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1 Diploma in Basic Rural Technology (DBRT)
Vigyan Ashram (VA) Diploma in Basic Rural Technology (DBRT) IBT Coordinator Vocational Courses Annual Update for Budget Proposal

2 Enterprise Development
Mission Revolutionize the education system with following goals Suitable to 90% of our population, who at present often opts to remain out of school. Work activity should be the base for education. Learning should be by “Learning While Doing” Use of the modern technology as a social equalizer improving quality of education especially in rural area. Education Enterprise Development Rural Development Technology School  Society

3 Objectives Integration of education with development
Stimulating intellect through physical activities Broadening the horizon of student experience Reversing rural to urban migration Giving multi skill base for specialization Developing entrepreneurship

4 History Center of Indian Institute of Education (IIE), Pune
Founded in 1983 by scientist turned educationalist Dr. S. S. Kalbag Aimed to find problems in formal education Modern version of old Gurukul system Several programs for training youth in rural and urban areas In-house programs for school dropouts Teaching and learning takes place in Marathi, Hindi and English. Developed innovative technologies and successful commercialization

5 Location Pabal – 70 km from Pune, Maharashtra
IBT program is now implemented in 130 schools across 5 states (Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Andhra Pradesh and Chattisgarh

6 Asha Support Details DBRT (Diploma in Basic Rural Technology), 1-year residential diploma program is main laboratory of education for VA. IBT program is its replication in schools. Asha mainly supports core staff salary and other expenses (Utilities, internet, Electricity, Water, Maintainance, Communication, Travel) at Pabal campus. Other organizations like Lend-a-hand-India, Suzlon etc support the IBT replication efforts. DBRT DBRT instructor staff salary (6 Instructors) Admin staff salary (1 Accounts person) Kitchen staff salary (4 people) Utilities (e.g. electricity, water, internet) DBRT\IBT coordinator salary Yogesh Kenge is working as a principal of DBRT program as well as IBT coordinator.

7 Support by other organizations
DBRT and short term courses – E-Boss, Tech Mahindra Foundation Students are charged with Tuition fees – Rs.8,000 (per year) Hostel and food expenses – Rs. 12,000 (per year) Some organizations pay for students' fees/education loan IBT schools Under plan 100 – supported by Lend-a-Hand India Other IBT schools - supported by various organizations like HKF INDUSA (Kishan & Kiran Bhatia) Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India supports development of rural technology on a project by project basis Infrastructure development – supported by M/S Praj Foundation, Govt. of Maharashtra, E-Boss, Mr. Mahesh Wahaval, Suzlon Foundation

8 2012-2013 Fund Utilization Asha Fund History Approved Rs. 7,76,000
DBRT Salary Rs. 8,02,083 Utilities and other expenses Rs. 1,10,775.25 Total Rs. 9,12,858.25 *Excess expenses will be met through community service income and fees. Asha Fund History Rs. 7,76,000 Rs. 7,34,000 Rs. 7,72,000

9 Funds Requested Fiscal year July 2013 – June 2014
Salaries Rs. 11,91,307.50 Rs. 14,31,499.44 Utilities and other expenses Rs. 1,89,860 Rs. 2,08,846.00 Tuition Fees -Rs.3,60,000 (Rs.8,000 * 45 students) -Rs.3,87,000 (Rs.8,600 * 45 students) Proposed Rs. 10,21,167 Rs. 10,44,499.44 Approved Rs. 7,76,000 TBD

10 Budget 2013-2014 A. Salary of DBRT staff Total B. Other expenses
Qualification Actual Salary (Per month) 10% increase in salary over last year is considered. Proposed salary ** Annual salary El Contibution EPF Contibution Total Annual Salary Yogesh Kenge Msc( DBRT co-ordinator ) Laxamn Jadhav DBRT (Workshop) Milind Ovol Diploma Agriculture(Agri/AH) Anita Pansare B.Tech (Food Technology) 800.00 0.00 Vishal Jagatap BA ,DBRT ( Electrical) Pradnya Shindekar Diploma (Electronics) Anita Jangam M.Com(Accounts) 600.00 Alaka Jadhav Kitchen 442.00 Kausabai Deshmukh Rukmini Lokande Savita Bhandalkar Total B. Other expenses TOTAL BUDGET : DBRT program Utilities Internet Charges Table (A) Salary of DBRT staff Electricity Table (B) Other expenses Water maintainance of machines/ wear and tear Communication Travel

