Adult Education-An Important Mission to Educate Youth in Developing India
NON FORMAL EDUCATION
NGO Sofia Works for non formal education to educate drop outs children and motivating them to go back to schools. We understand the need of right of education and work for it to help drop out children. We help drop outs children to catch up their studies back which they missed out for few reasons and getting them admissions again in school.
NGO Sofia apart from motivating children also convinces their parents who are illiterate and however unaware of value of education. They are mainly day labor, farmers, rickshaw pullers etc. They believe daughters can work for home only and sons are for earn extra income to earn survival cost for their family and therefore do not understand the value of their education.
Why children being drop out from schools?
• Girls drop out to help their families at home.
• Boys drop out to work for extra income to earn survival cost for family.
• Lack of separate girls toilets in schools is also a big reason to stop girls for attending schools
• Both girls and boys are also drop outs to help their younger siblings because parents go for work daily to earn daily bread and butter for family.
• Some children’s also drop out because they feel they cannot complete their syllabus and they don’t have much help at home to teach them
Seeking for drop out children’s and motivates them to go back to school.
Our associated team desperately works for finding drop out children’s and motivates them and their parents to send them back to school again for their studies. We have well trained and experienced teacher who helps them to motivate. They know the better ways to educate them and motivate them through various activities and programs.
Providing Help through various fun activities
As a part of their studies we frequently help them through various activities like drawing learning, music classes and many more. Through these activities they learn lots of skills and gain interest in studies. Our teachers help them through extra classes and motivation they needed.
ADMISSION IN 10TH AND 12TH
NGO SOFIA is a non-government organization (NGO) in India working for the welfare of poor and vulnerable children in Delhi, India apart from women, elders and youth. Children of poor families, where both parents go out to work are the most vulnerable. Their food, education and health needs are neglected. We have been working for the welfare of the women and girls since last one decade and providing coaching classes to them and make the able to get the admission in 10th class in National Institute of Open Schooling, MHRD Govt. of INDIA. Students can get the books from the board and can study privately by paying minimum fee to the concern board. We have succeeded to provide the admission to the girls and women in Delhi nearly 3500 students and provide free remedial classes to them to pass out the exam. Once a girls has passed 10th class so she is interested to take the admission in next class and most of the girls and women has passed twelfth and perusing graduation and other professional courses and some of them are in job in good companies because we have placed them in companies.
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Urdu/ Arabic Learning Centre
NGO Sofia promoting Urdu and Arabic language also provide teaching for them. We understand the value of these languages and also give importance to these languages. Now in the world of globalization we understand India does lots of business with gulf countries and thus Urdu and Arabic languages are most important for our country also. We at NGO Sofia provide training for these languages. We do different programs and activities at our learning centers to aware people about Urdu and Arabic languages. We conduct lots of surveys in different schools to aware students over there also about these languages.
Sofia has the authorized study centre of NCPUL (National council of promotion of Urdu Language) ministry of higher education Govt. of India and imparting training for calligraphy and graphic design in Urdu. Its really a unique programme by ministry of HRD and we are promoting Urdu and Arabic language in Govt. Or Private school and providing free classes to learn it with support of the concerned department. We organized so many exhibition to promote the Urdu Calligraphy in all the part of India.
Description for “Calligraphy Urdu/ English Classes & Professional Service”
# Enable yourself and your kids to learn stylish handwriting.
# Create their own Birthday Invites, Thank You Cards, Greeting Cards,Project Titles, Chart contents etc.
# Improves handwriting, develops infinity for words & fonts,Improves concentration
# It feels special with enhanced skills, give an opportunity to acquire unique talent all at a discounted cost
A school-wide approach to creating a safe, supportive and disciplined school. The department wants all state schools in Queensland to be safe, supportive and disciplined environments, where students can learn and achieve. A positive school-wide approach is used to create a school where all students are included and feel safe and supported. Every member of the school community (school staff, parents, students) has a role to play in creating a safe, supportive and disciplined school. There are a number of resources to support schools in developing a positive school-wide approach.
Statement of expectations for a disciplined school environment
Code of school behavior
Safe, supportive and disciplined school environment
Responsible behavior plan for students
School wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS)
Strengthening discipline in Queensland state schools is one of 15 strategies introduced under the government’s Great teachers = Great results initiative to lift standards of teaching and give schools more autonomy so they can get on with the job of providing a safe and supportive learning environment.
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Disciplinary strategies: Principals are encouraged to use a graduated response when dealing with inappropriate student behavior. Any disciplinary action should be fair and consistent and reflect the seriousness of the behavior and the student’s individual circumstances. There are a range of strategies that can be used in their schools as part of a planned approach to supporting students to meet the behavior expectations. Some of the new disciplinary options available to schools include non-school day detentions, community service interventions and discipline improvement plans. Suspensions, exclusions and cancellations of enrolment are used as a last resort, for serious behavior issues. Students and parents are able to talk with the school about the discipline options, or make an appeal about some types of disciplinary consequences. The procedures for disciplinary consequences are outlined in the Safe, supportive and disciplined school environment procedure External Link.
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Cyber safety: Being cyber safe and a good cybercitizen is about learning how to behave online. While there are tools and software that assist with safety and security, cyber safety in schools depends on everyone behaving appropriately when they are online.
We have been teaching 100 women in every financial year who never went to school and they are completely unable to read or write. We have designed a course for them and teach up to one year and after completion of one year, we conduct the exam with the support of NIOS (National institute of open schooling Govt. of INDIA) and certificate will be awarded after passing the exam. One of the women has passed the exam and got the award from Hon’ble Chief minister Smt. Sheela Dixit Govt. of NCT, Delhi.