Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra

Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra

Girl’s Education

Average 45% of girls drop out of schools in Jharkhand after class 5 due to poverty, social stigma, household works and long distance of schools from villages. This results in early marriage and many of these girls become mother in adolescence, putting their life in danger. NBJK try to convince the parent of the girlsĀ about the importance of the education and support by providing school …Read More

 

Lord Buddha Home for Children

Homeless and destitute children are like any treasure deep in mud without any sign of gold inside them. Their lives mean just to survive and there may be a plenty of chances for them to be beggars, drug addicts, criminals or any kind of anti-social elements. These children do not deserve this certainly as they need opportunity like other children to prove themselves. NBJK with …Read More

 

Primary and Secondary education

NBJK envisions education as the first step towards development, particularly in the cases of rural children whose parents did not get proper opportunity for schooling. NBJK runs 5 high schools and 3 primary schools in villages where government schools are distant and even less in number to cover the school going population. These schools are: Surekha Prakashbhai Public School Amoli Apurva High School Chandrakala Devi …Read More

 

Non-Formal Education

A section of our children and adolescents does not get amicable circumstances to be educated and they miss the very skill of reading or writing to obtain further knowledge as hardship does not permit them to follow formal education system. NBJK with the kind support of AID offers 5 non-formal education centres for disadvantaged children in slum areas of Patna where they get primary education, …Read More

 

Remedial Coaching Centres

Due to poor teaching at government schools, it has been observed that students reaching class 10th do not know even fundamental of subjects like Maths, Science and English. Naturally they lose interest in subjects and ultimately add the number of either dropout, fail or pass outs with very poor marks in their matriculation. NBJK has felt the gravity of this problem related to rural school …Read More

 
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Child Rights – Child Reporters

United Nations Child Rights Convention held at Geneva in 1989. In that convention, representatives from 193 countries agreed on four Child Rights Rights to Survival Right to Development Right to Protection Right to Participation It was observed that no children in village schools knew about their rights. Even hardly any teacher knew about the rights of children. Unawareness about right affects the participation of children …Read More