11 Process Checks Item Status Approved budget (proposed: Rs. 10,45,000)
Approval type Recurring Amount(s) disbursed last fiscal year Rs. 7,76,000 Amount utilized by the project last fiscal year Rs. 9,12, (Rest coming from other donations) Last Site visit November 2014 Current primary steward Jyoti Gawade Current secondary stewards Aparna Geet Deepali Bhagvat Status of the web page Updated till Jan 2014 Status of the Yahoo databases

12 Updates - Highlights Do-it-yourself (DIY) lab in Pune
Village level Entrepreneurs (VLE) program started partnering with Bottom of the Pyramid Energy & Environment Pvt Ltd (BOPEEI) in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh states from the $100,000 grant from World bank. 300 village youth to be trained in LED and solar installation. 2 coordinators with 10 field officers. 100 demo centers in schools. An impact assessment team of World Bank representative visited Kathewada (MP) to document case study of the project. VLE Awareness camps in following villages of Chattisgarh : Kumharas, Badejarka,Muchnar, Paunar (abujmad), Vahanpur, Koragali, Nakulnar, Budpaddar etc. Most of the villages are very interior and only accessible after 3‐4kms by walk. 7 solar villages (100% population) are using BOPEEI solar lamp. 37 students out of 40 residential DBRT students graduated in June 2013 and got placed. 14 IBT instructors completing DBRT(distance ed ) over 3 years. 6 students continuing higher education (BA - distance ed). This batch has earned Rs.1,21,735/‐ by way of community services. batch started in July with 42 students (1 girl) from 8 different states as Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Andra Pradesh, Kerala, Bihar and Maharashtra. 28 students getting scholarship from other donors and VA scholarship funds IBT program expansion in other parts of India schools in 5 states. 207 IBT instructors completed training this year.

13 Updates - Highlights Total of 47 students completed various short term courses. Skill on Wheel (SOW) research project to develop a low cost methods to take skills training to very poor community without infrastructure. Funded from $2000 individual donation. INDUSAPTI continued OER generation and testing, working on the VA blog, OER website and DST portfolio website. INDUSA CARES introduced new computer courses. AAKASH Tablets – IIT,Pawai has given us 200 Aakash tablets which were distributed to IBT School children. INDUSA CARE (Computer application for rural Education) continued providing training and services in accounting, hardware assembly and computer maintainance to nearby villages and schools. Many volunteers from various institutes / organizations as Engineers without border (EWB-UK), SPJIMR- Mumbai, Dr.BSKKV Agriculture B.Tech College, Fab-lab (MIT – USA), Bachpan Banao (CG) and individual volunteers contributed in Vigyan ashram’s program during last year. Maharashtra State Livelihood Innovation Mission Forum (MSRLIM) award Shri.Ga.Ma.Samajik Krushilta Purskar – 2014 award Liz is a NPR news reporter from seattle visited VA in July. She will publish a brief writeup on their website soon and plans to include VA in a radio feature about philanthropy by Indians in Seattle Area

14 Updates - DBRT Cleanliness Drive by DBRT students in Pabal Village
Ganapati Festival performance earned Rs 16000 EWB  conducted waste management training  in Pabal high school, installed garbage bin and plans to make a composting pit in market.  DBRT students atteded one day training on hydroponics green fodder cultivation and polythene bag silage making. Students will adopt these 2 techniques as a part of their DBRT project.   DBRT students built a ferro-cement wall in cow shed as their practical work. DBRT students put up stall of various food products at Mind-tree exhibition, Hinjawadi Pune

15 Updates - DBRT DBRT students visited Kisan Exhibition held at Moshi
DBRT students participated in Science Exhibition at GMRT‐Khodad 16 students from Anand Niketan,Nasik completed (IBS Introduction to Basic Skills) training. 23 DBRT students went on cycle trek , covered distance of 265 kms in three days. Visited Goat Narayangaon, Ojhar sugar factory and nearby scenic places. Information cum Training session was conducted on microfinance and loan for business.

