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1 Experiential Learning–Setting Up Facilities for Hands on Training
Prof. Vishala Patnam Associate Dean College of Home Science Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth Parbhani (MS)

2 Project Title: Laboratory School for Developmentally Challenged Children
Funding Agency - ICAR New Delhi Period of Reporting Year of Implementation , Budget : Received and booked grant Rs.50 lakh Budget received during Rs.20,000 which was utilized for the purchase of practical materials Principal Investigator Prof Vishala Patnam, College of Home Science, MKV Parbhani

3 Mission To enhance knowledge and skills of UG and PG Human Development Specialization students for developing confidence and professionalism in them

4 Objectives To provide upgraded hands on training facilities for the students of UG and PG professional electives - Organization and Management of Early Childhood Programmes To strengthen research and extension education facilities in the Department of Human Development &Family Studies

5 Items Sanctioned Budget ( ) Rs in lakh Expenditure Rs Variation Equipment 20.00 (+)13 540 Civil Works Lab Construction +Colouring (-) 482 Recurring Contingency 10.00 (-) 7209 Total 50.00 Items Sanctioned Budge( ) Rs in thousands Expenditure Rs Variation Recurring contingency 0.20 20,000 Nil

6 Principal Investigator
University Engineer Hon. Vice- Chancellor MKV Parbhani Contractors +His Workers Dean & DI MKV,Parbhani Physical Resource Management Prof. Vishala Patnam Principal Investigator EL-HT Project Comptroller MKV, Parbhani Material Supply Agencies & Companies Dean, Office College of Home Science Departmental Staff(All Cadres) PG & UG Students Social Image of PI and Dept

7 Six C’s Commitment Creativity Calibrate Camouflage Ceaseless efforts
Censor

8 Developmentally Challenged Children Multi Therapy Zone for DCC
DCC Lab constructed under ELHT project DCC Lab was inaugurated by Dr.Girish Tiwari ADG (Edn), ICAR Developmentally Challenged Children Multi Therapy Zone for DCC Classroom of Developmentally Challenged Children Multi Therapy Zone for DCC

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10 Child Guidance and Family Counselling Clinic
Speech Therapy Lab Speech Therapy Lab UAS Dharwad Home Science students are receiving Implant Training in Child Guidance and Family Counselling Clinic

11 IQ assessment of children in Child Guidance & Family Counselling Clinic upgraded under EL-HT project
GQ assessment of children in Child Guidance & Family Counselling Clinic upgraded under EL-HT project GQ assessment of children in Child Guidance & Family Counselling Clinic upgraded under EL-HT project

12 Lab. Pre-Primary School established under ELHT project for 2-5 yrs old children

13 Computer Lab under EL-HT project UG students learning about IQ test
Board of Studies member Dr. Magar Normal children sharing their experiences interacting with LPPS students about DC children on World Disabled Day

14 Play Section

15 Red buds

16 Brown Buds

17 Green Flowers

18 Blue Flowers

19 Bridge section

20 Family Support Child Care Section

21 Family Support Child Care Section FSCD -2

22 Developmentally Challenged Children

23 Achievements in Total five sections in Lab Pre-Primary School were started for the benefit of normal and developmentally challenged children. The total number of beneficiaries was students and their families. Total 42 credits practical of UG and 3 credits practical of PG courses were successfully completed by providing quality and adequate hands on training to both UG and PG students for upgrading their knowledge and skills to have for professionalism. In addition to it, 2421 clients availed the facility of modernised and well equipped Child / Family Guidance and Counselling clinics. 12 sets of electronic teaching aids and innovative toys for preschools are developed by UG specialization students. The Lab pre-primary school has made a dent on providing stress free quality pre-school education in Parbhani Dt of Marathwada region.

24 No of clients / Families
Receipt generated by Dept. of HD & FS ( ) Receipt from No of clients / Families Amount (Rs) Lab Pre-primary School 115 Child Guidance and Parent Counselling Clinic 15 8 925 Family Guidance and Counselling Clinic 123 9 650 Child IQ Assessment Outdoor Camps 671 15 000 Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan 1612 3 800 Sale of Parenting books printed under ELHT project 178 21 360 Total 2 714

25 Achievements made in Total 7 sections in Lab Pre-Primary School were started for the benefit of normal and developmentally delayed children in The total number of beneficiaries was 180 students and their families. Total 45 credits practical of UG and 3 credits practical of PG courses were successfully completed by providing quality and adequate hands on training to both UG and PG students for upgrading their knowledge and skills to develop professionalism in them. In addition to it, 1444 clients availed the professional services of modernised and well equipped Child / Family Guidance and Counselling Clinics. Implant training was given to UAS Dharwad IV B. Sc-CD students 9 sets of electronic teaching aids and many innovative toys for preschoolers are developed by UG specialization students and staff. Organized 12 Child Development Assessment Camps in collaboration with Dept. of Education, Pbn and different private schools

26 Achievements made in Contributed in 7 national workshops and conferences. Provided employment to 7 pre-school Teachers and 5 Helpers on contractual services and their payment is done from LPPS receipt. The Lab pre-primary school has made a dent on providing stress free & quality pre-school education in Parbhani Dt of Marathwada region. Successfully conducted 40 workshops for parents and youth. Celebrated 7 special days related to children, women and families. Conducted 3 months duration certificate course on Management of Child Care and Education Centres. Published 8 research articles, extension education articles -9 booklets 5, folders -2 Procured child friendly furniture, LPP school compound railing and contingency items for LPP School from its receipt.

