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GLC IB
Batch 2012-14
SCHOOL SURVEY
NAME: Pallavi Mitra
ROLL NO. : 81
Faculty Guide: Prof.: Sudipto Chakraborty

PARIVARTAN MAHILA SANSTA
NGO GUIDE : Ms. Jyoti Patekar, President

SUMMARY:
Parivartan Mahila Santha (estb: 1999), I came to know about this NGO after a seminar was held in our college campus. This NGO had mainly established to help the women in the society. The women were backward and were almost jobless. These even included the widows. The NGO also has a few ashrams in certain districts of Maharashtra. These Ashrams mainly shelter the orphan girls. It educates them and even takes responsibility of getting them married. As a part of the project given to us, me and my colleague, Ms. Swastika Mishra was to survey the municipal schools located in Dombivili and Titwala. Although our base was the Balika Ashram in Titwala we had spent 5 working days in Dombivili surveying the rest four schools. It was a great experience for both of us as we had been given the opportunity to explore the city of Mumbai and learn more about these orphan girls.

ABBRIVIATIONS :
NGO : Non-Governmental Organization
KDMC : Kalyan Dombivili Municipal Corporation

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Sl. No.| Topic| Page No.|
1| INTRODUCTION| 5|
2| TASK PERFORMED BY US| 6|
3| REPORT OF THE SURVEY| 7|
4| RECOMENTATION TO THE SURVEY| 9|
5| CONCLUSION| 10|

INTRODUCTION
Parivartan Mahila Sanstha came into existence in the year 1999. The main motive for the formation of this Non-Governmental Organization was “development of women in the society.” The registered offices of this organization are situated all over Maharashtra, Dombivili, Nashik, Latur to name a few. The organization has a few orphanage homes in Titwala and Dombivili. There are more than 20 orphaned girls living in these homes. License issued by State Government in the year 1999. As a part of Parivartan Mahila Sanstha we were asked to conduct a field survey on 5 KDMC Municipal schools situated in Dombivili and Titwala. The survey was mainly based on the factors like teacher student ratio, demographics and infrastructure of the school. We had visited the schools and had a conversation with the teachers and students. The NGO operates in Titwala, Balika Ashram which consists of more than 25 girls of all ages.

TASKS PERFORMED BY US:
Me and my colleague, Ms.Swastika Mishra had volunteered to work for the NGO,Parivartan Mahila Sanstha. We were assigned the task to survey 5 Municipal Schools under KDMC situated in mainly Titwala and Dombivili districts of Maharashtra. The main focus of this survey was based upon the Adolescent Girls. We were also asked to recommend about the current infrastructure of the schools and required suggestions to be made for the development of the children and also the school, mainly infrastructure. It also included the health of students, the social class and also the teacher student ratio in the school. The five schools that we surveyed were:

1) Lal Bahadur Shastri KDMC school
2) Acharya Bhise Prathamik Vidyalaya
3) Sant Tulsidas Vidyalaya
4) Lokmanya Tilak KDMC School No. 20
5) Krantiveer Bhagat Singh Prathamik Vidyalaya
The first four schools are situated in Dombivili and the last one, i.e. in Titwala. THE REPORT OF THE SURVEY MADE
SCHOOL 1: Lal Bahadur Shastri KDMC School No. 20

This school is situated in Lakshman Resha. The total number of students in this school is 369 (173 Female, 195 male). The school starts at 11 am in the morning till 5 pm. A Marathi Medium school has 1st to 7th standard. The total number teachers in this school are 7 (6 Male and 1 female).

PRESENT CONDITION OF THE SCHOOL:
The school being funded by KDMC, provides Mid-day meals to the students. The meals mainly consist of rice, dal and khichdi. The students bring their own plates from home. As co-curricular activities, competitions like rangoli,...
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