd part) S-Z and words starting with these alphabets + Alphabet song Ms. SNEHA SHARMA, Ms. and Mr. ABDUL HAKIM ANSARI
  7. 7. Session No. And Topic About the session Session Leads & no. Of attendees 7. Word Families Revision of previous classes followed by introduction of word families. Ms. SNEHA & Ms. BLESSY (3) 8. Numbers Counting Ms. SNEHA & Ms. SAMA (3) 9. Days and months Days of the week and months of the week in English. Ms. SNEHA (3) 10. Maths Addition and subtraction followed by spelling of numbers and reading Ms. SNEHA & Ms. SAMA (2) 11. Videos Videos related to all previous sesssions followed by recitation of spellings. Ms. SNEHA (3) 12. English and sciencee Jumbled words & living and non- living things. Followed by dumshiraz. Ms. BLESSY & MR. ABDUL (2) 13. Self introduction Self introduction followed by revision of what was taaught in the previous class and some poetries. Mr. JITENDRA & Mr. ABDUL (5)
  8. 8. Session No. & Topic About the session Session Leads & no. Of attendees 14. Self introduction Self introduction followed by distribution of text books. Ms. SNEHA & MR. ABDUL (2) 15. Revision and maths Taught some chapters from the text books we distributed and tables alongwith revision of self introduction and Christmas celebration. Ms. SNEHA (4) 16. Group discussion Introduced them about group discussion by first demonstrating followed by their participation in the group discussion. Mr. ABDUL (2) 17. Categorization of students in groups 3 groups were made on the basis of their ability to remember what we have taught in the past sessions in order to bring them one step ahead what they already know. Mr. ABDUL & Ms. BLESSY (2) 18. English 3 groups were taught separately. Taught them what they didn’nt knew from all the past session. Ms. SNEHA & Mr. JITENDRA (6) 19. English and Maths Same as session 18 Ms. SNEHA ,Ms. AISHWARYA, and SHRADDHA (4) 20. Progress check Students progress was checked by Mr. DEEPAK & Mr. ABHISHEK (6)
  9. 9. FINAL WORDS ! Project Ankur is a flagship Program of Ashwamedh Foundation started in 2013. I was really fortunate that I got the opportunity to lead the Project Ankur (2017-18) as a Project Co-ordinator under the guidance of Ms. Sneha Sharma our Operations head and Mr. Abdul Hakim Ansari (Trustee). I am thankful to Mr. Jitendra Patel and Mr. Deepak Doddamani for all the support and encouragement I received throughout this Project. It was wonderful experience of working with vernacular medium school. I realized that every student is precious and unique. Every student needs personal attention and care. Condition of Marathi Medium Schools in Mumbai is very bad. Working with them was a total challenge. Thanks to my team of Ashwamedh Foundation who made it look so easy. It was truly enriching experience. Although we carried out lectures on every weekend, we never lose our focus from our goals and carried out the Project successfully with whatever limited Manpower and resources we had. This is incredible ! Relentless work of my team members have inspired me a lot. The experience that I had working with Ashwamedh Foundation on this project made me a good, selfless and hardworking human being. I learned that , whatever I’ve earned from the society I need to return it which will give meaning to my life. - Ms. Blessy Varghese (Project Co-ordinator of Project Ankur (2017-18; flagship program of Ashwamedh Foundation)
  10. 10. PRESENTED BY: MS. . BLESSY VARGHESE (PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR)

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