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SURYODAY- ACADEMIC SUPPORT FOR THE UNDERPRIVILEGED

One of the best ways to avoid being poor as an adult is to obtain a good education. Education makes people more productive. Suryoday, the weCan programme for the underprivileged, is providing academic support to many children from economically backward homes. The objective is to provide remedial intervention to children with learning gaps, so that the chances of becoming “dropouts” are minimized. This service is provided free of charge to under-privileged schools, orphanages and individual children from the  --------

The umbrella term ‘under-privileged’ can be divided into many segments, each having its unique character and issues. Our aim is to develop and standardize systems, materials and strategies, which will allow us to reach quality education to a larger number of children even in remote areas.

The WeCan Way

  • Strong emphasis on small groups- not more than 8-10 children to a teacher.

  • Initial base line assessments

  • Individual and group education plans

  • Customized content, workbooks, worksheets

  • All kinds of teaching aids- techniques using not ony chalk and talk but also audio-visual and other technology aided methods.

  • Trained, sensitive, passionate and a happy staff with a common vision and mission.

  • Process driven tried and tested strategies.

  • Emphasis on core subjects- Math and English, which affect all other subjects directly or indirectly.

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  • Continuous reviewing and fine-tuning, ultimate aim being to increase the learning outcome.