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Let us educate the deprived
Let us help to ameliorate the sufferings
Let us integrate the society
Holistic education to all
Holistic education to all
Holistic education to all
An education which transforms a human being into economically productive,
socially responsible and morally upright member of the society

Current Projects


DONATION FOR SCHOOLS SERVING WEAKER STRATA OF THE SOCIETY
  1. Annual Fee @ Rs 3000 per child
  2. Uniform of a poor child @ Rs 2000 per child
  3. Text Books for a poor Child @ Rs 1000 per child
  4. Salary of a teacher @ 3000 pm 
  5. Potable water fund Rs 5000 (Installation of one RO system may require 15-20 thousand depending on the capacity)
  6. Medical Fund  - School Children Any Amount
  7. Computer/furniture Fund  -  Any Amount
  8. Scholarship fund -  Any Amount
  9. Donate old Working Computer, text books and blank copies and stationery

    • Scholarship (9th standard-12th Standard)  Rs 5000 
    • Higher Technical and Medical Education        Rs 30,000 
    • Higher Education Rs 15000 

    • School Quality Improvement Funds
      1. School Teacher Fund Rs 3000 For teachers in Hindi, English and Maths
      2. Dress, Books and Ration Fund Any amount

    • SEFI Center Land and Building Fund Any Amount

ROSHNI Program, SOCIO-ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT FOUNDATION OF INDIA (SEFI)

Vision of Our “Roshni” program: To empower weaker through holistic education.

Scope: Project may cover one or more of the following:

* Enrollment of out-of-school children 

* Improve Retention of children in school

* Non-formal education programs for children who are not attending school 

* Use of modern techniques to enhance quality of learning 

* Skills and livelihood training for young adults to improve their employ-ability 

Background: As laid down in our objectives, we at SEFI are of the firm opinion that education is one of the most important inputs to development and betterment of the Society - educate to empower.

Times of India, reported on Friday, 23rd September, 16 -“8.4 Cr Indian Children don’t attend school”. These children who are excluded from education often face multiple and overlapping disadvantages in their life. What is holding these children back? Another problem is of drop outs. Why drop outs? It may be economic issues or mode of imparting education itself. The quality of education is also not of satisfactory standard in many schools, catering to the children of weaker sections of the society. Another major problem is employ-ability of educated youths. How to improve employ-ability of educated youths of weaker section? 

Government has come out with different schemes to address these problems but considering the size of problem any budget location may be grossly inadequate. Moreover the modality of disbursing funds is such that only few big NGOs with sufficient paraphernalia may fulfill the conditions to get these funds. There are large numbers of children going to small schools, catering to poor people, who will not be benefited from these schemes. The above “Roshni” program has been launched by SEFI to address this segment of the Society.

Our Execution Strategy: With the above objective in mind, we thought it prudent to start a program in a very small way. “Roshni” has been launched with two centres one  in NOIDA and other at Village Rauza Dargah, Gorakhpur.

 


 Soft-Skill Workshop for students of weaker section By “Prodigies and Pathfinder” group of SEFI 
Ihtesham, Muqtasid and Farzad three young members of “Prodigies and Pathfinder” group of SEFI conducted a workshop  on soft-skill in SSCA library for 25 students of Kanchan Public School, Nithari and Roshini Center, Sect27,NOIDA. Both participants and trainers thoroughly enjoyed the program. It was a grand success. 
Seeing the response, SEFI is  organizing another workshops on 16th Feb, 2019 at Emity School, Sector 8, NOIDA

1. Improve our existing Roshini Center at Indira Market NOIDA, in terms of infrastructure, teaching manpower and make it Digital class room-a model one. Start computer courses, math’s and English language courses to make senior boys more employable. A project has been already amounting to Rs 20 lakhs for  upgrading of Roshini Center, Indira Market into digital class room. 

Duration 1 year (In RS)

A Fixed unit unit cost          Annual exp

  1 Plastic Chairs/table 30 2,500 75,000

  2 Fans(3)cooler 1         11,000

  4 AC-computer Room 1 30,000 30,000

  5 White Board          2 1,000 2,000

  6 Interactive Flat Panel/tv 1 150,000       150,000

  7 Printer/scanner 1 15,000 15,000

  8 water Dispenser      1 500          500

  9 Wooden platform /Chairs Lab        26,000

  11 Projector       1 35,000 35,000

  12 Edu aids/learning tools Almirah(2),Inverter 1 55,000

14 First Aid facility           2,000

  16 Computers/Software 10 35,000 350,000

  Sub Tot A                          751,500

B Recurring

  Other than Human Resource

  1 computer stationery/Books           49,000

  2 Rent/ room       1 10,000 120,000

  4 Electricity/Cleaning 2,500 30,000

  6 Annual Day/Insurance         27,000

  Sub Tot                           226,000

  Human Resources

  1 Teachers 2/Guest Teacher 3/ sweeper salary 744,000

3 Conveyance        5 2,000 120,000

Sub Tot-H R                                   864,000

  Sub Tot- B                          1,090,000

  Total(Sub Tot A+ Sub Tot B)                1,841,500

Grand Tot(Including OH @12% )           2,062,480

2. Establish one more Roshini Center, fully digital class room, in most backward area in a Village.

Socio Ecconomy