The dropout rate of children enrolled in Municipal Schools is a cause for concern in the battle against illiteracy. A majority of these children are first generation learners with little or no support at home. Study classes run by us offer students in class I and II extra tuition and help in order to cope with school learning.
Generally, all our classes are held in labor camps or at construction sites where a location, a tin shed or a room, is provided by the builder. But when such a facility is not available or is likely to take time setting up, we start our classes in School on Wheels or a temporary space close to the construction site location.
Teachers go over the school curriculum, giving children who find the regular school pace difficult, a second chance. Additional material and methods are used to reinforce basic reading and writing skills. Children are helped with school exercises and exam related material.
A large part of the funds as well as volunteering support come from individuals as well as builders who believe in our cause and the philosophy of this project. Since Study Center is part of an EAC, many of our funding partners also provide financial support to it as part of supporting the entire center. You can help by providing books, notebooks, school supplies, work books etc. Please contact our office if you have materials and supplies to offer.