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Annual Report 2015-16

JAYAPRAKASH NARAYAN MEMORIAL TRUST


CONTENTS DIRECTOR‘S MESSAGE……………….…..……………………...……….…. 3 ABOUT VIDYA & CHILD…………….…………………………………………..5 Mission, Objective & Beliefs OUR JOURNEY & ACHIEVEMENTS…….…………………..………………. 7 CENTRES & OUTREACH……………………………………………………..10 NEW INITIATIVES & HIGHLIGHTS 2015-16.………………………..……...12 EVENT SNAPSHOTS……………..……....….………...………...…….……. 15 PROGRAMME PORTFOLIO …………………………………………..…..….18 School Programme | After School Support Programme (ASSP) Foundation Programme (FP) | NIOS Support Programme Arts & Performing Arts Programme (A&PA) | Life Skills Programme Support Programmes PROJECT IMPACT—EMPOWERING LIVES……………………………... 32 TEAM MAKES THE DREAM WORK……………..…..…………….....…… 34 CAPACITY BUILDING……………………………………………………..…. 35 OUR SUPPORTERS ………………………….……………...…………….. 37 Corporate Partnerships | Institutional Partners | Grant Supporters Programme Partners | Individual Donors | Volunteer Support ORGANISATIONAL DETAILS………….……...…….……….…..…..…..….39 FINANCIALS & DISCLOSURES…….……………………………….………40 CONTACT US……………………….……………….…………………..……..51


Director’s Message Dear Friends, Heartiest Greetings to the entire Vidya & Child family – staff, volunteers, donors, vendors, associates & all our well-wishers and supporters. It gives me immense pleasure to present before you a synopsis of Vidya & Child’s progress and achievements through this Annual Report for 2015 - 2016. All through the last 18 years of our journey, and also going forward, children have been the reason for our existence. Our motto of ―Exploring the Uniqueness in Each Child‖ is the foundation that drives our every thought and action. With this child-centric approach, we endeavour to provide a creative learning environment to each child, along with instilling values, with the hope that that this will enable them to grow into responsible individuals of the community, the country, and the world at large. We have had our share of ups and downs. But each low has been a learning experience for us and has strengthened our resolve to rise above the hurdles to move closer to our objective. Our children (and the parent community we work with) have boosted our energy and provided us the impetus to move forward, no matter what. Their perseverance and determination in handling different situations that life throws at them has made them winners against all odds. This motivates us and makes us more determined to further boost our efforts towards our goal. There are times when we do realise that there is not much that we can do to change things around them. But at these times, we strive to remember that what we sow within them is all that will matter in the years to come - to them as individuals now, as also in the future. Many of our children who are pursuing higher studies in their chosen fields are first generation learners. They have become role models for their younger siblings and also for the other aspirants in the community. They stand testimony to their unstinted efforts and bring a ray of hope for their parents who have supported them through thick and thin. The thought that the children are doing well in their jobs, and being financially stable, are also supporting their younger siblings and parents, is a matter of pride for us. It further reinforces our belief that the support that a child receives all through the formative years of his life plays a pivotal role in shaping up his life in the years to come. -3-


Director’s Message‌.contd. In the year 2015-16, the focus continued to be consolidation of all internal processes across all Vidya & Child programmes; building capacities across the organization, and building a connect with all employees and staff towards a common vision and the organizational goal - this being an exercise that will take the next 3 to 5 years to complete across the organisation, in a synergised process taking all stake - holders together. The entire Vidya & Child team joins me in extending our gratitude to all those who have continued to believe in us, thus giving us the energy and motivation to carry on with our work to make many more dreams come true. With renewed vigour and enthusiasm, we shall continue our journey to educate, enable and empower children for a better, brighter future.

Warm regards,

Supriya Akhaury Director, Vidya & Child Jayaprakash Narayan Memorial Trust

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ABOUT US Mission Vidya & Child works with the mission to help bridge the gap for those children who need education and have no access to the facilities for learning existing in our society.

It works towards providing a learning environment which can lead to a strong educational foundation as well as help a child in identifying the uniqueness within.

Objective To develop a creative learning environment for children and help them merge with the mainstream of the society.

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BELIEFS

Every child has a right to be educated

Every child dreams and yearns to learn, to make a place for himself in society.

Every child has capabilities that need to be explored and channelized.

Purpose of education is to build a platform for a child to learn, grow and explore; become aware of himself and surroundings; to continue learning and identify a suitable career path and to enjoy the whole process and experience of learning.

This helps us to stay

Vidya & Child believes in

connected with the people

working from within the

we work with - the

community. All our project

children and their families

centers are located in the basti or village from where

It also allows us to understand

we work.

and appreciate the hardships faced by these families.

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OUR JOURNEY & ACHIEVEMENTS “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step� Vidya & Child took this historical step in 1998 with the aim of making a difference in the lives of underprivileged children belonging to socio-economically marginalized sections of the society. Our first student was five-year old Tumpa, who went on to become a confident girl pursuing graduation in Fine Arts from New Delhi. Over the years, there was a manifold increase in the number of beneficiaries. Majority of them being first generation learners and have parents who are illiterate/ semi-literate and work as domestic servants, industrial workers, rickshaw-pullers, street vendors, plumbers & carpenters. Despite facing many challenges, Vidya & Child has always remained committed to diligently follow a process-driven, child-centric approach & endeavoured to provide education, encouragement as well as opportunities for holistic development of each child. Working across different communities through various centres, the Vidya & Child team has been working collaboratively to provide a creative learning environment to children. Financial & academic assistance has been further supported by counseling, Health Camps, Life Skills as well as Arts & Performing Arts Programmes . Glimpses of our journey

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OUR JOURNEY & ACHIEVEMENTS...contd.

Efforts lead to accomplishments The efforts have led to encouraging results, bringing about numerous success stories. Till now, we have mainstreamed over 360 children. About 100 children have completed Class XII and gone ahead to pursue varied courses across diverse areas. There are several children who are pursuing their chosen fields along with a job in order to support their families financially. Achievement has not been limited to academics, as many children have also trained to become excellent tabla players and Kathak dancers as a result of the opportunities provided under our Arts & Performing Arts Programme. Several students have also won laurels in Sports Tournaments.

Alumni Students of Vidya & Child - An Inspiration for others

Suraj Nayak B.Tech student (Computer Science) NIT, Trichy

Sashmita Nayak Devi Shankar

B.Tech (Elect & Comm) MGM College, Noida Pursuing Event Mgt. at NAEMD, Ahmedabad

Hotel Management Student at IHM Lucknow

Sunita Gautam B.Tech (Comp. Sc.) student at Jaypee Institute of IT, Noida

Bindu Lenka Pursuing B. Arch from Accurate Inst. of Tech. & Mgmt., Greater Noida

Vivek Singh

Radha Mishra

Ravi Chaudhary

Pursuing Dual Engineering in (Elec. & Comm.) from NIT Rourkela

Pursuing BSW from IGNOU & Working with Magic Bus Fdn

Hotel Management Student at DPMI & Apprentice Chef at Theos Bakery, Noida

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OUR JOURNEY & ACHIEVEMENTS...contd.

