Our Activities

EDUCATIONAL

 

SC NON-RESIDENTIAL PRIMARY SCHOOL :

 

The organization is running a Non- Residential Primary School which is known as “GVP Adarsha Prathamik Vidyalaya” at Chakitop in the Nagaon district of (Assam) with a view to improve the educational as well as socio-economic conditions of the Scheduled Castes communities. We provide books & stationery, uniforms, health check up, mid day meal excursion etc. to the students free of cost. To make the students more competitive we organize various events like sports, quiz, culture programme and such other co-curriculum activities, we are very grateful to the Government of India, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, New Delhi for continuously supporting to us since the year 2000.

 

SECONDARY SCHOOL :

 

The organization also is running a Secondary School from its own sources at Rangaloo since 1st April, 2003 with a view to provide the best quality education to the students in rural areas. The teachers are well qualified and trying utmost care to bring this students educational standard better than other schools. The students are also enjoying other facilities like fine arts, music, dancing, sports, and computer education in addition to their academic curriculum.

 

INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY SPECIAL STUDY CENTRE :

 

In order to development the quality of higher education through the distance mode, GRAM VIKAS PARISHAD is running a IGNOU Special Study Centre at Rangaloo 2nd October, 2000. Now IGNOU is introduced Courses for all types of Higher education after getting the support from the community of the education lovers.

 

GVP PUBLIC LIBRARY :

 

The Organization is running a Public Library from its own sources at Rangaloo where various types of Facilities such as books, magazines, News papers, Journals periodicals and other relevant information for the development of general knowledge is provided to the educated people with reading room facilities.

 

A brief account of students/learners of our different Educational Institutions

 

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No.

Name                           of

Programme/Project

No. of Student No. of Staff
Male Female Total Male Female Total
1 SC        Non-Residential Primary School 50 50 100 04 06 10
2 Secondary School 60 40 100 03 03 06
3 IGNOU Special Study Centre …… …… …… 01 01 02
4 GVP Public Library 80 70 150 02 Nil 02

 

 

 

CARE & PROTECTION

 

COMPOSITE CENTRE FOR WORKING CHILDREN AT MOIRABARI:

 

The organization is running a Composite Centre for 100 Nos. Working Children at Moirabari in Morigaon district of Assam for the welfare of working children who are in need of care & protection. We provide Vocational Training for self- employment, non-formal education for getting them admitted in the formal schools to prevent them from getting exploited, counseling service to the parents to prevent child labour and aware about the child rights counseling the parents to prevent there children below the age of 14 from   hazardous   labour   and   bring awareness above child rights and there duties. We also provide Health Check-up for the Children with Medicines for living healthy, Mid-day meal to stop hunger and starvation. Conduct Outreach Programme through the special educators to now about different general knowledge. We are very grateful to the Govt. of India, Ministry of Women & Child Development for there support to make this programme grant success.

 

COMPOSITE CENTRE FOR WORKING CHILDREN AT JORHAT DISTRICT :

 

The organization is running another Composite Centre for 100 Nos. Working Children at Jorhat district of Assam on 1st March’2008 for the welfare of working children who are in need of care & protection. Through this centre, provide education, Vocational Training, counseling, advocacy, awareness, nutrition, health checkup with medicines, outreach programme. We are thankful to the Govt. of India, Ministry of Women & Child Development for their support.

 

INTEGRATED PROGRAMME FOR STREET CHILDREN :

 

The organization is running an integrated programme for Street Children at Chakitop for 100 Nos. Street Children supported by the Govt of India, Ministry of Women & Child Development. Through this programme we provide non-formal education, Vocational guidance, counseling, advocacy,nutrition, health care, uniform, day shelter and other need base   facilities   to   the   street   children particularly those without homes & family ties, children especially vulnerable to abuse and exploitation such as pavement dwellers, children living in slums, destitute street children who are neglected.

