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     Project Name: Foundation of Children Learning and Human Development


Date: 2007     



Project Contact

Asha Contact


  Institute of Social Work   

  Asha for Education Cornell University   


  29B, Chetla Central Road,

Kolkata – 700 027.   


Asha for Education

Cornell University

170, Uris Hall,

Ithaca – 14853.  


 091-33-2479 6607 / 2449 8685    








Part I: Information about your group/organization

Please feel free to attach any additional sheets and/or information such as brochures, press reports etc. 

1. Name of the group/organization requesting funds.

Institute of Social Work

2. When was the group established?


3. Briefly describe the motivation for starting this group.

      In1978, some young idealist social workers came together to build up an organization dedicated to serve the most exploited section of the society. The women and children of villages and slums were identified as this section and a comprehensive plan was worked out to bring about an integrated development of these people. Thus the institute of social work was born, and for more than three decades, it has steadfastly worked to achieve this goal.

4. Briefly describe the aims of your group.

  •  Integrated development for women and children.

  • Development of the outlook of the students through education and outreach programmes.

  • Cultural awakening and promotion of health fro women and children.

  • Development of imaginative power and creativity of the women and children.

  • Preparing children for admission in formal schools.

5. Does your group have any religious or political affiliation? If yes, please describe the type of affiliation and the reason for it.


6. What non education-related community development activities is your group involved in?

  1) Formation of Self Help Groups and micro credit programme.

2) Legal aid services for domestic violence on women.

3) Vocational Training of adolescent girls.


Part II: Details about your educational project/s


7. List the school/s run by your group, and their locations. If you are requesting funds for only a few of several schools, please specify which one/s.

  1) Sishu Bikas Bharati and Kishore Bikas Bharati at Barasat, North 24 Parganas

2) Pre School Education Center – Kidderpore Slum, Kolkata

3) Outreach – coaching class for adolescent girls at Kidderpore Slum, Kolkata

4) Lekhapara – Coaching class for children living at Railway track at Barasat, North 24 Parganas

5) Pre primary Education Center for fisherman community at Akra and Roytalla at South 24 Parganas

6) Pre primary Education Center at Joynagar, South 24 Parganas

Fund required for – (1) Sishu Bikas Bharati and Kishore Bikas Bharati at Barasat, North 24 Parganas

8. Location of school/s       ☐ Urban       ☐ Rural       ☐ Other urban slum areas

9. Specify the type of education provided (e.g. basic literacy, vocational training etc.).

     Basic Literacy, Vocational Training etc.

10. Please tell us about your teaching techniques (conventional vs. alternative).

  • Following curricula of main stream but teaching process follows alternative measures i.e. through workshops on games, painting, story telling etc. 

11. What is the literacy rate in the local community?

     Literacy rate in the local community - 79% - Male

59% - Female

12. Describe the socio-economic background of the children and their parents (e.g. education, occupational). If any of your students are employed, please tell us about that as well.

  • .Parents occupation – Agricultural farming and other casual day labourers.

  • Educational background – 20% - upto X H.S – 10%

25% - upto VIII B.A – 5%

Basic Literacy – 19%

  • 60% children age group 8 – 12 years helping their parents for agricultural work.

13. In addition to education, does your group provide any other services to the children in your schools (e.g. food, health care, clothing, etc.)?

  • Health Care

  • Food ( Occasional)


14. Does your school have:
Its own building(s):  ☐ Yes       ☐ No       Number      

Number and type of classrooms (e.g. Pukka):  4     

                  Yes  No   Yes  No   Yes  No

Toilets   ☐   ☐ Playground  ☐   ☐ Toys   ☐   ☐

Chairs & Tables  ☐   ☐ Blackboard  ☐   ☐ Library   ☐   ☐

Drinking water  ☐   ☐ Electricity  ☐   ☐ Computers  ☐   ☐

Laboratory   ☐   ☐     Teaching aids (e.g. books/slates)  ☐   ☐

15. How many children are currently enrolled in your school(s)?

Male  125         Female  225       Age Range      

16. How many staff are employed at your schools? Nine
Teachers  Graduate            Minimum Qualifications      

Other staff    2 Assistant & 2 Helper   

17. Average distance the children travel to attend your school    

One & half Kilometres   

18. How many children have gone through your program in the past five years and what are they doing currently? Please tell us about their future education and employment possibilities.

  • 1,750 children have gone through our programme in the past five years. 

  • They are continuing educations, formal education classes with other school and some are continuing with us.

  • We are helping the children to continue their education and keeping watch so that they could not drop out from school.

  • We are helping them to take admission any vocational training classes.

  • There are possibilities to get employment who passed Higher Secondary or any other Vocational courses.

19. Do you help your students with their future education efforts after they have passed out of your school?


20. Are there any other schools (Kindergarten/Balwadi, Elementary school, High school) in the area? If so, please list the schools and the range of classes each of them offers.