Arise Lab School Project The Arise Lab School Project commenced in 2013-14. It was a moment of pride for Vidya & Child when we received further recognition and were given an opportunity to replicate our work in a Government School, where we reached out to about 200 children belonging to the underprivileged communities of Dilshad Garden, Tahirpur, Nandnagri, Seemapuri etc. in East Delhi. In 2015, two more Government Schools were added to our fold and the number of beneficiaries increased to more than 1500 children. Vidya & Child, in partnership with Tech Mahindra Foundation, is appointed as a Technical Partner with three Government Schools in East Delhi

Academic & Concept Workshops

Bridge Programme

Life Skills Classes

Building as Learning Aid (BALA)

Community Outreach & PTMs—building a connect with parents

Teacher Support & Enablement

Creative Programme

Sports Activities


CENTRES & OUTREACH Ambedkar Vihar Centre (Sec 37)

ESTABLISHED 1999 600+ children in 2015

School Programme After School Support Programme Foundation Programme NIOS Support Programme

Vatika Centre (Sec 130, Noida)

ESTABLISHED 2005 200+ children in 2015 School Programme After School Support Programme Foundation Programme

Khoda Centre (Sec 62, Noida)

ESTABLISHED 2007 160+ children in 2015

School Programme After School Support Programme - 10 -


CENTRES & OUTREACH Siwan Centre (Bihar)

ESTABLISHED 2009 100 children in 2015

School Programme

Barola Centre (Sec 49, Noida)

ESTABLISHED 2010 275+ children in 2015

School Programme After School Support Programme

EDMC centres (East Delhi)

PPP MODEL ESTD. 2013 1500+ children across three EDMC schools in 2015 School Programme

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NEW INITIATIVES & HIGHLIGHTS 2015-16 Skill Building Initiatives for Personality Development and Better Employability Spoken English & Personality Development To improve the communication skills of the students and aid in holistic development, Spoken English & Personality Development Sessions were initiated during the year. The objective of these sessions is to lead children towards improved self-esteem and better interpersonal relationships as well as brighter job prospects.

Exposure Visits across diverse areas for General awareness & Career Prospects Exposure Visits conducted for senior students across different industries, such as Hotels, Banks, IT Sector, Hospitals, Career Fair etc. The objective was to increase their knowledge and provide insight into the diverse career prospects so that the student is able to identify a vocation of his choice and interest.

Visit to Lemon Tree Hotel, Ghaziabad

Visits organised for increasing general awareness, such as a bank (to understand how to operate bank accounts) to inculcate confidence and independence as well as understanding of basic processes.

Visit to Career Fair, Pragati Maidan

Associations for Vocational Courses This year saw Vidya & Child building associations for Vocational Courses with organisations such as SETU. Students were enrolled in vocational courses in IT, Retail Sales, BPO, Data Entry, Stitching, Beauty Culture, Nursing, GDA, Accountancy etc. so that they gain knowledge and develop skills to compete successfully in the outside world. Session by SETU - 12 -


NEW INITIATIVES & HIGHLIGHTS 2015-16….contd.

Continued focus on Child-centricity Scheduling from Children’s perspective To utilize children’s time in an optimum way, workshops (EVS/Math/Hindi) were planned during Chapter Trainings and Assessment Reviews.

Rekindling Creativity Students across centres & programmes were encouraged to write stories, poems and articles of their choice. Selected items were published in a book titled “Udaan” which was released in a Book Launch event.

Increased focus on Health & Safety of children In addition to regular health camps and vaccinations, year 2015-16 saw an emphasis on Effective Disaster Management through First-Aid Training of teachers, Fire Safety Training and establishment of Fire Safety Norms, & Evacuation Procedures in case of any disaster such as Fire or Earthquakes.

Introduction of other sports *

“UDAAN” BOOKS

Till 2015, children were being trained in Karate & Squash. Year 2015-16 witnessed the introduction of other forms of sports such as Chess, Kho-Kho and Football. For all sports, children are trained by professionals in the respective fields.

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NEW INITIATIVES & HIGHLIGHTS 2015-16….contd.

Vidya & Child stands second in India Smile Challenge Having met the Credibility Alliance norms, Vidya & Child is listed as a Tier 1 NGO with Give India. Every year Give India organizes the India Smile Challenge (earlier known as the India Giving Challenge) to promote giving culture in India. With the overwhelming support of our associates and well-wishers, Vidya & Child has been ranking in the top positions in this challenge for the last five years. In India Smile Challenge 2015, Vidya & Child stood second and raised more than 30 lakhs with the support of individual and corporate donors. We remain indebted to all our supporters for their continued belief and trust in our work.

Academic Highlights Over the years, children at Vidya & Child continue to do well academically. In the academic session 2014-15, the results were encouraging with a 100 % pass percentage in Class X. In Class XII also, all 12 children completed, with 5 securing above 80%. They secured admissions in their desired courses in reputed colleges. B.Tech ( Computer Science )

Mechanical Engineering

Sangeeta Nayak B.Sc. Interior Design Amity University

Monika Patel

Deepak Singh

Nisha Nigam

Mohit Kashyap

ABES Institute of Tech, Ghaziabad.

ABES College of Tech, Ghaziabad.

Galgotia Institute of Engg. & Tech., Greater Noida

NIET, Greater Noida

Gourav Sinha B. Pharmacy Lloyd college, Greater Noida

In the academic session 2015-16 also, the students gave a commendable performance with a 100% pass percentage in CBSE examinations of Class X as well as Class XII. 

Class X—Sujata Haldar secured the highest among our children with 8.8 CGPA

Class XII—4 children secured above 80%, with Jitender scoring 88.2%, the highest among our students who had appeared for the exam - 14 -


EVENT SNAPSHOTS 2015-16 10th Arts & Performing Arts Day at Shriram Centre, New Delhi

More than 55 children presented a spectacular performance comprising —  Classical Vocals Rendition included a composition highlighting patriotic fervor and a prayer song “Lab Pe Aati Hai” expressing the desire to be good human beings.  Tabla performance based on traditional compositions.  Theatre Performance “Jis Lahore Nai Dekhya, O Jamyai Nai” - A famous play set in the period of the India-Pakistan partition, scripted by renowned author Dr. Asghar Wajahat and directed by the Theatre Faculty of Vidya & Child.

Creative Project Showcase Children of each centre hosted “Sharing Sessions” displaying their beautiful creations and performances in various fields such as Paintings, Animation, Story Telling, Origami, Pottery , Music, Dance, Photography, Theatre, IT, Product Designing, Yoga, Karate, Puppetry, Art & Craft as well as Science Models - 15 -


EVENT SNAPSHOTS 2015-16….contd.

Book Launch of ―Udaan‖

Field Trips & Exposure Visits Every year, students are given regular exposure by way of field trips and visits on the basis of their academic event calendar, creative fields under the Arts & Performing Arts Programme as well as for General & Career Awareness.

“Udaan” or “the First Flight” is the first ever compilation of the writing endeavours of Vidya & Child students. This journey, spanning a few months, saw Classes IV to XII involved in creative writing activities, designing the book cover and illustrating their articles. Visit to Science Express Climate Action Special @ Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

National Cultural Festival, IGNCA (Ministry of Culture), New Delhi

The stories, published in English & Hindi, were launched in a special event held in Feb 2016. The event comprised Poem Recitation as well as Theatre Performances by students depicting some of the contents of the book.

Visit to Taj Mahal & Agra Fort

The unveiling of the cover page of ‘’Udaan’’ was done And many others……

by renowned writer Ms. Vibha Malhotra.

Full Dome Digital Planetarium Show

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In association with Leo Planetaria, a Full Dome Digital Planetarium Show was organised for the students* through which the children gained a visual experience and knowledge of the various celestial bodies and their movements. * School Programme , After School Support Programme & NIOS

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Nrityoutsav – II – a Dance festival at Shri Ram centre International Week of Arts Education (NCERT, New Delhi)- Workshops of Classical Music, Bharatnatyam dance, Theatre, Art & Designing etc. Science Museum, New Delhi Rail Museum, New Delhi Historical monuments— Gandhi Smriti, Rajghat, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate, Jantar Mantar, Red Fort, Taj Mahal & Agra Fort Bal Bhavan National Zoological Park Career Exposure Visits to Lemon Tree Hotel, Axis Bank, I-Care Hospital, Career Fair & several Corporate Offices


EVENT SNAPSHOTS 2015-16….contd.

Participation in External Events

Painting Stall at RBS Diwali Event Skit on ―Swach Bharat‖ at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, New Delhi

Classical Song & Dance Performance at Tech Mahindra Foundation Day

Any many others…  TechStock event at RBS Gurgaon— Students of NIOS and FP exhibited

Splash Painting Competition at Axis Bank, Noida

games made by them in Scratch software as part of their learning under the IT category of Arts & Performing Arts Programme of Vidya & Child.

