Dr. Rajendra Prasad is an example not just for Parivartan but also for the whole of India. Apart from being the first President of India, his resilience and modesty is an inspiration for all of us. To celebrate this hero and the values that he has left behind, Parivartan celebrated the Rajendra Prasad Jayanti on 3rd December, 2019.
To enable children to express themselves freely, it is important to cultivate self-confidence in them. Baal Manch, an event organized by Parivartan’s Education team, seeks to give students the platform to express and present their work in different forms in front of other fellow students and parents. This program aims to encourage students to express themselves in different ways under the supervision of our facilitators. This initiative boosts confidence in children.
Women in India have walked miles and have made their mark in different fields. However, women in rural India are still behind majorly due to lack of legal awareness and poverty. They are often deprived of rights and are unable to avail the legal services to which they are lawfully entitled under the Law. Understanding this, a Legal Aid Camp had been organized by Parivartan’s Mahila Samakhya team on 23rd and 24th November. The camp was organized under the guidance of Ms. Soni Srivastav and Ms. Shama Sinha, Advocate, Patna High Court.
A comprehensive report on Vigyanshala’s Science Workshop that was conducted under the guidance of renowned science expert, Mr. Samar Bagchi. The report gives a detailed account of the aims and objectives of the workshop in which both students and teachers participated.
Inculcating creativity and innovation through the medium of art, Camlin Parivartan Art Workshop aimed to give children and Parivartan staff the opportunity to learn the different artistic skills and techniques. This report gives a comprehensive account of the three-day workshop conducted by experts from Camlin India.
For a democratic country like India, informing citizens about the election dates is not enough. In order to help citizens take an informed decision, it is essential to sensitize them about the importance of participating in the electoral process. With the aim to motivate voters to exercise their voting power and provide information on the polling process, Parivartan’s team had organized an Election Awareness Campaign on 20th April. The campaign continued to spread awareness in 21 villages under our working area till 6th May.
Schools in rural communities focus on classroom learning more where students get very less chance to express and introspect themselves. To give them opportunity to learn and have fun at the same time, Parivartan has organized a Summer Camp- Hulchul from 21st to 27th May, 2019 at Parivartan campus. Through this programme we are attempting to bring children and adolescents together on a common platform, where they can interact, exchange, share and learn from each other’s experiences.
Parivartan volunteering and rural immersion program provides opportunities in leveraging your expertise in its on-going efforts. It facilitates understanding nature and complexities of rural communities with a highly flexible nature where Parivartan has become a cutting edge center with its standing in varied verticals. This report gives detailed account of the experiences of students from ISDM.
Parivartan seeks to revive lost art and craft in Jamalhata, establishing self-reliance and coherence in the community. Through Ravi’s journey at Parivartan, the story unravels the struggles, challenges and successes of Jamalhata as a community.
Parivartan is enabling space that not only gives every person the chance to realize their potential but also share their story that eventually becomes a pool of inspiration for many individuals. Rinku’s story is one of those stories that inspires many girls who dream of reaching the highest pinnacles of the sports world.
Parivartan’s Community Sports vertical is an initiative which aims to build enthusiasm, develop healthy competition, cultivate leadership skills, and inculcate the idea of social responsibility amongst the youth and children. It works to communicate the concept of inclusive development and sensitivity towards society and community. This initiative is known as Umang. Through intensive training and development programs, Umang aims to build the capacity of aspiring sports person.
There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women. Parivartan has undertaken sincere efforts in mobilizing women in several mahila samooh to enable and empower them through information and skills. This note shares the annual summit of rural women.
Parivartan seeks to translate and transplant changes in quality learning at government schools. The quality is often spoken about but there’re only few illustrations available. This note shares efforts towards bringing a long term systemic change in school setups.
A clear emphasis on reading through the primary classes is essential to give children a solid foundation for school learning. Poems brilliantly facilitate that. This note celebrates the significance of poems in the school environments.
It’s important to recognize and celebrate stories from grassroots as it creates spirals of inspiration. Community Sports initiative at Parivartan heavily rests on leadership capabilities of Youth Mentors who guide and assist CYLs in conducting meaningful and joyous sessions with children. This note shares stories of Tribhuvan and Anita.
Parivartan sincerely believes that it’s crucial to invest in capacity building of its staffs. This is done through exposure visits, intensive trainings and development conferences. Mr. Sameer Singh who works as Art Facilitator in education vertical undertook a 15 days train journey with likeminded 450 individuals from India and abroad. This note shares a reflection over yatra.