Women empowerment doesn’t end with education. In fact, it begins with practical knowledge. Jyoti, our community outreach programme aims at bringing awareness and development thorugh seminars and workshops on subjects ranging from banking to managing garbage at home. The programme has enabled a community of confident and socially responsible women over the past 10 years.
The members go into the slums or vice versa, the ladies living there are called to be given pep talks on ‘Swach Bharat’ or cleanliness of their own environment. Packing dry and wet garbage in separate bags, no littering or spitting or using roads as toilets, are all ingrained into their mind set, to create a transformation. Menstrual hygiene is discussed, stressing on not using rags or leaves during periods. Proper birth control methods, the ‘right’ touch and ‘wrong’ touch for children, and believing in them when they confide, instead of ignoring them and turning a blind eye. These are valid problems and terrors which persist, specially in large cities with slums. The Mandal takes on this difficult challenge, despite the sly smiles and suppressed laughter they may evoke.
Because cleanliness starts at our grass roots, and the ladies who live there, should practice this in their own homes as well as when they come to work in ours.
Children educated so far in Hindi medium, Adarsh Vidyalaya
Children educated so far in English medium RMM
Patients treated at medical facility every month
Women counselled so far
Volunteers & Staff
Senior Citizens engaged through Muskaan
Cataract operations done every year
Scholarships granted every year
Reading beyond curricullum helps shaping imagination. Our in-house library is well-equipped with thousands of books ranging from story books to inspiring autobiographies.
As the world goes digital, Computer training becomes imperative to be able to apply learning at work.
It’s imperative to inculcate social, human and cultural values in children at a very young age. Nandan, our ‘Baal Sanskar Kendra’ imparts moral and ethical value education in children from the slums through creative activities.
Primary education goes a long way in a building a child’s future. We run a BMC aided, Hindi medium Primary school to give less fortunate children from the neighboring slums, an access to quality education
Healthy competition is necessary to inculcate the spirit of sportsmanship in children. We encourage and prepare our students to participate in various interschool competitions and extra curricular activities.
Every years, we celebrate special days such as Sports Day and Annual Day for balancing learning with fun. It helps in development of their fitness and overall personality.
It is important that students get a break from studies every once in a while to engage in recreational activities. Both schools organise picnics so that children can step out of the classrooms and enjoy fun.
Quality education can groom children to be confident civilians capable of coping up in the highly competitive world. RMM engish High School was founded in 2006 to give