Students of Barola centre participated in a Painting Competition organised by Axis Bank on the theme “India—Today & Tomorrow”. Karishma of Class V won the third prize for her painting on „Digital India‟.

 Kathak & Contemporary Fusion Dance and Stall of Fine Art & Madhubani Painting Stall at Mentor Graphics Fete.  Dance & Fashion show - 5 children of Vatika centre participated in a dance and fashion show organized by Wings Academy, Delhi.  Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav, Janpath — Folk dance and Classical Music performances by Vidya & Child students.

Sports Highlights KARATE

SQUASH TOURNAMENT Manoj was the winner; Ashwani & Rahul were in Runners Up position at the Squash Tournament held at Roshanara Cub, New Delhi in Oct 2015

Sandhya wins  Silver Medal at State Karate

Championship, Varanasi (April 2015)  Gold Medal at Independence Cup, New Delhi (Aug 2015)  Gold Medal, State Championship, Sandhya Gautam Class V Azamgarh (Sept 2015)

INTER-NGO SPORTS MEET

Medal Tally of Vidya & Child students - Karate 2015-16  Independence Cup, Talkatora Stadium - 2 Gold , 1 Silver  State Championship, Azamgarh - 3 Gold & 1 Bronze

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Vidya & Child students participated in the Inter-NGO Sports Meet organised by Concern India Foundation in New Delhi. The students performed well and also bagged some prizes.


PROGRAMME PORTFOLIO Vidya & Child caters to the entire education lifecycle of a child. It initiates a child and his parents to the world of education and prepares a child for admission to a formal mainstream school. Continuous academic support along with an intensive Life Skills and Arts & Performing Arts Programme ensures that no child is left behind and is able to complete school education. Children are further supported through career counseling, mentoring, besides financial and academic support, to be able to pursue higher studies as per their aptitude and interest.

Academics

Arts & Performing Arts Life Skills The Programmes are designed to enable development of each child through deep and sustained relationships

Support Programmes Spoken English & Personality Development Children Parent Programme Health Programme

Library

Language Development Programme

Savings Programme

Computer-Aided Learning Mentoring & Counselling

Mainstreaming

ENSURING HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF EACH CHILD

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Financial Support


SCHOOL PROGRAMME (Class Nursery to V) Coverage

Objective

900+ children

To initiate children into the education process and prepare them for mainstream school

Key Features of School Programme 

Internally Developed Level-based Curriculum – Self-paced, non-threatening learning environment helps teachers to engage deeply with the children

In-house Content — Teachers Manuals, Worksheets and Assessment Sheets for all classes and subjects

Training, Observation & Assessment Reviews – Chapter-wise trainings for teachers to ensure more effective delivery. Reviews to assess difficulties faced while teaching as well as for identifying learning gaps for appropriate planning and intervention.

Activity Based Learning - In-class activities and Computer-Aided Learning enables children to develop their logic and creative skills

Special Assemblies on important themes, personalities and festivals throughout the year.

Academics supplemented with Intensive Life Skills Training & diversified Arts & Performing Arts for holistic development of each child

Regular field visits, excursions and opportunities to showcase talent in internal as well as external events

Regular Parent Interactions through Home Visits and PTMs

Admission to Mainstream Schools at the end of the School Programme - 19 -


Glimpses of the School Programme

―The best part is going to the Computer Lab to see educational videos. Concepts like decimals and fractions in Math & solar system, gram panchayat, municipal committee in EVS/SST are easier to understand when we see videos on these topics‖

―My mother is the sole bread earner and is very keen that I receive quality education for a brighter future. Math was a difficult subject for me, but individual attention by teachers and regular remedial sessions have helped me to improve. After attending theatre and pottery classes, I am now learning Music under A&PA pgme.‖

- Nisha, Class IV

- Priya, Class IV

―Going to school is interesting as we have several functions, visits and extra-curricular activities also. During my theatre classes, I loved the concept of ‗Kahani Ki Duniya‘ where we created our own stories. I was ecstatic when my story got published in the book ‘Udaan‘. The teachers are also very approachable and are always willing to help us.‖ - Tushar , Class IV, aims to be an IAS officer

Anita‘s father Mr. Akhilesh Ghan says ― I admire Vidya & Child‘s endeavours. I am particularly happy with Anita‘s progress in academics. The visits and excursions, especially to Science Museum, serve as a great learning experience. Also, the Arts & Performing Arts activity has brought dynamism, confidence and versatility in my daughter.‘‘

―I joined in Class II and was given ample opportunities to express myself academically as well as creatively. I love drawing & writing poems and stories. My favourite theme is environment. With the guidance of my teachers, I have learnt to speak in English and also apply math concepts to reality‖. - Ayush, Class IV, aspires to join the Armed Forces to protect people

- Anita Ghan, Class V

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AFTER SCHOOL SUPPORT PROGRAMME (ASSP) (Class VI to X) Coverage

Objective To provide academic,

200+ children

financial & mentoring support to children who have been enrolled into mainstream schools

Key Features of After School Support Programme 

Mainstreaming - The schools are carefully selected by our board with respect to their quality of education and social commitment towards the cause of the less privileged. After school hours, every child spends 4 hours at our centre for reinforcement of concepts, extracurricular activities as well as mentoring support.

Syllabus Tracking - Teachers supplement the school education and provide help with the lessons to further strengthen academic concepts. A detailed tracking system is followed and analysed to understand where children need help.

School PTM‘s & Parent Interactions- Teachers at Vidya & Child attend all school PTM’s and take a detailed feedback on each child with respect to academics and behaviour etc.

Child-wise Meetings - Weekly meetings to discuss child-wise academic & behavioural issues. Remedial sessions and one-on-one sessions are conducted as appropriate.

Math Magic Programme - a computer-based self learning programme to remove the fear of Math as a subject, as also to build a strong understanding of concepts and their application in life. Use of technology makes it more creative and engaging for the child.

Intensive Life Skills, Arts & Performing Arts, Field Trips & Performances

Career Mapping for identifying the potential of each child & channelizing his/her strengths towards a suitable career path.

Spoken English & Personality Development Sessions


Glimpses of the After School Support Programme ―I was a very shy child when I joined Vidya & Child in Class KG. My teachers regularly guided me and encouraged me to take part in various activities which helped in boosting my self-esteem. Attending Fine Art classes & Kathak classes as well as participating in several events such as A&PA Day added a further boost to my confidence. This also helped me in adjusting well to the mainstream school in Class VI. I continued to participate in activities held there and also won a Math Quiz. Recently, I won a second prize in a painting competition on ‗North India Festivals‘ organised in V&C by an associated Corporate and my painting was also published in their Annual Calendar. I regularly attend the evening classes in the ASSP Programme of V&C and aspire to become a Lawyer. - Muskaan, Class IX (Modern School) and ASSP Student of Vidya & Child

―I joined V&C in Class Nursery and am happy that the teachers provided me myriad of opportunities to explore my potential. Academic support along with Life Skill Training has helped me in maintaining the right balance between studies and extra-curricular activities and has also enabled me to develop better decision making skills. I felt confident to take part in Quiz, Debates, Poster Making and several other activities in my Mainstream School also. My learning in Vidya & Child has been immense and diverse - Classical Dance, Theatre, Product Designing, Fine Art, Pottery & Animation. I have even designed a model of the community where I live. - Anamika Patel, Class IX ( Modern School) and ASSP Student of Vidya & Child

―My queries in Math and Science get solved as teachers at Vidya & Child explain everything in detail. K-Yan videos in Science and various activity based workshops in Math have helped me improve my performance in these subjects over the years. I have been learning Dance and Music in Arts & Performing Arts program of Vidya & Child for the last 2 years and I am very excited whenever I perform in various internal and external events. Excursions to places such as Taj Mahal with my group of friends are like an icing on the cake.‖ - Vidyani, Class VI, (Amar Public School) and ASSP student of Vidya & Child

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FOUNDATION PROGRAMME (FP) (Class XI, XII & beyond) Coverage

Objective 

To provide financial, tutoring and mentoring support to students to complete their Secondary School Education and to prepare them for career oriented education.