27 Awards – 5 were received for having rendered need based and valuable services in areas of Child Development & Education and Community Education for Family Empowerment 1 On Prof. Visala Patnam was felicitated with Priyadarshini award for contribution in Education & Community Development on the Eve of Women’s Day by Zilla Congress Party, Parbhani. 2 Prof.Vishala Patnam felicitated with Krantijyoti Savitribai Phule Adarsha Nari award by Akhil Bharatiya Mahatma Phule Samatha Parishad, Patri (Taluka), Parbhani (Dist.) on 15-8- 2010 for her exceptional contribution in the field of education and community development. 3 Prof.Vishala Patnam received Best Teacher Excellence Award from Associate Dean & Principal of Home Science MAU Parbhani on the Eve of teachers Day on 4 Prof.Vishala Patnam was felicitated by Hon. Ajit Pawar Maharastra State Minister of &ElectricityMumbai for her valuable contribution in Women & Child Welfare component of Parbhani vision in Collector office on Parbhani. 5 Kranthi Jyothi Savitribai Puraskar was received by Prof.Vishala Patnam Head (HD&FS) on for her commendable contribution in education, research and extension from Kranti Jyothi. S Phule & Akhil Bhartiya Mahatma Phule Parishad Parbhani.

28 Receipt Generated by Dept. of HD & FS 2010 -2011)
Receipt generated from No of Students / Families Amount (Rs) Lab Pre-primary School 180 Child / Family Guidance and Counselling Clinics/ Consultancy services 1444 clients & families 52 535 Sale of Books, CDs, DVDs etc 17 225 Certificate Courses in PSM one 18 300 Total receipt generated under EL-HT project activities Rs

29 Utilization of the LPP School and Child / Family Guidance Clinics for the Specialization Courses in UG & PG Programmes Course No UG Course titles Credits 1 HDFS-111 Life Span Development 3(2+1) 2 HDFS-122 Early Childhood Development Care and Education 3 HDFS-233 Children with Developmental Challenges 4 HDFS-MEC: 351 Developmental Assessment of Young Children 4 (2+2) 5 HDFS -MEC :352 Family Counselling 6 HDFS -MEC :353 Readiness Material for Children 4(1+3) 7 HDFS -MEC :354 Organization and Management of Dramatic and Rhythmic Activities for Children 4(0+4) 8 HDFS- MEC: 361 Creative Experiences for Children 4(2+2) 9 HDFS- MEC :362 Organization and Management of ECCD Programmes 5(2+3)

30 P.G Course Titles 10 HDFS- MEC :363 Literature for Young Children
4(1+3) 11 HDFS-MEC :364 Intervention Programmes for Developmentally Challenged Children 12 HDFS- MEC :471 Entrepreneurship in Child Care Services 6(2+4) 13 HDFS- MEC :473 Developing Play Material for Children 14 HDFS- MEC :474 Infant Stimulation Programmes 15 Implant Training for other SAUs and Certificate courses trainees 10 (0+10) Total 66 (21+45) S. No. Course No P.G Course Titles Credits 1 HDFS:505 Innovative Programmes in Early Childhood Care and Education 3 (2+1) 2 HDFS:504 Children With Developmental Challenges 3(2+1) 3 HDFS:506 Methods and Techniques of Assessment in Human Development 9 (6+3) Grand total 75(27 +48)

31 Presentation of Research Articles in National / State Seminars/Conferences
1 Patnam V.N and Desetty R.V (2010) GQ and IQ of LPP School students and Influencing Factors at National level Seminar on Current Status of Health and Nutrition in Women, Infants and Children, Dept.of Home Science, Arts & Commerce Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Ambajogai, Beed (MS)  2 Desetty R.V, Patnam V.N and Bhalerao V (2010) Effects of early child care intervention on awareness of rural mothers about child upbringing, Presented in National seminar organized by Karnataka University PG Center (Bijapur) in collaboration with Research Center for Social Science, Mumbai(MS).  3 Patnam V.N and Desetty R.V (2010) Roaring success of Pre- School Management Courses offered by Dept. of Human Development, Swatantrya Sainik Suryabhanji Pawar Mahavidyalay, Purna (TQ), Parbhani (Dist) in collaboration with Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded.  4 Patnam V.N (2010) Significance of professentional electives courses of Child development in entrepreneurship development of youth,Swatantrya Sainik Suryabhanji Pawar Mahavidyalay, Purna (TQ), Parbhani (Dist) in collaboration with Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded.   

