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  NGO Name

Vidyarambam

  Year Established

2002

  Primary Contact

Mr. Ranganathan

  Address

Admin Office, c/o Sharada Sishu Vidyalaya,

 

38, Besant Avenue, Adyar

  District

Chennai

  State

Tamil Nadu

  PIN

600 020

  Email

president@vidyarambam.org

  Phone 1

91-44-3090 3254

  Phone 2

-

  Fax

-

     

  NGO Work

 

  Category

Non formal education

  Website

http://vidyarambam.org

  Annual Budget

Rs.

  FCRA clearance?

No

 

 

         

  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.

Girija Hariharan, AID-RPI, March 2, 2004, hgirija@yahoo.com

 
 
   

  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo

  1

 

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  Projects List

Amount Funded

  +  Vidyarambam

$ 1500

 
 

 Total 

$ 1500

 

 

 

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  NGO Goals

 

 

Providing pre-school education for children of age 3 to 6 in various remote villages in Tamil Nadu. The NGO aims at motivating the children into learning process and thereby preparing them for formal education in goventment school.

  Achievements

 

The NGO has expanded its centers to 300 villages in various districts of Tamilnadu with a total of 196 learning centres.

As of June 2003, 509 students passed out of Vidyarambam and of them 467 have joined school.

  Summary

 

Vidyarambam is a pre-school education project for the kids in the age group 3 to 6 years. Learning centers were started in various remote villages in Tamilnadu during June 2002 and has expanded to 196 learning centers (with 20 students at each center) as of Dec 2003. Kids are selected from economically backward and illiterate families in the villages. Tutor is selected from the same village and he/she is paid.

 
 
 

  

 
 

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