Quality Education for the Underprivileged

03
Jul

Redirecting the Children Prone to Child Labor

Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled, an NGO for the disabled and the underprivileged children in India has rescued many children who were on the brink of stepping into child labor. Over the years Samarthanam, an Indian NGO for the underprivileged children and the persons with disabilities has transformed into a happy place for many children

29
Jun

Understanding Right to Education

Education has always been at the forefront of public discourse related to human rights. Compulsory primary and secondary education which deals with basic skills like literacy have been the topic of much debate all over the world. In a large country like India, education is attempting to take centre stage through the pointing out of

29
Jun

Right to Education and the role of NGOs

Education has always been at the forefront of public discourse related to human rights. Compulsory primary and secondary education which deals with basic skills like literacy has been the topic of much debate all over the world. In a large country like India, education is attempting to take centre stage through the pointing out of

26
Jun

Every Child Cannot be an Einstein

Amit, a 10-year-old, is just not good at numbers. For him, Maths is a mental monster. But give him blocks, puzzles and games and his block constructions reveal his ability to think in terms of images and pictures. Or take the case of Reena, a fourth-grader. She’s not one of those high IQ types, but

23
May

Provision of Quality Education at Samarthanam Trust

Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled is a place where the main priority is providing quality education to disabled and underprivileged people. It consists of three schools- one for young children, a high school and a school for the intellectually disabled. Being one of India’s top NGOs, Samarthanam Trust has realised that the need of the

15
May

Samarthanam Vidhya Hastha provides education-related financial aid to the children of parents with disabilities

Vinitha L comes across as any other regular student who is in the bliss of the SSLC results week. However, when one digs deep into her life only to come up with tales of wonder, pride, and an overwhelming sense of happiness towards this child.   The daughter of two visually impaired parents, Vinitha is

09
May

A happy place for children with disabilities and the underprivileged

As summer draws to an end and rains begin frequenting the city, schools in Bangalore prepare themselves for reopening. Similarly, schools for the disabled brace for the upcoming academic session. One of the best schools for learning disabilities, Samarthanam, awaits the return of its students after their brief vacation with eagerness.   The enthusiastic smiles

25
Apr

Pedagogical Approach in an Inclusive Classroom

An inclusive school is one in which the teaching and learning, achievements, attitudes and the well-being of every child matters. An inclusive classroom is an educational term used to describe classes whose students possess a wide range of abilities and developmental levels. These classes may contain children with cognitive and physical ability levels considered normal

20
Apr

Caring for Children with Intellectual Disabilities

Teaching any grade is quite a challenge in itself as every child of every age is different. There are established set of protocols to handle the children of various grades which simplifies the art of teaching them. However, the rules and statistics never apply or imply to while handling children with intellectual disabilities. Intellectual disability