Virtual Classroom Learning Program (VCLP)
A VCLP is an online learning platform where the teaching is carried out in the studio school, from where the receiving schools are able to view the same at multiple centres.
Standard 10th results are as below
A training program for teachers of our VCLP was done with a pilot batch of 14 participants. Positive feedback has been provided on improvement in teaching quality.
A pilot of inducting a school for speech and hearing impaired children into the VCLP, as a Receiving school. Based in Tumkur, it is a Red Cross run school. Special hearing aids have already been provided to the children and the VCLP equipment is being installed and classes should commence in the new academic year.
Funding support to Classroom based Learning
Through Vedavyasa Foundation (VF) students in grades 9 and 10 in the Govindrao Memorial School, Mysore, a government aided school, are being provided with classroom based tuitions in Mathematics, Science and English. VF also teaches yoga to the children.
Through Friends of Tribal Society, 10 single teacher schools for the tribal children in Karnataka are being supported. Students are taught English, Kannada and basic arithmetic up to Grade 3.
Supporting the bridge schools for out-of-school children of Urban Bangalore through Let’s Do Some Good Foundation
Support to educational institutions for challenged persons
Financial support was provided to the school cum day-care for the mentally challenged children at Ramnagara, Rural Bangalore, through the Sri Vaishnavi Special Education Academy.
Financial support was provided to a school for mentally challenged children at Bangalore through Sambhav Foundation.
Funding support was provided to a school for hearing impared children, in Jaipur, through the Lala Chamanlal Educational Trust for Boys
Other Education related initiatives (with funding support from MEMG)
1,000 scholarships of Rs.2,000/- each were given to eligible employees’ children of MIS & MSS
Through Ujwal Trust, the Foundation supported TEDxMAIS, a student run activity in Mallya Aditi International School in Bangalore, to develop creative, leadership and organisational skills of students
Through Shri VRDM Trust, the Foundation funded purchase of school bags for students of ITI and GTTC in Haliyal and Joida taluks in Karnataka