32 5 Patnam V.N (2010) Stimulants and stimulatory activities for infants and toddlers, ICAR Winter school on Educational play materials for normal and special children conducted from 5-25 January 2010 by UAS Dharwad (KS). 6 Patnam V.N (2010) Stimulants and stimulatory activities for preschoolers, ICAR Winter school on Educational play materials for normal and special children conducted from 5-25 January 2010 by UAS Dharwad (KS). 7 Prof. Visala Patnam was a resource in National level training on ‘Empowerment of Women Through Nutritional Security, sponsored by ICAR New Delhi and organized Dept. of Foods & Nutrition, College of Home Science, MAU Parbhani during 1-10 December 2010. 8 Prof.Visala Patnam was a group leader & resource person presented paper on Significance of Participatory Learning in Higher Education in the Regional workshop on Improvement in Teaching Quality organized by Dept. Extension Education College of Agriculture, Parbhani from 22 to 23 March 2011.

33 Research Publications -7
1 Patil M.A, Desetty R V and Patnam V N (2010) Children’s Views about Good Parents. The Mysore J. of Agricultural Sciences.42 (2):  2 Jadhav U B, Desetty R V, Patil M.A and Patnam V N (2010) Health Profile and Anthropometric Measurements of Pre Term Neonates and Care During Their Hospital Stay. The Mysore J. of Agricultural Sciences.42 (2):  3 Patnam V , Bangale J and Desetty R (2010) Influence of Self Care and Family Life Education Intervention on Awareness and Behaviour of Rural Girls.International J. of Family and HomeScience.16 (1): 9-23.  4 Wagmode, S, Desetty R and Patnam V (2010) Rural Mothers Attitudes Towards Preschool Education and Their Influencing Factors. Indian Psychological Review. 74 (3):  5 Patnam V and Desetty R (2010) Mental Health Status of Clinically Identified Women : Symptoms and Causes. Indian Psychological Review.74 (4):  6 Patnam V. N and Badami S (2010). Views of Maharastrian postgraduate students about preremarital counselling and types of readiness for successful marriage. Advance Research J. of Social Science. 1 (2) :  7 Patil M.A, Desetty R V, Jadhav U B and Patnam V N (2010) Effects of parental marital conflicts. Mysore J. of Agric. Sci.44 (3):

34 Coordinators LPP School Staff Prof.Ramana Desetty Prof.Jaya Bangale
Project Staff Coordinators LPP School Staff Prof.Ramana Desetty Prof.Jaya Bangale Prof.Veena Bhalerao

35 Beneficiaries & Receipt
Extension Activities Number Beneficiaries & Receipt ELHT-Lab Pre-primary School Students Rs. 4,25,060 Students Rs. 6,14,458 Students Rs. 8,98,500 Students-251 Rs. 14,00,000 Total – 762 Children & families Rs. 33,38,018

36 Lab. Pre-Primary School established under ELHT project for 2-5 yrs old children

37 Minister of Agriculture(MS)
Hon. Balasaheb Thorat in CG&FC ICAR DG Dr.Mangala Roy interacting with LPP School Students

38 Child Development Assessment Camp (CDAC) organized in a village by UG-HD specialization students

39 UG specialization students studying about normal and subnormal
child development Hon.Vice-Chancellor Dr.KPGore and Dean & DI Dr.VS Sninde at the Convocation LPP School

40 plantation on Environment Day
A student receiving Best Child- Best Parents Trainees of MCE&DC Certificate Course Award in CDAC in Play section Musical workshop in LPP school LPPS students doing tree plantation on Environment Day

41 MCAER DG Hon. Thakur in LPPSchool Dr
MCAER DG Hon. Thakur in LPPSchool Dr.V V Sadamate, Advisor(Agril) Planning Commission Govt. of India appreciating ELHT project outcome Dr. Anil Singh DDG(NRM), ICAR, Delhi visited Lab. School and released educational DVDs developed under EL-HT project

42 UG students’ participation ECCDE activities
Celebration of WDD in slums of Parbhani Dr.Kirti Singh and his team knowing about ELHTP

43 Visit of Dr. CD Mayee ASRB Chairman Delhi Visit of Hon
Visit of Dr.CD Mayee ASRB Chairman Delhi Visit of Hon. Sanjay Jadhav MLA MS to CG&FCC LPPS students learning about water purification Workshop of teenage students on Self Care

44 Journalists visit to EL-LT Labs Hon. S.L .Mehta, Former DDG,ICAR
appreciating Parenting book published under EL-HTP, ADG(EQR) Dr. R. K. Mittal Delegates of in-service teacher training UG&PG Students at CDA camp


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