To support them during their higher education, financially as well as through regular mentoring support.

100 children

Key Features of Foundation Programme 

Interaction with Mainstream School (Class XI & XII) as well as Colleges/ Institutions (Class XII+) to take a detailed feedback on each child with respect to academics and behaviour. Child-wise Meetings are regularly held to discuss the issues for any appropriate intervention required.

Academic Support - (Class XI,XII) - Regular Academic Support provided in Math, Science & Commerce by professional tutors with a strong tutorial background.

Syllabus Tracking & Chapter-wise Assessments to identify areas of concern and necessary remedial action.

Continuous Mentoring Support & Life Skills Training to help students deal with the hardships faced by them, to understand their growing thought process and identify any further support that may be required.

Career Counselling & Exposure Sessions organised in-house as well at external venues — these sessions are supplemented with counselling, individual follow-ups, as well as parent interactions in order to guide them to make the suitable career choice.

Spoken English & Personality Development Sessions to aid in improved confidence and better communication as well as inter-personal skills.

Financial Support for Specialised Coaching for Competitive Exams of Professional Courses for students who are excelling academically and are keen on a particular career. - 23 -


Glimpses of the Foundation Programme “I joined the ASSP Programme of Vidya & Child as a Class VI student. I used to be an introvert and didn‘t participate in any of my mainstream school activities. In V&C, I got immense support from the faculty members. They enabled me to not only strengthen my academic base but also encouraged me to participate in several activities such as Kathak, Theatre and Fine Arts. I also got opportunities to showcase my talent at several events which added to my confidence. This encouraged me to participate in activities such as Debates, Quiz, Extempore & Theatre events at the mainstream school also. Having scored a 10 CGPA in Class X, I was further supported by V&C when I opted to pursue Science Stream at HopeHall Foundation School in New Delhi. I continued to attend the evening classes at V&C and was fortunate to receive not only academic support but also Career Counselling Sessions so that I could decide on the career that I wished to pursue. I went on to score 82% in Class XII Board exams and have joined a B.Tech programme in Computer Science. Vidya & Child has always been, and will be, like a family to me. Today, I can speak my mind and stand up for myself and what I believe to be right.‘‘ - Monika Patel (FP student) pursuing B.Tech (Comp. Science) from ABES Institute of Tech, Ghaziabad

―My association with Vidya & Child goes a long way back. Having lost my father a few years back, there were many financial challenges. With five children to support, my mother went through a very difficult phase. Joining Vidya & Child turned out to be a crucial decision in moving towards a brighter future. Having studied at V&C, two of my sisters have done very well for themselves – both of them secured an Engineering seat in different colleges in Noida. I joined V&C in Nursery and have ever since travelled a satisfying journey of academic learning as well as exploration. I got the opportunity to learn Tabla and was also a part of Robotics and Electronics Workshops. I believe that I have evolved as a better person due to this association. I used to be very aggressive and was always taking out my anger in the wrong way. But the constant teacher and peer support, that I received since the very beginning of my journey with Vidya and Child, has taught me how to channelize my emotions in a more productive manner. I have innumerable memories with them which I shall cherish all my life.‖ - Sonu Gautam, Class XI student of the Foundation Programme of Vidya & Child

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NIOS SUPPORT PROGRAMME (Class VI to XII) Coverage

Objective 

50+ children

To ensure that children, who are not

able

to

continue

in

mainstream schools, complete their education through NIOS and do not drop out of the education process. 

To help children understand their inner potential and identify a vocation or skill for development, keeping a long term view of their career.

Key Features of NIOS Support Programme 

Academic Support & Tracking – Subjects are chosen by the child under guidance from the teachers as per the choices available under NIOS. For 6 hours, regular classes are held for all subjects on a daily basis through a structured timetable that includes Computer Lab classes.

Life Skills Training — Various issues that are age appropriate and cater to the challenges and conflicts faced by children in their daily life are addressed through discussions, film reviews and activity based workshops

Exposure to Creative Arts through our intensive Arts & Performing Arts Programme

Intensive one-on-one interaction with each child for counseling & career mapping

Regular parent interactions — Sustained support through Home Visits, PTM’s and One-onOne interactions

Spoken English & Personality Development Sessions

Field Trips & Career Exposure Sessions for increased awareness & decision making

Tie-ups for Vocational Courses for Skill Building in the areas of IT, Cosmetology, etc - 25 -


ARTS & PERFORMING ARTS (A&PA) PROGRAMME Key Features of A&PA Programme

Objective To provide an opportunity

Underlying belief that each child has immense creative potential within, which needs to be explored and channelized

Every student above Class III takes part in at least one or a maximum of two APA activities as per his interest and aptitude

Students are trained by professionals in the respective fields

Opportunity to showcase the talents at various internal as well as external events

for creative expression Coverage 500+ students across all centres & programmes

Arts & Performing Arts Activities Kathak ** Theatre ** Tabla ** Music ** Fine Art Photography ** Puppetry ** Pottery ** Product Designing ** Warli Painting Film Making & Editing ** Madhubani ** Patua Art ** Music Production - 26 -


LIFE SKILLS PROGRAMME Objective To guide children in managing their strengths and weaknesses and to enable them to face the real world challenges with confidence

Coverage 1500+ students across centres & programmes

Features of Life Skills Programme

TOPICS COVERED Valuing Relationships Role of Education Caring & Sharing Regular Habits Our Heritage & Culture Character Building (Goal Setting, Resolving Conflict, Self Esteem, Stress & Time Management) Healthy Habits In your words and in your deeds Protecting Public Property Nurture the Nature Anger Management Being Safe (Traffic rules, Good & Bad Touch etc.) Consumer health & safety Community Hygiene Communication Skills

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SUPPORT PROGRAMMES Spoken English & Personality Development Programme Initiated in year 2015-16, the Spoken English & Language Development Programme was introduced to aid in the holistic development of each child. Through various modes, the efforts are directed towards building a platform for improved Spoken English skills as well as development of the personality of each student.

Personality Development Programme Interactive sessions where group discussions are initiated & children express their views Thorough discussions so that the child understands and imbibes the concepts

Spoken English Role-plays, team games, extempore & group discussion

Covers factors influencing Personality & its

Published & structured content used.

Development, identifying & understanding

Newspaper reading & discussion

Personality Types & their relation to career aspirations, SWOT analysis etc.

Audio-visual methods used as appropriate

Hindi Language Development Programme ( HLDP ) Key features Effective platform for children to develop an improved understanding of Hindi language & its usage Storytelling, discussions, creative writing and other activities based on stories with manuals developed in-house Informal class environment so that both children and teacher enjoy the process Celebration of Hindi Diwas

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SUPPORT PROGRAMMES contd...

Computer Aided Learning (CAL) CAL for Academic Learning & Reinforcement Fully functional computer Lab at all centres with Internet access for children of all programmes School Programme English & Hindi Stories to develop pronunciation and listening skills as well as to introduce basic concepts like numbers, colours and surroundings Practice Worksheets – Digital content for Math & Science (e.g. Edurite CDs, IXL & Bodhaguru) and online science videos for concept reinforcement & practice

After School Support Programme & Foundation Programme

Videos and activities on computers for Science and SST (multimedia & K-YAN)

Mindspark — A computer-based selflearning Math Program for Classes VI to X to clarify concepts & application of Mathematics Project work – Children research on the internet & make presentations for projects given by mainstream schools Learning Computer Languages- Classes XI and above learn C, C++ etc. in schools/ colleges and they use the computer lab for regular practice

CAL in Arts & Performing Arts Programme Computers are used in various creative project areas where students go through sessions conducted by professional faculty in different areas such as Animation, Film Making, Film Editing, Documentary Making and Mass Communication, Software Engineering and Photography

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SUPPORT PROGRAMMES contd...