16 Updates - IBT  Proposal to introduce IBT program at VI‐VIII  is submitted to SCERT  Open Education Resources (OER) testing at Pokhari & Shinavane High School Conducted survey of all 73 IBT alumni. We are planning opportunity guidance program Dantewada District  administration has decided to  introduce IBT in 17 schools.  IBT Training in Chattisgarh.Total 65 instructors from 17  schools participated in the program.   Testing of Open Education resources (OER) was done in Shivkar IBT school. Students constructed geodesic  d ome structure for their Tiffin shed.  Mr.Nazrul of Azim premji foundation visited IBT schools and presented IBT program in Nai Talim conference Dhamari school Engineering dept made community service work for villagers worth Rs. 1,20,700 and made profit of Rs Funding for many Plan100 schools is stopped and become irregular  from last 2 years. Funding from Suzlon f oundation has stopped completely. Schools are trying their best to run  the program from fees and own reso urces. 30 schools need additional support to keep the momentum of the program.   IBT school Principal meeting was held at JPNC on 4th Jan. Total 76 persons including principals of 46 schools and sponsoring partners attended the meeting.

17 Updates - IBT A committee to revise IBT (v1) syllabus as per the National Vocational Qualification Framework (NVEQF) is formed by Directorate of Vocational Education & Training (DVET). Yogesh created the first draft. Yogesh visited khodad on 22nd Oct and met Dr.Govind Swaroop. They wanted to start rural science center in khodad in line with IBT program. Pawan is operating from Dantewada and launched IBT program in all 17 porta cabin schools of the district. Instructor Eligibility test was conducted for schools in Pench region on 18th Dec. It is found that Out of 16 instructors, 6 are poorly trained, 4 are very well qualified. 3600 annual review of IBT schools in Pench & Tadoba area involving Funding partner (HKF), villagers, parents, Govt officials, VA and other NGOs working in the forest areas. IBT Exhibition and workshop in Kolhapur. District administration of Dantewada sanctioned Rs. 150,000 for each of the 17 schools to purchase tools for IBT program. Unicef sanctioned proposal for training and technical support for IBT program in Bijapur district. Group of Bachapan Banao fellows are working in different porta cabin schools completing their fellowship period in April.

18 Updates - IBT IBT stall in Rangeela Bal Mahotsav at Dantewada visited by Chief Minister of Chattisgarh Mr.Raman Singh and his ministers, District collector. IBT Gurukul school,Develapar (Nimtola) exhibited IBT project in Tribal Education conference Ranjeet and Kailash visited Lokmangal Seva Trust ,Belgaum (Karnataka) who wish to implement IBT with help of Vigyan ashram. Visit of RMSA team – Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyaan (RMSA) team visited VA to understand VA philosophy and IBT. Education Dept is working on making IBT program a core subject as per NSQF(National Skill Qualification Framework) and this meeting was important in that respect. Yogesh visited Lucknow on 21st July at the invitation of RMSA, UP to present IBT program Yogesh visited Director (vocational) of CBSE board to discuss IBT program in CBSE school. Ranajeet Shanbhag visited Hyderabad on invitation to start IBT program in newly formed Telangana state. Yogesh met trustees of Swadesh Foundation to discuss possibility of introducing IBT in schools in konkan. Yogesh visited Munni Seva Baroda interested in IBT. Mr.Rajendra Pawar, Chairman of Baramati Agro Development Trust visited VA to explore possibility of starting IBT program in their schools

19 Updates – DST 47 students took short term vocational courses
Electric appliances 1 Welding and Fabrication (3 month) 3 Welder cum fabricator (1 year) 14 Accounting 18 Computer(Basic & Networking) 4 Poultry Goat Farming

20 Introduction/ features/ Principles
Updates - DST Particular Introduction/ features/ Principles Domestic Solar Egg Incubator Temperature / Humidity control systems are modified to digital controls. Business model prepared for domestic egg incubator model. 4 Units were sold (2 to educational institutes & 2 to farmers) by M/s.Future innovatiove systems. Aquaponics Trial on feasibility of aquaponics is in progress. Trials on aquaponics with various polyhouse farming crops as cucumber, tomato, spinach are completed. Tomato & Cucumber trials showed significant difference in yield output of crops. Experiment results are published on Ambient temperature dryer (De-humidifier) Dryer based of dehumidification principle developed for fruit pulp, vegetables, herbal products etc drying with field testing on mango pulp. Mango pulp dried to form candy roll, a marketable processed product. Commercial marketable model designed with 3000 lit volume capacity on order with its operational manuals. Food processing recipes Various new food recipes are developed as that of - Linseed fortified chikki, Spirulina fortified chikki, Drying technology for Natural fruit pulp, Pomegranate drying, ready mixes etc..