 

CRECHE PROGRAMME :

 

The organization is running one Crèche Centre at Chakitop since Aug.’2000 and also running another 5 Nos.Creche Centre since March’2008 different place in the Nagaon district under Rajiv Gandhi National Crèche Scheme supported by the Assam State Social Welfare Board, Guwahati. Through this centre covered 150 nos. children and provide Health Care, Nutrition Supplements, safe & Hygienic Environment, Pre-School Education, Recreation etc.Establishment of Han Shikshan Santhan:

 

Govt. of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education & Literacy, Govt. of India, New Delhi has pleased to sanctioned a Jan Shikshan Sansthan to Gram Vikas Parishad, Rangaloo, Nagaon(Assam) vide their sanction letter No.6-4/2008-AE-3(Pt-I) dated: 27/02/2009. The target group of the scheme is to cover the adult similarities, neo literates for improvement of skill & technical knowledge of the trainees and to raise their efficiency and increased productive and ability etc. At present, we established 15 nos. centres at different parts of the district and engaged 30 nos. resource persons to train about 2040 nos. of beneficiaries in a year.

 

SPECIAL SCHOOL FOR CHILD LABOUR (4 NOS) :

 

The organization is running 4 nos. special schools at Tezpur Town area i.e. 1. 5 Mile, 2. Mission Chariali, 3. Dolabari and 4. Barika Chuburi in Sonitpur district of Assam with the Ministry of labour, Government of India, New Delhi. Each school has covered 50 nos. children and total 200 nos. children in 4 schools. We provide stipend, nutritious food, vocational training, non-formal education, counseling, health check-up with medicine in free of cost to the children.

 

A brief account of children under care & protection

 

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Name                             of

Programme/Project

No. of Staff No. of Beneficiaries
Male Female Total Male Femal e Total
1 Composite Centre for Working Children  (2 Nos.) 08 18 26 100 100 200
2 Integrated       Prog.       for Street children 03 01 04 60 40 100
3 Crèche Programme (6 Nos.) —- 12 12 70 80 150
4

Special school for Child

Labour ( 4 nos.)

05 15 20 100 100 200

 

 

 

SWADHAR CENTRE FOR WOMEN IN DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES :

 

The organization is running a SWADHAR Shelter Home at Chakitop in the district of Nagaon with the financial assistance from Ministry of Women & Child Development, Govt. of India. We provide primary need of shelter food, clothing and care to the marginalized women/girls living in difficult circumstances we give emotional support and counseling without any social and economic support; to such women rehabilitate them socially and economically through education, vocational training, awareness, skill up gradation and personality development through behavioral training etc.,; arrange for specific clinical, legal and other support for women/girls in need of those intervention by linking and networking with other organization in both Govt. & non-Govt.. Sector on case to case basis.

 

DAY CARE CENTRE FOR AGED :

 

Older persons are always neglected by the family members, They lead their lives unwept, unhonoured and unsung. the old people can’t cope with the humdrum of present day life and suffer silently. So we are running a Day Care Centre for aged under the scheme of integrated programme for Older Persons at Rangaloo since March’1995 with the support of Ministry of Social Justice & empowerment, Govt. of India. They get free medicine, nutritious food and other required guidance from this centre. at present, there are 150 Aged enrolled in the Centre.

 

SWADHAR HELPLINE FOR WOMEN LIVING IN DIFFICULT CIRCUMSTANCES :

 

The organization is running a Helpline for women living difficult circumstances at Chakitop in the district of Nagaon (Assam) with the support of the Govt. of India, Ministry of Women & Child Development. Under this project, helpline service for women in need of care & protection is provided. Through this Helpline, we want to reach out the most marginalized women in distress and provides intervention of shelter, medical, repatriation, rescue, death related, emotional support and guidance etc.