Children Parent Programme (CPP)

The focus of our Children Parent Programme is to build a strong long term relationship between the Child, the Parent and Vidya & Child based on trust and mutual respect. Regular dialogue is maintained with the parents to help them understand their children and their challenges, to develop their commitment and appreciate the long term support that their child will require from them for completing his education and finding a suitable career path. Detailed feedback on each child for academic progress and behaviour is shared with the parents. Individual as well as Group PTMS are held. Parents are also invited for various internal events like the Creative Showcase, workshops on Health & Hygiene and so on.

Library Well stocked library with more than 5000 storybooks, text books, reference books and several encyclopaedias Library periods are integrated with the time-table for Classes Nursery to V, where children listen to stories, express themselves freely and are encouraged to read with understanding Reference books are available for Classes VI to XII

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SUPPORT PROGRAMMES contd‌

Health Programme Awareness Workshops, Campaigns & Performances

Preventive Health Camps Regular health camps are held in association with Max India Foundation, Rotary Club, Noida & others. Vaccinations of DT, Typhoid, MMR & Hepatitis B are administered, along with distribution of De-Worming & Multivitamin tablets. During the year, an Eye Camp was also held in

Yoga Workshop

collaboration with ICICI Lombard Caring Hands

Yoga Training

Initiative.

Drawing Competition on Healthy Food

Max India Health Camp

ICICI Eye Camp

First Aid, Fire Safety & Evacuation Procedures

Plantation Drive

Focus on Effective Disaster Management through First-Aid & Fire Drill Training of teachers as well as establishment of Fire Safety Norms and Evacuation Procedures in case of any disasters

Community Drive on Health

Workshop on Food Adulteration & Consumer Awareness in association with Chirag Foundation - 31 -


PROJECT IMPACT - EMPOWERING LIVES “The true measure of success is the number of people touched and transformed by the success” At Vidya & Child, we believe that “a teacher’s purpose is not to create students in his own image, but to create students who can create their own image”. At each step in a student’s life, we endeavour to provide opportunities which enable holistic development and empower each child to work towards fulfilling his dreams. Academic and financial support is embedded with enabling each child to face the challenges, develop his inner potential and creativity as well as lead a healthy life with a positive outlook and determination to move ahead in the right direction.

Growth in Total Outreach Total Outreach 1500 1300 1200

1000 800 500

500

0

120

15

2

300

1998 1999 2005 2007 2009 2010 2013 2016 (Excludes the outreach EDMC centres under PPP model) Over theofYears from 1998 to 2016

Total No. of children mainstreamed over the years 400

300

211

200 100

96 61 77 52 36 29 2 11 21 23 25

125

251

283

324

363

162

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

0

Total No. students of children mainstreamed (Figures are cumulative & do not include who joined the NIOS programme after Class V)

**Students mainstreamed into various schools such as Hope Hall Foundation School (New Delhi), Lord Mahavira School, Nehru International School, Amar Public School, Sunrise Ville School, Modern School, Mohan International School etc. - 32 -


PROJECT IMPACT - EMPOWERING LIVES At Vidya & Child, each child is given the opportunity to explore and understand oneself and decide for a suitable career with the help of mentors and career counsellors. The approach, is therefore, child-centric and not vocation-centric. Over the years, students have chosen to pursue careers in more than 15 diverse areas.

Careers pursued by Vidya & Child students Engineering ** Event Management ** Architecture ** Fine Arts ** Hotel Management Animation ** Business Administration ** Cosmetology ** Interior Designing ** Pharmacy Chartered Accountancy ** Health & Fitness ** Social Work ** Retail Sector ** Psychology

Students beyond Class XII

25 3

Pursuing Graduation

49

Pursuing Post-Graduation In jobs

* Most of the students in jobs are also pursuing further studies along with the job - 33 -


TEAM MAKES THE DREAM WORK “ A dream we dream alone is only a dream A dream we dream together is reality�

Vidya & Child is very fortunate to have a dedicated team, with members from diverse backgrounds joining hands to work towards a common cause. The amalgamation of the enthusiasm and energy of young minds with the insight of the experienced members provides the platform for us to strengthen and continue our efforts to move closer to our dream. Our Annual Meet felicitates those who have also those who have completed 1, 5 , 10 and 15 years at Vidya & Child. It is heartening to see this number growing each year.

We are also proud to have amongst us some of our alumni students who have chosen to work with us, part-time or full time.

Alumni students of Vidya & Child as part of our team

Dilip Mishra Library support at Vidya & Child Also Working with OISCA and pursuing BSW from IGNOU

Pavitra & Suchitra Chauhan, Archana Kumari Teachers in School Programme, Vidya & Child

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Kailash Ahirwar

Devyani Roy

A&PA support at Vidya & Child Pursuing B.A. in Journalism & Mass Communication

Life Skills Programme Support Pursuing BSW from IGNOU


CAPACITY BUILDING Recognising the need and importance of enablement and empowerment, Vidya & Child has adopted a structured Capacity Building Process, which includes different types of capacity building initiatives.

Capacity Building Methodology 

Capacity building at Vidya & Child is conducted across different levels

The process has been designed in parallel with perspective building, skill building and creating several opportunities of exposure for the Teachers, Core Group and Programme Heads

Multiple sessions and review meetings are held for connecting individuals with the Culture, Norms and Ethos of the Organization through Processes and Perspectives

Workshops that involve activities, movie reviews and real life case studies help initiate the discussions in a positive manner

Perspective & Skill Building Sessions include regular Chapter Trainings & Academic Reviews, Life Skills Training, Computer Training, PTM training etc

Identification & Training of Lead Teachers for different subjects as well as associated activities, such as PTM, Life Skills etc. in order to maintain the objective of providing in-depth support and intervention to each child, inspite of increasing number of beneficiaries

Trainings and workshops conducted by external organisations and individuals help in bringing a fresh perspective and approach

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Glimpses of Capacity Building in 2015-16

Chapter trainings

Teachers’ Life Skills Workshop Life skills training

JODOGYAN TRAINING BY EXTERNAL FACULTY

patua art training by happy hands foundation

During the year, Vidya & Child team members also attended other workshops held by external organizations such as NCERT International Week of Arts Programme, conference on " Poverty Alleviation Through Livelihood Interventions" held by Axis Bank Foundation, First-Aid training by Kailash Hospital team etc. - 36 -


OUR SUPPORTERS We are extremely grateful to all our Corporate Partners, Institutional Partners, Grant Supporters as well as Individual donors for their belief in Vidya & Child. It is this belief which helps us explore, experiment and reach out to more and more children in need of quality education. Their invaluable contributions over the years has been the key to our growth and success.

Partners in our Journey Agastya International Foundation ** Asha Jyothi ** ATS Infrastructure Pvt Ltd.

