Mallikarjun Reddy MV (CMD, BBG India), man behind thousands of smiles
Mallikarjun Reddy MV (CMD, BBG India), man behind thousands of smiles

BBG BTCT aims to empower village school going girl children

ANI | Updated: Jan 11, 2020 09:53 IST

Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], Jan 11 (ANI/NewsVoir): The BBG Bangaru Talli Charitable Trust (BTCT) has adopted 20 primary schools, six upper primary schools and four ZPH schools in Farooq Nagar Mandal.
The New Year started with new hopes for the students at 40 government schools adopted by BBG Bangaru Talli Charitable Trust. With the recent adoption of 30 schools and ten schools in the past under the School Adoption Programme, the trust is slowly achieving its aim of adopting 100 government schools by July 2020.
BBG is pursuing the adoption programme with a proper plan and has identified 100 schools at the beginning. The list includes 60 Primary, 20 Upper Primary and 20 ZPHS schools. From the final list, 40 schools have already been adopted and, rest 60 will be done soon.
"The village school going girl children to be empowered with the right education and right career opportunities, so that future generations will be completely elevated on these basic rights," said MV Mallikarjuna Reddy, while talking on the need for girl child education and their career.
The trust is not only adopting schools and promising welfare of the schools but also has a clear vision towards the area of development and execution. To avoid hurdles and miscommunication, it has opted for school development under ten points commitment.
BBG's plan includes no teacher shortage, clean and separate toilets, safe drinking water, classrooms with basic amenities, good building and safe playground, Life Skills and Career Guidance sessions, language proficiency through library establishment, encouragement to arts, adequately equipped science and cyber lab, focus on physical education and sports.
Through the adoption programme, the trust mainly focuses on the development of each and every student, particularly the girl child. The adoption programme speaks for BBG BTCT's belief 'girl child empowerment is the family empowerment'.
Ensuring the quality and better results, BBG BTCT is selecting the schools by giving preference to group's project operational areas, interactions with MEO, Cluster Resource Persons (CRPs) and most importantly prioritising high strength school to reach out to a large number of students.
It believes that the good facilities will help increase enrolment in government schools as well as address the school dropout issue and increase the attendance rate. It especially aims to promote girl child education and equally focus on their overall development by working towards better infrastructure, health and nutritional care, awareness on life skills, career counselling and scholarships.
As BBG BTCT is trying its best to make government schools fit for students, the team has been coordinating with the various CBOs and PRI bodies to get the mileage from the activities and build the ownership among the community to sustain the developmental activities.
To make the adoption programme reach a large number of students, the school development activities will be brought to respective village sarpanch and other dignitaries. The trust is not only trying to make a difference by providing schools with all the facilities, but also taking every necessary step to avoid duplication of activities.
The trust is coping up with likeminded people and organizations such as ICDS, Family Welfare and Health Dept, Humana Peoples Development Society, Pragati NGO and other interested individuals.
With these implementation activities, BBG BTCT has:
* Got phenomenal exposure in its operational areas.
* Received gratitude from Students and Parents for availing the facilities.
* Helped the Girl Children in upper primary and secondary schools with toilets construction and renovation.
* Gained positive appreciation from school management.
* Received Local Self Government body's support in terms of checking the efficiency of activities.
* Grabbed the attention of various Govt. dignitaries by implementing its ideology.
* Received help from ANGANWADI centres in experimenting with health and nutritional activities.
BBG Bangaru Talli Charitable Trust is organising Life Skills and Career Counselling workshops in a three-pronged workshop approach. In the first visit, the trust will cover setting up of the goals and orientation and then will work on fixation of goals during the second visit.
The third and final visit comprises of sustenance of goal. The workshops are thoughtfully planned, aiming better career opportunities for the higher secondary grade students. The basic idea is to guide them to choose a path and higher studies that will make their lives brighter.
Detailed structure of these Life Skills and Career Counselling workshops
* Goal Orientation
* Complete self-discovery/awareness of the student and understanding individual competencies SWOT analysis
* Goal Setting (Career, Family, Community, Health)
* Career exposure
Goal Fixation
* Role models (qualities, suggestions, story)
* Psychometric test
* Leadership communication skills
* My career for my country, an expressive interactive session
Goal Sustenance
* Free education and scholarship details
* Group counselling
* Time management and stress management
* Career activity - career skit
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