All over India, appropriate platforms are created to bring to students quality education. From infrastructure development to curriculum planning, soft skill strengthening to building digital literacy and bridge education, SEED CSR works with students, teachers, parents and communities to nurture a culture of learning.
Training of Teachers (ToT) and capacity building programmes are geared to upgrade the quality of teaching bringing innovative methods into the classroom. Social infrastructure development and sports for development are other aspects that support the all-round development of boys and girls.
Due to the shortage of qualified teachers and lack of infrastructure and facilities in remote areas, quality education still eludes most school-children
Students are also provided school supplies such as a bag, stationery, books, uniform, etc. Monthly Parent-Teacher meetings are held to update the parents regarding the academic and co-curricular progress of their child. Focusing on creating a child-friendly environment, we invest heavily in school infrastructure.
SEED ensures that students are equipped with the resources and professional help, required to lead a happy, energetic and fun-filled childhood, where their natural curiosity is given free rein. Additionally, students are supported with a library facility, where they can improve and enhance their reading skills, a crucial developmental goal, particularly for young students.
Here the development of adequate playing spaces, provision of drinking water and up-gradation of toilet infrastructure plays an important role. Children are also engaged in various activities such as sports, dancing, singing, art and craft, etc. as part of the summer camp. This makes their vacation more enjoyable and helps them spend their time constructively.
Recreational activities are frequently organized, and children eagerly participate in sports and cultural events. Festivals are also celebrated with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm, and the entire community is involved in the festivities.