21 Updates - DST New  poultry  shed  with  proper raring environment (temp / light/ hu midity), feeding / drinking water facility etc has resulted  in improved  FCR (feed conversion ratio) with more profit / bird.    Dantewada, Chattisgarh for 34 students. A dry fruit roll cutting machine is manufactured and delivered against order to a business in Indore. Aquaponics trial of Tomato plants Training on advance farming techniques for local farmers and help with needed testing\analysis

22 Updates - DST Working on making a rice huller. First prototype of newly designed, hand operated machine was fabricated and lab tested for its efficiency. Conducted a workshop to develop new project ideas from the scrap received at JPNC A science project competition - students from six school participated in the project Sprinkler irrigation system is installed on new fodder plot. A project to monitor and reduce water evaporation using waste products like PET bottles and Thermocol ball. A half day workshop was conducted for selected 20 farmers on Advanced mobile technology based agricultural applications with demonstration of Mpest and other android apps on AKAASH tablets.

Dairy , silage, lathe machine, carpentary, water testing OERS given for verification A website for Nai Talim conference on OER is uploaded on Nai Talim OER Development workshop at Ahmedabad. 70 people from different states. 13 OER drafts were created. We have received 200 ‘Aakash’ Tablets from IIT, Powai. Distributed 120 tablets to IBT students in Pabal high school. These students underwent training on use of Tablets at ashram. OERs, Powerpoints and CDs developed on IBT/DBRT course are loaded on the tablets. 44 selected apps related to biology, maths, chemistry, English, Hindi, and geometry are also loaded on the tablets. Launched practical course in accounting as part of INDUSA CAREs for 16 students from Pabal village who will provide accounting services to self-help groups under “Learning while Doing” technique.

24 Other Updates Received replacement parts for laser cutter from MIT. Had issues with customs. Working on getting exception. EWB volunteer Olivia and Sam completed their 3 months volunteering tenure Team from Cummins and Aquafilter India visited VA to take feedback on trial water filter set given to us and to demonstrate new community filter model. Visit to Anandwan (Varora) to study waste plastic recycling project. Development of permaculture garden at DIY lab Pune Winter camps in DIY lab benefitting 51 students VA got Multipurpose cultivator that does soil preparation, weeding, hoeing, spraying, shredding etc.) from Chudekar Industries. To be used to test the concept of ‘Agri service provider’ – repository of equipment for a village where farmers can rent the equipment. 35 Students from different schools are attending regularly weekly training workshops (Saturday and Sunday) in fab lab for completing different science projects. Composting of garden waste in DIY lab.

25 Other Updates Yogesh attended meeting at NIOS Head office, New Delhi on 12th March to develop content for launching ‘Rural Technology’ course through virtual open school (VOS). VA submited proposal to prepare content and it was accepted. VA is getting some of the projects done by graduate and post graduate students of various colleges. Submitted proposal on “Technology Incubation cum Entrepreneur Development Centre” to Praj Foundation. Domes built by VA in 1992 in Latur earthquake were painted by school children volunteers with the help of VA people. Azim Premji University (APU) will be doing impact study of VA program i.e DBRT and IBT. Some of the VA staff attended 2nd DM Convening on ‘Monitoring and evaluation’ at Delhi to discuss measuring intermediate outcome and impact of the VLE project. In Fab lab, 3 students from Pabal village are working on project on ‘Traffic control system’ and 1 from Pargaon are working on grass cutter. They are preparing this project for INSPIRE Award competition.