** Australia New Zealand Association (ANZA) ** Axis Bank Foundation ** Banyan Tree Advisors Pvt. Ltd. ** Barclays Shared Services Pvt. Ltd. ** British High Commission ** Cadence Design Systems India Pvt. Ltd. ** Caring Hand for Children ** Charities Aid Foundation India ** Credibility Alliance ** Concern India Foundation ** Egelhof Controls Pvt. Ltd. ** Essel Social Welfare Foundation ** Fidelity Investment Services (FIS) ** GiveIndia ** Genpact India ** Gravitie Knowledge Services Pvt.Ltd. ** Guidestar India ** HCL Technologies Foundation ** HDFC Bank ** Headstrong Service India Pvt. Ltd ** Help Your NGO ** ICICI Lombard ** Lemon Tree Hotels ** Letz Change Foundation ** Max India Foundation ** Mentor Graphics (India) Pvt. Ltd ** Metlife (MGOSC) Pvt Ltd

** Motherson Auto

** Oracle ** Rotary Club ** Royal Bank of Scotland ** SETU Foundation ** Smile Foundation ** Snap On ** Tata Consultancy Services ** TechMahindra Foundation ** The Maitri Trust ** TRENT Ltd ** Tupperware India Pvt. Ltd ** VentureWeb ** Xerox ** XL India Business Services Pvt Ltd. ** YES Bank ** Youth Reach

We are also grateful to all our Individual Donors for their continued support - 37 -


VOLUNTEER SUPPORT “ We make a living by what we get, But we make a life by what we give� - Winston Churchill Vidya & Child is privileged to have volunteers from diverse areas who are coming forward to contribute to the society in their own way. Some of the volunteers have been associated with us for many years now. By assisting us in our academic as well as non-academic activities, each volunteer makes it possible for us to move closer to our dream. Selflessly dedicating their time, skills and efforts, they have been a wonderful support and we feel grateful to each one of them for bringing about a difference in the lives of children belonging to the underprivileged sections of the society.

ADITI SINGH Professional Photographer Teaches photography to Vidya & Child students under the A&PA Programme

SANKALP DATTA Under the guidance of Karate Expert, Sankalp Dutta, several children of Vidya & Child have excelled in Karate and won laurels

Vidya & Child is also fortunate to have Active Volunteer & Employee Engagement with different companies like Cadence, HCL, RBS, Genpact, TCS, Metlife, Agastya Foundation, and many others on a regular basis. Through these engagements, the students of Vidya & Child have benefitted immensely by way of gaining a broader outlook and an increased awareness in several diverse areas. - 38 -

VINOD TANEJA Teaches the practical application of scientific concepts to ASSP Students


ORGANISATIONAL DETAILS Vidya & Child is a project managed by Jayaprakash Narayan Memorial Trust registered as a Public Charitable Trust in New Delhi, India. The trust is registered u/s 12A and 80G of the Income Tax Act. People, who believe in his ideals and the work that he did, have constituted the Trust in his memory. The trustees are : Board Member Name P P Verma

Position Trustee

Supriya Akhaury

Trustee and Director

Ruchi Shah

Trustee and Associate Director

Mohan Kumar A M

Trustee

Toshak Vaid

Trustee

Kakul Gupta

Trustee and Associate Director

Deviani Chatterji

Trustee and Programme Director

Rahul Akhaury

Trustee

NGO Name :

Jayaprakash Narayan Memorial Trust

Project Name :

Vidya & Child

Registered as :

Trust u/s 12A and 80G of the IT Act

Trust Registration No : 8537/4 dated 09/12/1997at Delhi with Trust Deed Registered under Registration Act,1908 FCRA Registration No : 137400017 valid until May 2016 PAN No : AAATJ3059L Bank Details Domestic Account Name of Bank - Axis Bank Ltd Account Number - 911010036103016 Bank Details FCRA Account Name of Bank - Axis Bank Ltd Account Number - 911010035816461 - 39 -


FINANCIALS & DISCLOSURES JAYAPRAKASH NARAYAN MEMORIALTRUST : NOIDA

ABRIDGED BALANCE SHEET AS ON 31.03.2016 LIABILITIES FIXED ASSETS FUND

Amount (Rs.)

To the extent of fixed assets as per contra

GENERAL FUND As per last year Add : Excess of Income over Expenditure

ASSETS FIXED ASSETS as per schedule A As per last year Addition/disposal during the year Total Less: Depreciation during the year

4,145,899.84 4,038,856.92

8,184,756.76

375,110.00 179,800.00 554,910.00 177,600.00

377,310.00

TOTAL

2,383,892.00 87,577.00

2,541,132.00

24,005,198.76

12,902,000.00

140,000.00 34,250.00

160,730.00 7,105.00 6,224.00

Cash in hand Cash

CURRENT LIABILITIES Expenses Payables TDS Payable

2,859,716.00 15,252,326.00 2,350,326.00

Investments

Loan and Advances Programme/Advances/ Imprest TDS Recoverable TDS Recoverable AY 1516

SECURITY DEPOSIT

Less: Refund of Security

12,392,610.00

12,902,000.00

Fixed Deposits LIC Guilt Fund

As per last year Add: Security Received

Amount (Rs.)

Balances with Banks AXIS Bank Ltd.-FCRA SB A/c 911010035816461 AXIS Bank Ltd.-SB A/c 911010036103016 AXIS Bank Ltd-SB A/c 915010019785734 ICICI Bank Ltd-SB A/c 003101210351 ICICI Bank Ltd-SB A/c 003101003049 TOTAL

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575,046.00

3,583,718.94 5,612,334.70 964,327.03 8,561.46 10,901.63

11,103,198.76 24,005,198.76


FINANCIALS & DISCLOSURES JAYAPRAKASH NARAYAN MEMORIALTRUST : NOIDA

ABRIDGED INCOME & EXPENDITURE A/c FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31.03.2016

EXPENDITURE

Amount (Rs.)

Concern India Foundation Support for Non Formal Education at Sec-37 Support for Computer Lab Programme at Sec-37 Support for Computer Lab Programme at Khoda Centre Support for Computer Lab Programme at Barola Centre Support for Non Formal Education at Vatika Centre

1,231,618.00 1,459,769.00 343,970.00 1,554,478.00 1,611,020.00

Genpact India / Headstrong Support for Non Formal Education, After School support, NIOS and Foundation Programme

4,819,037.00

Metlife GOSC Academic & Infrastructure support for providing education to underprivileged children

1,266,017.00

Tata Consultancy Services Support of After School and Foundation Programme Smile Foundation Non Formal Education Programme

329,572.00

210,008.00

Charities Aid Foundation India Disha -1 Programme Disha-2 Programme GAYE Programme

224,442.00 3,217,645.00 75,500.00

GiveIndia and GiveUSA Programmes Cost from GiveIndia Programmes Cost from GiveUSA

4,270,827.43 606,774.16

Tech Mahindra Foundation EDMC - Arise Lab School Project

4,205,417.97

ESSEL SW Foundation Non Formal Education, After School Support

1,603,694.00

General Fund Programmes Cost

INCOME

Amount (Rs.)

Current Receipts-FCRA Voluntary Contributions/ Donations Grant in Aid Bank Interest

Current Receipts-NFC Voluntary Contributions/ Donations Grant in Aid Bank Interest Misc Receipts/Sale of old Assets Interest on IT refund

952,953.00 23,085,878.29 110,726.00

8,915,961.59 9,768,625.00 105,619.00 54,350.00 1,224.00

10,573,685.40

Excess of Income over Expenditure transfer to General Fund

4,038,856.92 TOTAL

42,995,336.88

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TOTAL

42,995,336.88


Schedule of Fixed Assets

FIXED ASSESTS FORMING PART OF CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET AS AT 31.03.2016

Addition during the Year

Disposal /

01.04.201 5

Upto 30.09.2 015

After 30.09.20 15

Sale of Assets

1 2 3

NFC A/c Computer & Accessories Furnitures & Fixture Electronic Equipments

584,364 458,999 60,657

69,400 101,233 32,906

77,350 26,250 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

731,114 586,482 93,563

60% 10% 10%

415,463 57,336 9,356

315,651 529,146 84,207

4

Barola School Building

3,296,768

0

0

0

0

3,296,768

10%

329,677

2,967,091

5

Electrical Equipments

468,643

72,700

0

39,850

0

501,493

10%

50,149

451,344

6 7

Safety Equipments Musical Instruments

8,572 49,429

9,112 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

17,684 49,429

10% 15%

1,768 7,414

15,916 42,015

SUB-TOTAL - (A)

4,927,432

285,351

103,600

39,850

0

5,276,533

871,163

4,405,370

1 2 3 4 5

FCRA A/c Computer & Accessories Furnitures & Fixture Electronic Equipments Barola School Building Electrical Equipments

459,160 28,205 61,375 6,580,467 335,971

444,900 23,300 0 0 197,038

446,450 655,075 258,312 0 322,448

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

1,350,510 706,580 319,687 6,580,467 855,457

60% 10% 15% 10% 10%

676,371 37,904 28,580 658,047 69,423

674,139 668,676 291,107 5,922,420 786,034

6

Safety Equipments

0

13,669

18,975

0

0

32,644

10%

2,316

30,328

7

Sports Equipments

0

0

130,448

0

0

130,448

10%

6,522

123,926

7,465,178 12,392,61 0

678,907

0

0

1,479,163

8,496,630

39,850

0

9,975,793 15,252,32 6

2,350,326

12,902,000

As on Sl. No.