 

OLD AGE HOME :

 

In the morning as dawn breaks we offer prayers to the rising sun. The rising sun signifies new hope and new energy. But it has anyone realized that the setting sun has done its day’s work and is now on its way below the horizon for a well earned rest. Our elderly are this golden glow of the setting sun. Nearing the end of life, when all their duties have been completed and when their looking forward to well-deserved rest and recreation, many aged people are living with uncared, unhonoured &   socially neglected. GRAM  VIKAS  PARISHAD  has  taken  this noble initiative to take care to the older person. It has constructed and Old Age Home Building at Rangaloo covering 20,000 sq. ft. with a cost of Rs. 45.32 lakhs out of which Rs. 15.00 lakhs is contributed by the Govt. of India, Ministry of social Justice & Empowerment. At present 25 nos. older persons are staying in the Old Age Home. They have not any legal guardian to look after them. Their family members are not willing to take care of them for which they come out from their house. We provide them safe shelter, nutritious food, proper medical checkup, recreation and other facilities as they needs from our own sources.

 

ADVOCATE AFAZUDDIN AHMED MEMORIAL OLD AGE PENSION :

 

The organization is running another most benefitted scheme for older persons namely “Advocate Afazuddin Ahmed Memorial Old Age Pension” since Sept.’04. The scheme is launched from its own sources in the memory of Advocate Afazuddin Ahmed, renowned social worker of the district as well as Assam state who donate around 7 Bighas of land for construction of Old Age Home to GRAM VIKAS PARISHAD to provide shelter to the neglected by family members, socially unhonoured, uncared old age people. We selected 50 numbers aged people and provide them monthly pension @ Rs. 50.00 (Rupees fifty) only. We are trying to cover older persons from the society who are not  covered under the Govt. Pension scheme.

 

A brief account of beneficiaries under the scheme of Older persons

 

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Name                             of

Programme/Project

No. of Staff No. of Beneficiaries
Male Female Total Male Femal e Total
1 Day    Care    Centre    for Aged 04 01 05 61 89 150
2 Old          age           Home (Maintenance) 03 02 05 22 03 25
3 Old Age Pension Nil Nil Nil 30 20 50
4 Total 08 03 11 113 112 225

 

 

 

CAPACITY BUILDING
MIDDLE LEVEL TRAINING CENTRE (MLTC) :

 

The organization is running a Middle Level Training Centre (MLTC) since April, 2005 with the approval of Social Welfare Department, Govt. of Assam under the World Bank Assisted ICDS – Project UDISHA. The Centre has conducted the following training programme during this year.

 

Job Training Course for ICDS Supervisors :

 

The MLTC has been conducted its 6 nos. Job Training Course for ICDS Supervisors during this year in a residential pattern of 30 days duration. Out of this 20 days are institutional training with practical and mock sessions and 4 days are for supervised practice at the Anganwadi Centers and in the community. Supervised practice is to provide opportunity to the participants to enhance their service delivery skills and plan daily activities. The class room teaching has been included role play, demonstration, class assignment for hands-on-experience. In addition, adequate time has been given to develop communication and counseling skills. For successful of the training it has engaged trained faculty and invite Resource Persons from concerned departments. The details of training are given below.

 

Batch completed during the year

 

Batch Period of Training No. of Trainees
10th 12th      March’     to      10th April’08 12
11th 5th May to 3rd June’08 11
12th 1st Dec. to 30th Dec.’08 11

 

 

ANGANWADI WORKER’S TRAINING CENTRE (AWTC) :

 

The organization is running an Anganwadi Worker’s Training Centre (AWTC) on Aug.’2003 with the approval of Social Welfare Department, Govt. of Assam under the World Bank Assisted ICDS -Project UDISHA.The Centre has conducted the following programme during this year.

 

JOB TRAINING COURSE FOR ANGANWADI WORKERS :

 

The AWTC has been organized 4 nos. of batch of Job Training Course for Anganwadi Workers in residential of 30 days duration. The Programme includes Institutional Training with practical and mock sessions and supervised practice at the AWC and in the community. Supervised practice is to provide opportunity to the participants to enhance their service delivery skills and plan daily activities at AWC. Job training is to be conducted using participatory learning techniques. The class room teaching is to be supported by role play, demonstration and exercises for hands-on-experience. In addition, observational visits, adequate time has been given to develop communication and counseling skills. Feedback mechanism is built into each component.

