Proactive Education for young Generation: The Action Plan that we are committed to accomplish are as follows:

  1. Offering holistic approach of teaching and learning by engaging in both traditional and non traditional approaches to education.
  2. Educating members of the society on inclusion, diversity, multilingualism that has an active role in enhancing Diversity Model.
  3. Offering result oriented dialogue with public, parents, and teachers on the topics of prevention of, and responses to, school drop-out, extremism, stereotyping and other socially harmful acts.
  4. Establishing, operating and maintaining teacher employment training, volunteer program and mentoring centre in support of our implementation plan.
  5. Offering innovative and effective courses, seminars and meetings; providing on-site (in home or in appropriate venues), culturally sensitive consultations to educate both parents and students.
  6. Promote multi generational learning by providing opportunities for youths to engage with peers, seniors, and parents.
  7. Create an educational model for engaging the youths with their day to day learning through Math Summer Camps, After School Programs.
  8. This project is aimed to educate and to reproduce high values in children enabling them to become good citizens. In such times of technological advancement, cultural and environmental changes it is important to reinforce behaviour and attitudes that get back to basics promoting creativity, strong family values and care for the environment.
  9. Computer education: Very much in demand in this modern age.
  10. English language: It’s about building self-confidence and helps young adults to obtain jobs in metropolitan cities.
  11. Yoga: Yoga means to join body and mind together. It has many benefits, not only for fitness but it also helps to facilitate concentration and focus.
  12. Spiritual lessons: We seem to have lost sight of our traditions, key values, and respects about society, elders and about our duties. It is important to observe our golden past and remember our Gods, Goddesses, Rishi-Munis(Holy Saints) and Gurus. We have many books and stories about these topics.
  13. Environmental study: Lately we are not as aware of the environment as we could be. Often we litter plastic and garbage in our surroundings. Now it is necessary to educate children about how to protect and preserve nature and natural resources.
  14. Group discussion: Many children are becoming addicted to television and mobile phone games which can affect mental aptitude and social skills. Through consideration and discussion we encourage children to explore other after school activities such as getting outside and being active or exploring arts, creative writing or reading for fun.
  15. Projector show: In addition to discussions and hands on activities we show short movies and cartoons about protecting the environment as well as slide shows to educate children on local flowers, herbs and birds in the area.
  16. Hands on learning by experience. For example, organizing a garbage pickup evening where everyone pitches in to help pick up a small amount of litter. This demonstrates that small changes can make a big difference. Part of this activity is also educating the children that some diseases can be caused by unhealthy surroundings.
  17. Development of creativity: Art exists in every human being but not everyone is aware of this. This part of the program aims to bring out art from the heart and mind by exploring such activities as drawing, colouring, mehandi(Heena), singing and dancing.
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