Learning Lab: Developing eco system and enabling environment to nurture young lives

Rural India is still struggling with quality infrastructure. In this information age Learning outcomes depend on the access of information. Knowledge and information is treated as an economic resource. There is a wide gap or disparity in the availability, access and utilization of information between the rural and urban India.

Based on the philosophy Knowledge is powerful and can make a difference in the lives of communities and kids. We have promoted learning labs in rural villages. Learning lab is all about creating a conducive environment which is facilitating learning of kids residing in rural areas.

The main objective of the learning lab is to improve the learning outcomes of the kids. When we refer to learning outcomes, it implies change in the learning behaviour of kids by creating a space which is designed in a way that it can engage many people; education fellows(teachers), students, parents & volunteers.

As compared to students living in cities, the students residing in rural areas are often deprived of resources, infrastructure, and lack of access to a support system, which nurtures their intellectual development. The learning lab addresses all these issues.

A dedicated education fellow conducts classes on three subjects namely, English, mathematics, and science. Also, there is a well dedicated arrangement which supports the learning. The students have access to a book bank from where they can issue any book.

When it comes to holistic development of any child, recreation plays a vital role. There is a provision of indoor games as well, which adds value to all the students associated with the learning lab. It also provides career counselling to aspirant students.

These learning labs have been instrumental in conducting marathon classes during exams. The parent and student counselling and guidance sessions are the unique features of learning labs.

Delivery Model

Learning lab brings together all stakeholders, students, teachers, parents and village administration.

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Living in Shivpura village, Seema Bheel always struggled to fulfill her dreams of being an independent woman. With the flagship of SHG she; started her own business and installed an Aata Chakki.

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Living in Shivpura village, Seema Bheel always struggled to fulfill her dreams of being an independent woman. With the flagship of SHG she; started her own business and installed an Aata Chakki.

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