 

Job Training to AWWs

 

Batch Period of Training No. of Trainees
15th 24 March – 22 April’08 33
16th 28 April – 28 May’08 34
17th 01 June – 30 June’08 22
18th 24 Nov. – 24 Dec.’08 35

 

 

 

REFRESHER TRAINING FOR ANGANWADI WORKERS :

 

The AWTC has been conducted 7 nos. Batches of refresher training for Anganwadi Workers in residential pattern of 7 days duration. All the days are for Institutional Training with practical and mock sessions. The class room teaching is to be supported by role play, demonstration and exercises for hands-on-experience and case studies.

 

MPLOYMENT-CUM-INCOME GENERATING PROGRAMME :

 

Unemployment is one of the burning problem not only in India but also its impact spread round the glob. To reduce the problem, Government has taken various initiatives. Apart from that Vocational Education has introduced by setting up  various Technical Institute in Govt. & Non-Govt. level and the people have also given a good support to efforts of the Government. since inception of the organization, it has implemented various vocational training-cum-production programme. This year, it has implemented the following vocational training programme :

 

VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE for STs :

 

The organization is running Vocational Training Centre for Scheduled Tribes with the financial assistance from the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt. of India since 2002. Through this centre, we provide training in Computer, Cane & Bamboo Making, Embroidery, Cutting & Tailoring, and Weaving & Handloom. Every year 100 Nos. ST Youths have received the training from the Centre with a view to employed themselves in a income generating activities.

 

VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE for DISABLE PERSON

 

The organization is running a Vocational Training Centre for disabled persons with the support of the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India. To develop the skills and employment of the disabled persons, we provide training in Computer (DTP) and Embroidery & Needle Works to 50 training in every year. Under the scheme we provide them monthly stipend, travelling allowances and also provide hostel facilities to the outstation trainees at free of cost with boarding & lodging.

 

SCOOTER, MOTORCYCLE, AUTORICKSHAW REPAIRING TRAINING to OBCs :

 

The organization is running Scooter, Motorcycle, Auto rickshaw Repairing Training at Rangaloo in the district of Nagaon with the financial support of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India. Every year, 50 nos. youths belong to Other Backward Classes has taken training from the Institute. The main objectives of the training are to eradicate unemployment problem by providing market oriented training to rural youths.

 

COMPUTER EDUCATION TRAINING UNIT UNDER RITYDC :

 

To reduce the frustration, unemployed, increase the income, change the socioeconomic conditions, we have been provide various vocational training to our youths of their own choice since its inception. During this year, 60 Nos. unemployed youths has trained in computer Education under Rural Information Technology Youth Development centre. This training unit is running from its own sources.

 

HANDICRAFTS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME :

 

The organization running a Handicrafts Development Project with a view to promoting handicrafts by artisans. In this project efforts are being taken for empowerment of artisans by making them active entrepreneurs cum primary stakeholders in the process of development and bringing them to a visible platform for easy access to domestic and overseas market by upgrading the artisan’s skill through appropriate design and technology intervention for producing value added handicraft items. However, for effective implementation of the programme the organization so far conducted so many activities such as handicrafts exhibition, design development workshop, skill up gradation training etc. in association with different agencies, NGOs, District Administration, KVICs.

 

A brief account of Training & Trainees under different trades :

 

No. of Programme Staff Engaged

No. of Youth

Trained

Employment Status
Male Female Employed Self Employed
Vocational Training to STs 12 06 06 35 45
Vocational Training to Disabled 05 03 02 15 22
SMART to OBCs 04 04 —- 23 09
Computer      Education     Training Unit under RITYDC 02 01 01 30 30

Handicrafts Development

Programme

Nil 125 275 —- —-