26 Other Updates Pradnya completed all her assignment for Fab Academy and is the first person from Vigyan Ashram to complete Fab Academy. Technology Incubation cum Entrepreneurship Development centre (TIED)’ project supported by Praj foundation started. A fellowship will be provided to youth having potential to become entrepreneur including stipend for 6 month, facility to do a trial run of enterprise on VA campus with mentoring and hand‐holding support. VA Alimni Anil Gade is with VA and has contributed in development & commercial manufacturing of Egg incubator, dryer, Anjir slicer etc. His contribution is recognized for ‘Yuva Udyojak Puraskar 2014’. On 30th July, open house exhibition was organized. All of VA’s work: projects done and major achievements during last year were shown. More than 2000 visitors including Panchayat members, our alumni, villagers, farmers group, SHGs, our funding partners, NGOs, students from 13 schools visited the exhibition. Mr.Chris Pocock and Mr.Navaz Karim from EWB‐UK joined VA on 11th July. They will be working on ‘Design Thinking’ project for next 3 month.

27 Updates – Conferences, Workshops
Fab9 : International conference for Digital fabrication at Yokohama, Japan. Sponsored by MIT and Fab foundation. Presented paper on egg incubator. Good opportunity  to learn new tools for digital fabrication and  its importance in coming future Meeting at Centre of Social Media Innovations for Communities (COSMIC) at NUS Singapore as a partner (feedback and field testing) in the MPest project, a mobile app that provides intelligent pest solutions to help farmers to collectively share and receive knowledge regarding pest conditions in agricultural fields.  Talk on ‘21st century education’ at Kamale Guruji vyakhyanmala for school teachers organised  by Solapur Jil ha Samajseva Mandal Talk on ‘Opportunities in rural areas’ in National Seminar on social inclusion organised  by Dr.Munje MBA inst itute at Nasik Technology Resource Group (TRG) meeting on ‘Learning hubs’ for Odisha Girl Incentive  Program in New Delhi Presented paper on Vigyan Ashram’s educational philosophy and program at ‘Tech for  Seva’ conference at P une. First conference of Development MarketPlace award winning organizations at Ranchi. World Bank also organized training on “Management & working strategies”.

28 Updates – Conferences, Workshops
Dome construction training in college of Architecture, Balewadi Yogesh participated meeting on developing framework for monitoring and evaluation of ‘Value Education’ program conducted by Bhartiya Jain Sangathan in Beed District. Yogesh gave lecture on ‘Education for Third Industrial Revolution’ at Parivartan Vyakhyanmala at Baramati. Stall in AgroOne agricultural Exhibition in Pune displayed Egg incubator and different food products. Skill training for advancement of rural societies (STARs forum) conference at Pune. Total 112 attendees representing 90 organizations from 6 states participated. New areas for livelihood generation, rural marketing opportunities, content for skilled training, work based education etc were discussed in the conference. Yogesh gave a talk on ‘Education for 21st century’ at Dantewada. Yogesh participated in panel discussion at MCCIA in ‘Summit on skill development’ on 4th March. The conference was organized by Yuva Parivartan. Yogesh attended meeting regarding introducing vocational education in school under Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abiyan (RMSA) at Mantralaya. Mr.Yagyavalk Bhatt of Himalayan Environment Studies and Conservation Organization (HESCO), a DST core support organisation visited VA to study technologies and educational program.

29 Updates – Conferences, Workshops
Ranjeet attended Climate change knowledge Network‐ for Indian Agriculture (CCKN‐IA) workshop on 14th BAIF. Yogesh gave a talk on ‘Education for third Industrial revolution’ on 28th March in a lecture series organized by ‘Samajawadi Adhyapak Sabha’ at Sane Guruji Smarak, Pune. Yogesh gave presentation before STED proposal evaluation committee of DST at New Delhi on 3rd April. Yogesh attended mentor meet at S.P Jain Management Institute, Mumbai on 12th April. Yogesh submitted online application form of SERO (Scientific & Industrial research organization) for IIE, Pune. Rahul attended workshop on ‘Public Trust act and compliances’ Mr. Riichiro Takahashi of M/S Toshiba India Pvt Ltd. Visited VA on 18th June. Yogesh and Pradnya attended Fab10 Barcelona. Yogesh was invited as a speaker in a panel discussion on Fab Education. He also took part in different discussion on FabEd (Fab lab in education) and Fab Asia Network. Pradnya learned about 3D printer and shopbot machine.

