Slow Development of Indian NGOs and Government Schools.

The biggest industrial factor that restricts economic development in India is the weak political system. The combined political and administrative capacities of the states is very weak even though the states form a cohesive federation. India has a long way to go to catch up with developed countries when it comes to female literacy and employment opportunities. Eastern India has been lagging behind due to both economic factors and institutional arrangements. Recent decades have witnessed a gradual but significant deterioration in the quality of Free education provided in public institutions both for girls and boys. We need to redirection Eastern India is lagging behind Western India in many spheres. For one, it lags in the area of data collection and matching. Delhi, for example, has 15 data entry points for NGOs whereas Mumbai has only four. Also, while there are 33 million Indians living in Western India, only 23 million are eligible to vote; 15 million are not allowed to cast a ballot for a particular office due to language barriers. Current Proceedings of the Education reforms. The digitalization of the curriculum, but there needs to be a rethinking about how Eastern India can succeed in the global pool of `knowledge workers.' In fact, if we want to create a future where a literate person can open up their own business or go into professions like medicine without a college degree, many more. Over the last few decades, funding for research in Eastern India has lagged behind that in the West. This has had a deleterious effect on research in areas such as health and engineering. Despite this, many key technological advances—including the cells that make up the heart, which have been successfully transplanted into patients in Western hospitals—have been made. In fact, there are actually some patients in Western hospitals that receive heart transplants from patients in Eastern India.


There are a lot of pieces to understanding children. It’s important to look at how each child perceives different situations and how this influences their actions. There is much information available online about psychology, but we’re going to focus on how you can use this information to advocate for your child in the best possible light. As parents we have to realize that each kid is different and develop our own specific techniques for getting along with them in order to get the best out of them. There is much we can learn from our children. Research shows that """"even very small aspects of children's development can have huge effects on adult outcomes."""" For example, if a student displays one kind of emotion but has another hidden emotion, such as fear, this will have a huge impact on how the adult treats the child. Children's emotions are not always correctly identified or labeled. This can lead to a lot of confusion as parents try to help their kids with their emotions, unaware that they are doing more harm than good. Why is it so important? Child development and Children Learning is incredibly complicated. It's as if something's been set in stone, set in stone for thousands of years, yet we're still figuring it out. We don't yet fully understand the causes and effects of human behavior, but understanding child psychology helps us understand many aspects of early development. Later in life we can apply these insights to solve problems. Each person is unique and has their own characteristics, emotional makeup and behavior that develops as they grow older. The older you get, the more important your psychological development becomes. As we continue to develop as individuals, our needs change, our behaviors change, and our abilities change. Child psychology and development affects us in ways we realise only later in life. As parents, we need to understand our children’s development so we can equip them with the skills they need to succeed in life. In this section you will discover how characteristics such as confidence, self confidence, emotional intelligence, problem solving ability, empathy and perseverance can be used by teachers and parents to help children conduct themselves in an ethical and competent manner. Detailed Aspects to Child Development

Quality Management in Government Schools & Socio-cultural development

The biggest difference between education in the private and the public sectors is not what students learn but what teachers and principals do in order to deliver an unforgettable education. In recent years this has led to a shift in how government schools interact with their students and their parents. Students are brave and optimistic individuals who put their own ideals and interests above those of others. Despite being taught to be subservient to authority figures, children today resist taking orders from teachers and prefer to think for themselves. This makes them good role models for others because they always seek out new information and evaluate based on its merit. Let’s dive into Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Aspects of Education Spiritual development"" is also conducive to an emotionally healthy and prosperous childhood. Students should be encouraged to think about faith and moral issues from a young age, and that moral development should be given weight in the curriculum. Few social issues are more directly relevant to young people than climate change, and yet very few schools help their students think critically about the issue. Moral development involves supporting students to make considered choices around their behaviour and the values that provide a framework for how they choose to live."""" This may mean encouraging them to think more carefully about how they use welfare benefits or arrange their care-giving so as not to disadvantage themselves, for example. It may also mean bringing home the house on time so everyone has a meal each evening even if they can’t afford one themselves. Moral development does not consist in lecturing or attempting to convert others but encouraging them to think for themselves and act accordingly. Social Development involves to know how to stand up for others; how to compromise, hold firm, listen and accept other people's opinions, and how to express views even if they conflict with those of others.````Social development may consist of learning how to spread the work you do, developing the skills and knowledge about work that you already possess, or learning new skills that will enable you to do more effective work. All have value and should be pursued as part of your professional development. However, personal development acknowledges the fact that different people respond to different processes. Thus, some methods of social development might be more appropriate for some people than others.

A Democratic Work Model - Vibrant democracy at Prayatna

A democratic work model is one in which everybody has good subordinates and bosses and everybody can adjust his work status at will. It refers to a society where the rank and file can vote on issues, not just the senior people, because all constituents have some say in how things are run. This is distinct from a fully managerial model, in which the leader is seen as almost mythical—an ideal role model whose job it is to inspire people into being better managers themselves. Students in the fresh political atmosphere created by the Prayatna Authorities at the Centre are keen on performing certain tasks as suggested by their leaders with utmost dedication. For instance, they would like to form a “Mandal” to run their school/educational institution/operation in a democratic way. It is expected that these students will work hard and give their best efforts in fulfilling the conditions put by their political leaders The Cabinet is mandated to function as a collective organ. This mandates that elected members of the members draft and adopt policy and programme documents which are all modelled on the consolidated policies of the student matters and implementing rules of the Institution. Students in Prayatna Education NGO have the right to choose their local leaders via general elections held once in six months through written and electronic applications. Students have the right to elect one or more members of their school's student council to serve as their leader. Each student has two votes for choosing their candidate which makes it crucial that candidates represent a wide range of opinions among Why Prayatna’s Democratic Work Model?
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Youth Empowerment Program "Real Education is that which enables one to stand on one’s own Legs"

Every year since 1985, the Government of India observes 12th January, the Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda as National Youth Day. Prayatna, a leading NGO has been working to uplift the lives of underprivileged children by providing education and guidance. An awareness program has been organized by Prayatna to create awareness among the youth regarding Swami Vivekananda's life and his messages for youth. Mr. Parneet Sushil, Founder of Prayatna quoted, “It was felt that the philosophy of Swami Ji and the ideals for which he lived and worked could be a great source of inspiration for the Indian Youth.” Swami Vivekananda once said, “Whatever you think, that you will be. If you think yourselves weak, weak you will be; if you think yourselves strong, strong you will be.” The webinar was organized and fruitful discussions were welcomed by eminent personalities from various fields. The ideas and ideals of Swami Ji were part of their address. Vivekananda’s message was simple yet powerful. He conveyed his ideas directly to the people, especially to the youth. His message broke through the shackles of caste and creed and spoke of a language of universal brotherhood. What he said captures the great importance of his ideas and ideals among the youth in our country today. He personified the eternal energy of the youth and their restless quest for truth. It is entirely fitting that 12th January, the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, is observed as National Youth Day to rekindle the eternal message of this great patriot and son of India.