The percentage of school dropouts is extremely high in the area. Due to the financial and economic conditions of families, a lot of youth drop out of school and migrate to other states (Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Madhya Pradesh) for their livelihood in order to support their families. We mobilize support to save, protect and rebuild the lives of the poorest of the poor affected by crises and humanitarian disasters. By putting the rights of the marginalized at the heart of everything we do, Adarsh Org works to create a discrimination-free India where everyone lives a life of dignity, free from injustice and inequality. We’ve twelve Asha Kiran Centre for 660 drop-out school children.
In the process, the poor must be enabled to break free from the vicious circle of poverty, develop an alternative vision of their future, and set achievable goals. They must be equipped with the technical, organisational, negotiating, and networking skills that will facilitate the fulfilment of their goals.
Education is one of the building blocks of any nation. Adarsh Org recognizes the importance and relevance of education. With the aim of having; every child in; school and learning; its interventions are aimed at strengthening and ensuring the quality of education that children receive. The organisation also recognizes its responsibility to spread financial literacy and supports projects that aim at inculcating the same amongst members of society.
Child Education is one of the building blocks of any nation. Adarsh Org. recognizes the importance and relevance of education. With the motto ‘every child in ‘school and learning’, its interventions are aimed at strengthening and ensuring the quality of education that children receive. The organisation also recognizes its responsibility to spread financial literacy and supports projects that aim to inculcate the same amongst members of society.
Through working in the village area, Adarsh Org. realised that illiteracy is the main reason for the poverty and backwardness of villages. The root cause of illiteracy is the lack of awareness and information. These groups send their children for goat grazing or do other types of work; hence the children are deprived of mainstream education. The workers of Adarsh went village to village and explained the importance of education. Through this, the villagers realised that illiteracy is a big restriction in the way of progress and they decided to make their children educated by sending them to school.
Adarsh Shiksha Mandir: Upper Primary School, Seriya
The Adarsh Shiksha Mandir – Upper Primary School at Seriya Village in the Salumber block of Udaipur District was established in the year 1989. It is a Hindi medium Co-Education School. 12800 students read in the Up to 8th classes in it. Adarsh Shiksha Mandir has its rental (private) building.
Adarsh It Gyan Kendra
Adarsh IT Gyan Kendra, Salumber offers high quality and low-cost IT literacy program which offers a novel curriculum, excellent study material, and a learning management system in both local Hindi language and English. A state-of-the-art delivery mechanism leads to State University governed Examination and Certification.
Child Labour Rehabilities Center
Adarsh Org. the main aim is to involve child labourers with education and run them with the nation’s mainstream so children can get nutrition, health, and defence right so that children don’t compel to labour. About 600 child labourers students were rehabilitated to Govt. School with the help of the Udaipur and Dungarpur child labourer project.
This centre has involved 6 to 14th years boys and girls who were working in mineral mines, and labouring and doing domestic work. At this centre, 340 boys and 260 girls.
Asha Kiran Project
Child Development is a program of Rotary India Literacy Mission. The objective of this program is to send children back to school between the age group 7 to 14, especially the children from vulnerable tribal communities who have never been enrolled in any School or have dropped out of school. Also, the children who are not attending school, irregular or absent for more than 45 days without informing the school, and 480 children mainstreamed to Govt. School who drop out from school. The goal of this project is to facilitate these tribal children’s access to mainstream state-funded primary and/or elementary schools.