Manas urja pragtya
Duration : 3 years or until all students from Std-2 to 8 are covered
Area to be covered : All primary schools of Std. 2 to 8 in territories of Valsad, Navsari ,Surat,Tapi,Dang and Narmada districts plus DNH & Daman
Total schools to be covered in year 2019 : 1050
Number of beneficiaries : 43000 students
The program runs in 1120 villages in 5 districts of south Gujarat.
Stakeholder groups: Diwaliben staff, teachers, school authorities and school children
Objectives of the project :
Awakening of hidden brain potential in students of Std. 2 to 8
Teaching fundamental secrets of learning, reading, calculation and writing
Activation of intuitive mind
Alteration and alignment of neural network
Who will participate ?
Students of standard 2 to 8
Number of students per batch : 40
if a school has more than 40 students, more training sessions will be conducted till all of them are covered.
Methodology : Manas Urja Pragtya
Master sessions : 6 hours trainings for two successive days (10.00 to 4.00)
Follow up sessions : 1 hour for 8 weeks
All these sessions will be conducted during school hours
During training, more than 400 types of different exercises are conducted in 40 sub-sessions Cephalogym, Physical tuning exercises, Dance , Relaxation & breathing, Pranayama, Wave therapy, Visual scanning etc. are covered
Benefits of the Training :
Improvement in concentration
Improvement in Memory
Improvement in confidence level
Positive behavioural changes
Awakening of intuition
Increase in reading speed
Who will deliver the training? :
Qualified & trained volunteers of Diwaliben Trust will impart training.
All volunteers will be given Audio-Visual Kit for successful completion of the training. The kit includes LCD projector, sound system, flash TV, training module etc.
Commercial Value of the training:
In the big cities like Mumbai, Surat, Delhi etc. a fee is charged for such a training which is Rs.20, 000 - 25000 per child. If we cover all 43000 students of both territories, the value of the project will be Rs.86 cr.
Program team structure
|Central office||Project Coordinator|
|Area Level||Sanyojaks/Area Coordinators (1 for every four center coordinators)|
|Village Level||Jyotirdhar-Center Coordinator (1 for every five schools/villages)|
Regulatory permissions: Permission is taken at a district level to conduct these classes in government schools, and an official circular is issued to this effect.
Recruiting: Volunteers are recruited from the local areas.
Training: Volunteers are trained by Dr. Bhagat and other master trainers.
On-boarding of schools: Volunteers contact school principals and teachers and introduce the program to them in order to garner support from them. A minimum class size of 50 students in classes 1 and 2 is required for the school to be on-board.
Kick-off: The program is started at 2 sessions per week. Volunteers take audiovisual equipment pre-loaded with content
On-going: Periodic camps are held for the volunteers, to motivate them and identify any issues that they might be facing.
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