PARTICULARS

SUB-TOTAL - (B) GRAND TOTAL

964,258

1,831,70 8 1,935,30 8

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Donations in kind

Total

% of Deprecia tion

Depreciation

As on

during the year

31.03.2016


JAYAPRAKASH NARAYAN MEMORIAL TRUST : NOIDA

ABRIDGED RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS A/c FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31.03.2016 RECEIPTS

Amount (Rs.)

PAYMENTS

Schedule

Amount (Rs.)

FCRA A/c Opening Balances Opening Balances - NFC A/c Cash Programme Advances/ Imprest AXIS Bank Ltd.SB A/c 911010036103016 ICICI Bank Ltd. - SB A/c 003101210351 ICICI Bank Ltd. SB A/c 003101003049 LIC Guilt Fund Expenses Payable/ Sundry Creditors TDS Payable TDS Recoverable AY TDS Recoverable AY 2014-15 TDS Recoverable AY 2015-16`

Opening Balances - FCRA A/c AXIS Bank Ltd. FCRA A/c 911010035816461 Cheque in hand Programe/ Advances/ Imprest Expenses Payable/ Sundry Creditors TDS Payable

Current Receipts-FCRA A/c Voluntary Contributions/ Donations Grant in Aid Bank Interest

220,352.00 77,466.00 1,802,178.33 8,147.46 26,022.63 34,250.00 (1,277,165.00) 28,864.00) 7,105.00 14,496.00 6,224.00

3,861,825.42 200,000.00 132,196.00 (527,991.00) (35,233.00)

952,953.00 23,085,878.29 110,726.00

Concern India Foundation Support for Non Formal Education at Sec-37 Support for Computer Lab Programme at Sec-37 Support for Computer Lab Programme at Khoda Centre Support for Computer Lab Programme at Barola Centre Support for Foundation Programme Contingency Support Support for Non Formal Education at Vatika Centre

I

1,231,618.00

II

1,459,769.00

III

343,970.00

IV

1,554,478.00

V VI

1,128,750.00 224,255.00

VII

1,611,020.00

Genpact India / Headstrong Support for Non Formal Education, After School Support, NIOS and Foundation Prog.

VIII

4,819,037.00

Metlife GOSC Academic & Infrastructure Support for providing education to underprivileged Children

IX

1,266,017.00

Tata Consultancy Services Support of After School and Foundation Programme

X

329,572.00

Smile Foundation Non Formal Education Programme

XI

116,604.00

Charities Aid Foundation India Disha -1 Programme Disha-2 Programme

XII XIII

224,442.00 3,217,645.00

GiveIndia and GiveUSA Programmes Cost from GiveIndia Programmes Cost from GiveUSA

XIV XV

231,888.84 606,774.16

XVI

7,472,454.77 25,838,294.77

General Fund As per schedule Sub Total - FCRA A/c

(Contd…..) - 43 -


JAYAPRAKASH NARAYAN MEMORIAL TRUST : NOIDA

ABRIDGED RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS A/c FOR THE YEAR ENDING 31.03.2016 (contd.) RECEIPTS Current Receipts-NFC A/c Voluntary Contributions/ Donations Grant in Aid Bank Interest Misc Receipts/ Sale of old Assets Interest on IT refund Security Deposit Received

Amount (Rs.)

8,915,961.59 9,768,625.00 105,619.00 54,350.00 1,224.00 179,800.00

PAYMENTS

XVII

4,205,417.97

Smile Foundation Non Formal Education Programme

XVIII

93,404.00

ESSEL SW Foundation Non Formal Education, After School Support and Foundation Programme

XIX

1,603,694.00

Charities Aid Foundation India GAYE Programme

XX

75,500.00

GiveIndia Programmes Cost from GiveIndia

XXI

4,038,938.59

XXII

3,101,230.63 13,118,185.19

Total (FCRA A/c + NFC A/c)

38,956,479.96

Refund of Security Deposit

177,600.00

Closing Balances - NFC A/c Cash Programme Advances/ Imprest AXIS Bank Ltd. SB A/c 911010036103016 AXIS Bank Ltd. SB A/c 915010019785734 ICICI Bank Ltd. SB A/c 003101210351 ICICI Bank Ltd. SB A/c 003101003049 LIC Guilt Fund Fixed Deposits Expenses Payable TDS Payable TDS Recoverable TDS Recoverable AY 2015-16

47,696,146.72

Amount (Rs.)

NFC A/c Tech Mahindra Foundation EDMC - Arise Lab School Project

General Fund As per schedule Sub Total - NFC A/c

TOTAL

Schedule

Closing Balances - FCRA A/c AXIS Bank Ltd. FCRA A/c 911010035816461 Programme Advances/ Imprest Expenses Payable Sundry Creditors TDS Payable TOTAL

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575,046.00 77,907.00 5,612,334.70 964,327.03 8,561.46 10,901.63 34,250.00 140,000.00 (796,601.00) (20,049.00) 7,105.00 6,224.00

3,583,718.94 82,823.00 (1,587,291.00) (69,663.00) (67,528.00) 47,696,146.72


Schedules Concern India Foundation Non - Formal Education at Sec 37 Schedule ' I ' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Salary of the Project Officer

142,480.00

Part Salary of 14 Teachers

1,029,554.00

Field Trips and Excursions

50,000.00

Text and Work Books for Children

9,584.00 Total

1,231,618.00

Concern India Foundation Support for Computer Lab Programme Schedule ' II ' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Recurring Costs

12,600.00

Managerial Costs

546,256.00

Non Recurring Costs

264,171.00

Last Year Unspent

165,176.00

Software & Educational Programmes

471,566.00 Total

1,459,769.00

Concern India Foundation Support for Khoda Centre Computer Lab Programme Schedule ' III ' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Program Costs

154,500.00

Technology Costs

149,400.00

Administrative Costs

40,070.00 Total

343,970.00

Concern India Foundation Support for Barola Centre Computer Lab Programme Schedule ' IV ' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Computer Lab Incharge

115,667.00

Salary of Center Coordinator

120,000.00

Salary of Teachers

227,844.00

Salary of Academic Support facilitator

74,767.00

Material Charges - Printer cartridges & refilling

29,328.00

Communication costs - Internet & Phone

34,249.00

Electricity Costs

29,340.00

Non Recurring Costs

923,283.00 Total - 45 -

1,554,478.00


Schedules (contd.) Concern India Foundation Support for Foundation Programme Schedule ' V ' Amount (Rs.)

Particulars Salary of Project Officer Course fees of 10 old children Course fees of 11 new children Total

180,000.00 485,448.00 463,302.00 1,128,750.00

Concern India Foundation Contingency Support Schedule ' VI ' Amount (Rs.)

Particulars Field Trips and Excursions Spoken English Materials Interstellar interactive activities for students Storage units for teaching/learning aids Projector for Khoda centre children Total

24,000.00 94,785.00 72,352.00 22,712.00 10,406.00 224,255.00

Concern India Foundation Support for Non - Formal Education at Vatika Centre Schedule ' VII ' Amount (Rs.)