30 Updates – Awards and Recognitions
Vigyan ashram and BoPEEI Pvt.Ltd. received Word bank sponsored International Development market place award and $100,000 grant for replicating renewable energy technologies in tribal belt of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh state. Vigyan Ashram received ‘Maharashtra State Rural Livelihood Innovation Forum (MSRLIF)’ award for communicating technologies to rural population through IBT schools. Award consists of amount of Rs.2 lacs and trophy. Yogesh was felicitated by Rotary Club of Pune Central on 19th Oct for contribution in the area of vocational education. Manus Pratishthan,Pune awarded ShriGaMa Vidhayak Krutishilata Purskar to Vigyan Ashram. Maharashtra tourism development corporation (MTDC) included Vigyan ashram in its social tourism destination. They are organizing tour of people interested in development work once a month.

31 Updates - Infrastructure
New kitchen building construction work was started in June. Work started with demolishing of old kitchen and office. Flooring for dairy farm shed, shed for azolla nursery, fabrication of handle to lift workshop gate, brooder for poultry – 3 nos, railing in farm shed Safety Day : Carried out safety audit of all  workplaces and took corrective actions. All loose connections, bro ken pins etc were fixed. Students discussed  possible danger in each section and common mistake they make  which can be dangerous.   DBRT students completed workshop shed construction for D-I-Y lab in Pune. Students constructed temporary shed for cooking due to shifting of kitchen. DBRT students erected a dome at Balewadi stadium for kite festival. DBRT students constructed a shelter for visitors (Dream House) from material salvaged from old structure that was being demolished. Fodder chopping yard shed is rebuild with new roof structure. Fodder chopping yard flooring and side wall construction (ferro-cement) is completed by DBRT students. Polyhouse UV protection film was damaged due to heavy cyclonic wind in VA. Repairs costed Rs Dry fodder storage yard damaged due to fire outbreak. Loss of about Rs

32 Site Visit Report Srihari from Asha Pune did a site visit on June 22nd 2014 and November 2nd 2014. The construction of the new Kitchen/Meditation Room/Office is in progress. The Slab work is all done. Since there are issues using the makeshift kitchen VA wants to get the Kitchen walls done as early as possible. The slab work is done by external contractor who is an alumnus of VA and remaining work by the students. Students were attending lectures, doing practical work in the various departments. Workshop students were building up a shelf for the books Electrical students doing some work on circuit breakers Agri students working on Ajola fodder cultivation Poultry students tending to chicks and Goats Home and Health students doing some Lassi using Almonds, Elachi and Curd. Few students making some Khoya for making some Pheda. There was one girl student in the Electical department but I could not talk to her.

33 Site Visit Report This time students have a colour jacket as uniform: - Electrical – Brown, Workshop – Blue, Agri – Red and Food – Sky Blue. Wearing the uniform on Monday is compulsory. Account of few students I spoke with this time:- Bishnu is from Nepal and has been in VA for the last 3 months doing practicals in Ajola area Joy Singh just joined a month back, is from Assam doing practicals in Ajola area. Along with Joy there were few more from Assam. Dutta who is from nearby Chakan have been in VA for the last 3 months. He was showing me around. He has finished his Food lab work and now in Agri department This time there were two students (Raj Kumar and Murugesan) from TN who have joined VA. They have joined after getting to know about it through Ranjith’s friends in TN. Both of them know only a smattering of English and Hindi and no Marathi but they still get by. Learning new things, making new friends and to do something in life. Most of the students I met have completed their 12th.

34 Vigyan Ashram Resources
Main portal: Continuous updates: Monthly status report and all annual reports Documentary v=tYARqEp0Nbg OER portal: DST portal:

35 DBRT Batch batch has students from 8 different states ‐ Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Jharkhand, Andra Pradesh, Bihar, Kerala and Maharashtra

36 DBRT Batch Student providing highest amount of community services (Rs ) Team working on the Best project of the year (Dream House) Best student of the year

37 Akash Tablets Distribution

38 VLE training Bijapur VLE trainees 100% Solar lights village in Kharkalli DBRT students constructing poultry shed

39 Kitchen Construction

40 IBT Instructor Training

41 Andhra Pradesh DIG visit
CM Chattisgarh Visit Staff At VA RMSA Visit

42 Students on Campus

43 Article in a local Newspaper

44 Dome construction in Shivkar School

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