  • There is one Higher Secondary school and one Elementary school in the area, Elementary school offers I to IV class and High School offers I to X class. 

21. Is your program different from that provided at these schools? Please explain.

  1. Individual care for students.

  2. Special care for the children who could not follow their studies properly.

  3. Special classes for the children.

  4. Home visit by the teacher to know their domestic situation and encourage parents to sent their children at school.

  5. Guardians meeting arrangements for workshops and games for children.

  6. Taking care of Psychology of children.

22. Why are the children in your school/s not attending government/other schools in the local area?

    • The children getting special care by the teachers and teachers are trying to encourage the children by music, rhymes, games etc.

    • We have a big playground inside the school which was not other school in the local area.

    • Caring students by the teachers and connection with the families and freedom of children are the reasons attending our school.

23. Do you try to involve the parents of the children in the running of the school (e.g. in setting the syllabus etc.)? Please specify.

  • Every month we organize guardians meeting for each class and we explaining them about the syllabus and our teaching procedure.

  • As most of the parents could not understand the studies of higher classes, we mostly involve them at elementary level. 

  • During the meeting we show exercise books and other drawing painting materials to the guardians and taking suggestion about the procedure.

  • We always taking suggestions from the guardians regarding vacation period and examination procedure.

24. What are your expansion plans for the future (e.g. adding more classes or schools)?

  • We have a plan to keep these children for more hours at the school through Day Care Centre because most of the children coming from distressed families and they do not study at all after going back home and some children have to face situation of domestic violence against their mothers by which a trauma develop among them. So we will try to extend values, inspiration, confidence, strength, fellow feeling among the children so that in future they can be a part of Just Society.

25. Do you have any suggestions on how Asha can be a positive influence in changing the education scenario in India?

  •    Children at risk of marginalization in education are found in all societies. What they have in common are missed opportunities to develop their potential, realize their hopes and build a better future through education.  The care and education children receive in their earliest years affect the rest of their lives. Effective early childhood care and education can give children a better chance of escaping poverty and overcoming disadvantage. Many children of lower secondary school age are also out of school, either because they have not completed primary school or because they were unable to make the transition to lower secondary school. Institute of Social Work is trying its best to minimize this huge problem. Asha can join hands with organization like Institute of Social Work and others to overcome the situation and influenced to change the total scenario by their modest financial support, suggestions, materials, information and so on.

26. If possible, please provide us with the contact information of two individuals from your community who can describe the impact of your program


Name – Smt. Ranta Biswas




Name – Shri Amit Nag


Address Pratapaditya Road, Napara,

Barasat, North 24 Parganas.




Address Krishnagar Road,

Naba Pally.








Phone 9830332514




Phone 9433277018



27. Asha for Education requires reports from its projects every six months to continue funding. Please provide the contact information for the person from your group who will be responsible for these reports. 

Name Nupur Sanyal


Address - 29B, Chetla Central Road, Kolkata – 700 027.


Phone - 033 2479 6607 / 9830538368 (M)


Part III: Financial Details

Please feel free to attach any information such as annual reports, budgets etc. 

28. What sources fund your group’s activities at present? List the sources and the current and future funding from each of them. If these funds are meant for a specific part of your group’s activities, please describe those restrictions.

.  Donors Project Name

1) Friends of Kolkata a) Scholarship Project

Australia b) Computer Class

c) Spoken English Programme

d) Care Centre for Rural Children 

e) Coaching Center for Children living at

Railway Track

2) Asha Foundation for Education a) Foundation of Children Learning &

Human Development

3) Austrian Catholic Women’s a) Combat in equality through Political

Movement Empowerment of Women

b) Combating Physical Sexual &

Psychological Violence Against Women

4) Ray O’ Brien a) Looking for the Light by Rural Children

Angles of Heaven U.S.A of Fisherman

5) Embassy of Ireland a) Empowerment of Adolescent Girls By

Skill Development


29. Please provide us with details of your projected budget for the next 3 years:


Recurring costs

Fixed costs




2011 - 2012


(One Lac Ninety Thousands)



2012 - 2013


(Two Lac Twenty Six Thousands)


(Building Construction)


2013 - 2014

2,40.00 (Two Lac Forty Thousands)





















30. Salary expenditure details: 



Salary Range



  900 .00 – 2,000.00

Paid Staff


 800.00 - 4,000.00    

Volunteer Staff


 No Fixed Amount    


31. Please provide details of the fixed costs of your school/s for the next three years.

  Five Lac for Building Construction   

32. How many of your students pay school fees? Please provide details.

  School Fees – Rs. 10.00 per student

Total Students – 350 (Barasat) X Rs. 10.00 = 3,500.00 p.m

33. What amount are you requesting from Asha, and for what specific purpose?



One time / Annual




 Teacher Salary    






 Educational Materials   


  One time   





































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