Supplementary Education Program

The Supplementary Education, Community-based after-school learning programs with Child friendly environments to provide opportunities for every child to attain quality education in slums and rural areas. The aim is to provide quality education with valuable insights ensuring every child achieves basic competency in math and science. Through strategies that provide learning outcomes through individual attention to children, fun activities and local participation and accountability, BSAC has ensured that more than 300 children have been impacted by this program in year 2019-2020

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Supplementary education in schools for under-performing children

  • 6th to 8th std boys and girls are benefited through this program.
  • 5 schools with 100 children in Chennai corporation/Adi-Dravida Schools/ Government Schools are benefited.
  • Quality education and play way method teaching prevent the children from school dropouts.

Supplementary Education Centre in Community

  • 10 community centers for 3rd to 5th, 6th to 8th and 9 to 12th classes.
  • 200 children are getting benefited.
  • Each and every child are given individual attention and thought using different teaching materials like pic chart, practical science experiment etc, this prevent the children from memorizing the book and make the child understand the actual meaning and learn effectively.

Learning and Reading Circles

BSAC aims to encourage thoughtful discussion and a love of reading in young people. The intent of reading books is “to allow students to practice and develop the skills and strategies of good readers“.

With a keen interest in inculcating reading habits in children belonging to the community, BSAC’s main objective is to provide easy access to books and increasing awareness about the benefits of reading among school going children and the general public in the target group.

  • School library activities are conducted in 5 schools with more than 230 children from the 6th to 10th standards having access to books during school hours.
  • The community reading circle program also takes books to the doorsteps of the community by lending books to people in their houses twice a week. Reading circles formed in 5 target communities with community members allow them to have access to books regularly and also to promote the habit of reading.
  • International Book Day and International children Books Day is celebrated to motivate more individual to build reading habit.

Aarvam Skill Development

Skill development and training of human resources is imperative. Economic growth and development are attached to the demand that not only comprising Of raw materials but also skilled workforce that can drive the economic in the right direction.
BSAC hopes to bridge this opportunity gap by providing skill development and vocational training programmes to help adolescent children, youth and women become more employable and gain access to a variety of opportunities and attain financial independence.
BSAC provides dynamic skill programs that equip participants with technical skills and the soft and personal skills that are required to find and define a rewarding career,

Adolescent Life skill Psychology and empowerment Project (ALPEP)

Adolescent life skill psychology and empowerment project aims at protecting adolescent from anti-social activities and gives them awareness on moral issues. Adolescent from government schools and community children are benefited through this project.
As part of this project workshops are scheduled once in three months on topics like self-confidence, suicide prevention, early marriage, positive thinking, goal setting, relationship management with family and friends are thought to the children every week. To execute this effectively various methodologies like role play group discussion, interactive games, lectures and case history are carried out.
Weekly and daily activities on life skill education. extracurricular activities and soft skills are executed through out the year, Adolescent are trained on basic computer, tailoring, art & craft sports, cultural and reading activities.

Smile Twin E-Learning Program

Under the STEP program, more than 240 deserving students were trained in spoken English, computer skills, personality development, retail management, hospitality and tally. Important programs like career counseling, exposure visits and mock interview sessions are conducted to the students, which helped them immensely. Students trained in this program have been successfully placed in various companies such as banking industry, BPO, IT sectors, sales and marketing.
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Aarvam Tailoring Unit

In order to fight all odds, survive and succeed, women must learn to be financially independent. Women who are illiterate or have attended schools only till primary, get an opportunity to learn livelihood through cutting and tailoring. For women, tailoring provides an easiest way to generate an income of their own.
BSAC provides vocational training in cutting and tailoring to help women start-up a business of their own and become financially independent. Through BSAC training center our NGO intends to make women confident and self-sufficient. Women can have a brighter future by opting for this profession, there is a benefit that women can continue their work from home so that they can also manage their role as a home maker.
BSAC provides cutting and tailoring course where women can learn the art of designing cloths and stitching depending upon their interests. They can learn basic stitching or go for advanced course. We offer free tailoring course to adolescent girls in Vyasarpadi.
We also go for mobilization in the community to encourage women, girls and their parents to pursue this training in order to secure a source of income.

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