A total of 312 students participated in Resource center activities out which 49 students were newly enrolled in e-learning module of teaching

  • Six School Management Committees (SMCs) have been formed for better interaction between parents and teachers. The meetings also focused on development plan of the school. The committee also discussed at large on the issue of repair of the school building, spreading awareness about prevention of Covid-19 virus, and most importantly- about how the syllabus and teaching pedagogy needs an update in connection to the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020, and making strategies towards reopening of the schools as per the guidelines issued by the Haryana Government
  • Parent Teacher Meetings were organized on monthly basis. School teacher along with Resource center teacher shared their observations about the children and suggested needful actions to be taken by the parents. Information was also given on several extracurricular activities for children organised under the project
  • One cultural and sports program was organized in January celebrating Republic Day


  • 4 cleaning actions were organized in which 104 people participation from the village. The intent was to create awareness on the importance of keeping the environment clean in the Government Primary school and in the village
  • 15 kitchen gardens were established during the year with the purpose of improving health by consuming organic food. They were provided seeds and saplings of various vegetables like beetroot, carrot, radish, coriander, spinach, chili, brinjal, ladyfinger, bitter gourd etc. for growing in their kitchen garden.
  • Tree plantation activity continued with active involvement of 50 community people. Collectively they planted 150 saplings


During the year, 1214 people benefitted from the eye care center. Strict COVID guidelines were followed during the consultation, and the project team continued to take follow-up with the patients through tele-consultation and continuously monitored their progress.

  • 4 eye camps were also conducted in nearby villages where 439 people participated
  • Senior ophthalmologist visited the vision center 22 times in a year, thereby checking 203 patients
  • 65 patients were referred to Government hospital for further treatment, out of which 1 patient was identified with cataract illness and was operated
  • 30 children below 18 years of age were identified with poor vision and were given spectacles. Additionally, 156 community members were also given spectacles


  • Three batches of basic computer course were conducted during the year, in which 45 community youth were enrolled and were successfully trained and were felicitated
  • During the training, students were taught computer fundamentals, operating system, MS- office (word, power point, excel), computer communication (internet, net surfing) theory writing and MS office. The participants also learnt to fill-up online forms for various competitive examinations. Strict Covid protocols including distance of 6 feet between two students, regular sanitization of hands, no entry without mask, and thermal screening were practiced throughout the training
  • All students of resource center (312) were enrolled and trained in digital education