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Center For Social Security Action & Research (CSSAR)

Primary education
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Support an underprivileged child with remedial classes
Awards & Recognition
Best NGO award
Last audited December 2018
Provided Remedial Classes To 556 Underprivileged Children
Centre for Social Security and Research aims at strengthening urban poor communities, especially the slum dwellers to participate in the development process for claiming their rights. Students who used to drop out of the schools because of unsatisfactory teaching methods or lack of finances to afford a tutor are regularly attending school these days owing to the remedial classes conducted by CSSAR. The education programme fills the gaps in school education and sustains the interest of children and their parents in a formal education system. The teachers pay individual attention to the students to have a better understanding of the subject. This has helped in enhancing their performance in their schools and motivated them to pursue higher studies.Spoken English classes are also conducted for secondary level school students to enhance their communication skills and make them better equipped for the future. Remedial classes to the school going slum girl children are conducted separately to reach out to the girls in the slums who are generally side-lined or neglected in the education system due to various constraints. So far, CSSAR has educated 3104 children. About 500 children attend the remedial classes every year.
Leadership Yogendra Jha
Expenses incurred in the education of children
Shiksha Shakti run by CSSAR, is a targeted programme for underprivileged slum children in which special coaching is provided to improve their education level. The programme complements the school education. Children, in primary school facing learning challenges and are from families that fall below Poverty Line (BPL), are identified for this program. After school classes from 2 pm to 7 pm are conducted in the slums and teachers are recruited preferably from within the community. An ideal teacher-student ratio is 1:15 is maintained and a quarterly test is conducted to monitor the progress of the children.The children are grouped according to their grade and given special attention. The children with this additional support become confident and start performing better in school. After a period of remedial classes, many children become stable and no longer need additional support. When you support this program, an unfortunate child can manage to avert failure.

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