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1 District Literacy Committee Chair Rotary International District 3291
T-E-A-C-H The Path Ahead By PDG Uttam Ganguli District Literacy Committee Chair Rotary International District 3291

2 Why Literacy? Who is a literate? Mission of Rotary
After the successful completion of eradicating Polio, Rotary was looking for a meaningful service towards mankind. It was found that Illiteracy was plaguing not only our country but the entire of South East Asia. literates less than 70% in India and less than 62% in South East Asia . Enhancing Literacy, will not only educate the masses, but also open the doors of economic development and better quality of life to the poor. Who is a literate? Any Person who can read words per minute, write, count, and do simple mathematical calculations of two or three digits addition, subtraction and multiplication is called a literate. Mission of Rotary To Achieve 100 % literacy in South East Asia by the year 2017 and to provide good education at affordable cost.

3 The symbol L for Literacy
T-E-A-C-H The symbol L for Literacy

4 The Programme taken up for achieving 100% Literacy in our country is called

5 T – Teacher Support E – e-learning A – Adult literacy
The ethos of TEACH T – Teacher Support E – e-learning A – Adult literacy C – Child development H – Happy Schools

6 T-E-A-C-H Teacher Support

7 Teacher Support T-E-A-C-H The 5 key areas of work
Volunteer registration. Re-training of existing teachers. Assisting in implementation of RTE Act. Strengthening of District Institutes of Educational Training (DIET) in states. Recognition and awards to outstanding primary school teachers.

8 T-E-A-C-H E-learning

9 E-Learning T-E-A-C-H The key areas of work Use of e-learning modules.
Providing projector and-power-pack sets to each e-learning center. (Cost is Rs 30,000-40,000) depending on make, vendor and chosen software. RILM will pay Rs 10,000. The rest amount is to be paid by the sponsoring club / school / corporate or individual who so ever may sponsor. This will act as a leveler for urban and rural education

10 T-E-A-C-H Adult Literacy

11 Adult Literacy T-E-A-C-H
A Literate is a person with ability to count, write and read at least sentences ( words) in a minute. Age15+ years non-literate men and women Emphasis on working folks (like maids, rickshaw pullers) adolescent girls’ mothers. Using e-learning modules Vocational training to neo-literates

12 Adult Literacy Programmes
T-E-A-C-H Adult Literacy Programmes RILM have a tie up with Global Dream (NGO) to provide kits to senior school children for teaching illiterate adults. The target is to give 1,50,000 kits to students and they are to convert same amount of illiterates to literate during their vacation. The kit will enable them to do the work in a maximum time of two months. The maximum limit of kits per Rotary District is 5000. Our district is planning to set up at least 10 exclusive Adult Literacy Centers in the coming Rotary year,

13 T-E-A-C-H Child Development

14 Child Development T-E-A-C-H
Children of prisoners Children of sex workers Children of migrant workers Child labourers Differently abled children Children otherwise at risk Imparting primary education to such children Using the RTE Act provisions to enable these children to get admission

15 Child Development Programmes
T-E-A-C-H Child Development Programmes Asha Kiron A project to bring back school dropouts to the fold of school education We have tied up with several NGOs who would assist us to implement the program. Estimated cost is Rs Per child, full amount to be paid by cheque /draft drawn in favour of “RSAS A/c Literacy Mission” a) No of Child sponsored in RID 3291 till date b) No of child sponsored in India till date

16 T-E-A-C-H Happy Schools

17 Happy Schools T-E-A-C-H The 7 salient points
Painted and well maintained school buildings, Benches and desks for better student teacher interaction, Clean and hygienic separate toilets for boys and girls, Safe and adequate drinking water for both children and teachers, Library facility for schools with more than 200 students, Uniform and footwear for every child, Play materials, games and sports equipment for students. Well maintained space for teaching staff

18 T-E-A-C-H The Administrative Structure
National Literacy Committee Chair Zonal Literacy Committee Coordinator District Literacy Committee Chair T- Sub committee Chair E- Sub committee Chair A- Sub committee Chair C- Sub committee Chair H- Sub committee Chair Chair/ Coordinator Fund Raising Chair/ Coordinator Volunteers Chair/ Coordinator Public Image Chair/ Coordinator Communication Club Literacy Chair

19 Sub-committees chairs working under the DLCC
T-E-A-C-H Rotary International District 3291 Sub-committees chairs working under the DLCC T- Subcommittee Chair : PP DIPANKAR DASGUPTA, Rotary Calcutta Park Point Mob -   Id E- Subcommittee Chair : PP PRADIP JEWRAJKA, Rotary Calcutta Yuvis        Mob -      Id A- Subcommittee Chair : PP ARINDAM GHOSH, Rotary Jadavpur Mob -     Id C- Subcommittee Chair : PP LOVINA KHAN, Rotary Calcutta Conclave Mob – Id H- Subcommittee Chair : Rtn Sarah Alka Macwan, Rotary Calcutta Victoria Mob -   Id Chair - Fund Raising  PP Rakesh Macwan, Rotary Calcutta Victoria Mob – Id Chair – Volunteer Management PP Amitava Chakraborty, Rotary Ballygunge Mob –   Id Chair - Public Image PP Chandrani Chakraborty, Rotary Inner City   Mob – Id Chair – Communication PP Tapash Bhattyachariya, Rotary Dum Dum Mob

20 T-E-A-C-H Thank You

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