Particulars Salary of Project Coordinator Salary of 11 teachers at the centre Community outreach personnel Caretaker Conveyance of teachers Text Books/ Work Books for Children Stationery for Children Field Trips and Excursions Edurite DVDs Storage units Total

282,500.00 882,228.00 92,250.00 33,183.00 86,970.00 98,605.00 10,500.00 52,810.00 54,558.00 17,416.00 1,611,020.00

Genpact India & Headstrong Service India Ltd. Support for Non Formal Education, After School, NIOS and Foundation Prog Schedule ' VIII ' Amount (Rs.)

Particulars Graduation in Professional Course School Fees Tutor Cost Vocational/Certificates Courses Personality Development Trainings FP Project-Class XI & XII Khoda-upto Class 5 Sector 37 - NIOS - Class VI - X Vatika - After School Prog Sector 37 - After Sschool Prog Volunteering Engagement Exp Total

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176,928.00 218,452.00 331,966.00 63,600.00 200,751.00 847,805.00 643,658.00 288,971.00 232,640.00 1,663,766.00 150,500.00 4,819,037.00


Schedule (contd.) Metlife GOSC Academic & Infrastructure support for providing education to underprivileged children Particulars Text Books, Workbooks and Stationery School Bags Green boards Sports infrastructure at Vatika centre through infrastructural facilities and equipments Annual Events (Creative Exhibition cum sports event) Total

Schedule ' IX ' Amount (Rs.) 712,944.00 180,036.00 69,750.00 200,240.00 103,047.00 1,266,017.00

Tata Consultancy Services Support of After School and Foundation Programme Particulars Support for School fees and Transport Total

Schedule ' X ' Amount (Rs.) 329,572.00 329,572.00

Smile Foundation Non Formal Education Programme Schedule ' XI ' Amount (Rs.)

Particulars Salary to APA Officer Salary to Teachers Salary to APA faculty Teaching Learning Material Art & Performing Art Events Total

16,800.00 74,012.00 12,000.00 9,000.00 4,792.00 116,604.00

Charities Aid Foundation India Disha -1Programme Particulars Fees for Higher Education Total

Schedule ' XII ' Amount (Rs.) 224,442.00 224,442.00

Charities Aid Foundation India Disha -2 Programme Particulars Education and Scholarship Support Infrastructure Development Support Admin Cost Total

Schedule ' XIII ' Amount (Rs.) 621,704.00 2,547,941.00 48,000.00 3,217,645.00

GiveIndia Programmes Cost from GiveIndia Schedule ' XIV ' Amount (Rs.)

Particulars Administrative Costs Non - Formal Education Support Total - 47 -

119,624.84 112,264.00 231,888.84


Schedule (contd.) GiveUSA Programmes Cost from GiveUSA Schedule ' XV ' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Administrative Costs

2,934.44

Improve Infrastructure

1,037.72

Non - Formal Education Support Non - Formal Education Support - IGIVE

235,927.00 366,875.00

Total

606,774.16 General Fund

School Support Programmes Schedule 'XVI' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Non Formal Education Programme

2,857,645.34

After School Support Programme Higher Education Programme for Children

946,136.00 662,882.00

Art & Performing Arts Programme

561,206.00

Life Skills Programme Administrative Expenses

92,579.00 2,352,006.43 Total

7,472,454.77 Tech Mahindra Foundation

EDMC - Arise Lab School Project Schedule 'XVII' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Recurring Resource Costs Programme Costs

2,841,933.00 1,363,484.97 Total

4,205,417.97 Smile Foundation

Non Formal Education Programme Schedule ' XVIII Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Salary to APA Officer

8,400.00

Salary to Teachers

48,104.00

Salary to APA faculty

12,300.00

Stationery

7,500.00

Art & Performing Art Events Administrative Expenses

12,600.00 4,500.00 Total

93,404.00 ESSEL SW Foundation

Non Formal Education, After School Support Schedule ' XIX ' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Non Formal Education Programme

639,545.00

After School Support Programme Foundation Programme

760,149.00 204,000.00 1,603,694.00

Total - 48 -


Schedule (contd.) Charities Aid Foundation India GAYE Programme Schedule ' XX' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Teachers Salary

33,068.00

School Fees

40,950.00

Text Books & Workbooks, Stationery etc

1,482.00 Total

75,500.00

GiveIndia Programmes Cost from GiveIndia Schedule ' XXI ' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Administrative Costs

84,596.00

Non - Formal Education Support Non - Formal Education and After School Support - IGIVE Total

201,641.00 3,752,701.59 4,038,938.59

General Fund Programmes Cost Schedule 'XXII' Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Non Formal Education Programme

1,887,671.00

After School Support Programme

653,278.00

Higher Education Programme for Children

110,397.00

Art & Performing Arts Programme

16,904.00

Computer Lab Expenses

47,651.00

Life Skills Programme

4,984.00

NIOS Programme

10,000.00

Administrative Expenses Total

- 49 -

370,345.63 3,101,230.63


Disclosures Disclosures - Staff remuneration [Gross yearly + benefits] in Rupees in 2015-2016 Remuneration (in Rs.) Operational Head of the organisation: (including honorarium):

NIL

Highest paid person in the organisation (staff or consultant):

Rs. 5,18,322/-

Lowest paid person in the organisation (staff or consultant):

Rs. 33,383/-

Disclosures- Name, Positions, Annual Gross Remuneration (including reimbursement) of Board Members ‘Remuneration’ refers: salary, honorarium, allowances, sitting fee for attending board meetings and any other compensation that is a payment for time/effort/skills and not a reimbursement of actual out-of-pocket expenses. Position on the Gross Remuneration PER NO. NAME ANNUM (Rs.) Board 1

Mr P P Verma

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Ms Supriya Akhaury Ms Ruchi Shah Mr Mohan Kumar A M Mr Toshak Vaid Ms Kakul Gupta Ms Deviani Chatterji Mr Rahul Akhaury

ZERO Director Associate Director

Associate Director Programme Director

ZERO ZERO ZERO ZERO ZERO ZERO ZERO

Disclosures – Distribution of staff according to the salary levels and gender breakup for the year 2015-2016 Slab of gross salary (in Rs) plus benefits Male staff Female staff paid to staff (per month) Less than 5000 04 08 5,000 – 10,000 07 64 10,000 – 25,000 17 31 25,000 – 50,000 05 06 50,000 – 1,00,000 00 00 Greater than 1,00,000 00 00 Disclosures - Total Cost of International Travel by Board Members/Staff/ Volunteers on behalf of organisation for 2015-2016: Rs. NIL Disclosures - Total Cost of National Travel by Staff/ Volunteers on behalf of organisation for 2015-2016: Rs. NIL - 50 -


CONTACT US To know more about us, please click on the links below : www.vidyaandchild.org http://www.facebook.com/groups/127399410635065 Vidya & Child – A persistent effort - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbEWo4ciOT4 http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-newdelhi/showing-children-that-they-can-dream/ article5980564.ece Arts & Performing Arts Programme of Vidya & Child - https://youtu.be/IoMuSi519qE Movie ‗Hamari Duniya‘ by Vidya & Child students - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loRUMesl6-

Vatika Centre

Khoda Centre

Shahpur Village, Sector 128,

Vandana Enclave,

Opp. Shiksha computer

Khoda Colony,

Training Centre,

Sector 62,

Noida –201 304 (U.P.)

Noida –201 307 (U.P.)

Phone : +91 120 6405874

Phone : +91 120 6888902

Ambedkar Vihar Centre Plot No. 58, Lane No. 3, Ambedkar Vihar, Sector 37, Noida –201 303 (U.P.) Phone : +91 120 4258063/64

Barola Centre Khasra No. 340, Barola Village, Sector 49, Noida –201 304 (U.P.)

Siwan Centre Sri Nagar, Siwan, Bihar – 841 226

Phone : +91 120 6888901

Regd. Office : Vidya & Child (Project under Jayaprakash Narayan Memorial Trust), 1654, ATS Greens Village, Plot No 1, Expressway, Sector 93 A, Noida - 201304, Uttar Pradesh, India

Email: info@vidyaandchild.org

Website : www.vidyaandchild.org

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