Role Of India Ngo In Imparting Quality Education
India NGO has been successful to a large extent in extending quality educational for slum children in various parts of India. In fact these organisations have been immensely successful in improving the quality of primary education. The purpose of education is to create responsible citizens and Educational NGO is working towards this mission.
In India we find several millions of children deprived of their right to education. Even though Indian government has been taking up several welfare programs and activities, they are not reaching the target group due to some selfish middlemen. India NGO has proved to be a boon in disguise in this situation. Several NGO are operating in various cities in India trying to uplift poor and downtrodden people.
Time and again it has been proved that single handily neither government nor India NGO can be successful in their tasks. Collaboration between these two can accomplish the task more easily. There are few aspects that need attention and the same are mentioned below:
Targeting slum children: India NGO need support from government in motivating slum dwelling children and provide them with quality education. This is quite a tough challenge for NGOs as most of these children go for work. So, not only children, their parents also need to be convinced to send their children to schools. Even if these children come to school, teachers in government schools should make learning easy by creating an interesting environment.
Quality education to slum children: Right to education has been included as one of the fundamental rights in Indian constitution. So every child up to the age of 13 years should attend school. In order to provide quality education to slum children, lot of changes have to be made in teaching process. Trainers for primary school teachers and teacher training institutes need to learn several new techniques from educational NGOs. In order to provide quality education to these children, teachers need to implement several new tools. This is possible only when India NGO and government work in unison.
Common vision: Government no doubt takes up several welfare programs but most of them do not succeed as they do not reach the targeted group. Due to lack of personal interest these programs get wasted. However, this is not the case with NGO. These are service oriented people and strive towards the well being of the community at large. Both government and India NGO need to work in collaboration towards achieving a common vision. NGOs are definitely competitive in shaping policies appropriate for primary education. Flexible learning tools along with innovative teaching methods should be introduced.
In order to have a competitive advantage, India NGO should constantly evaluate and redefine their welfare activities. India is a populous country and so neither the government nor NGO can bring in a huge change all by themselves. Collaboration between both these bodies would help in achieving remarkable results. India NGO because of their service motive and wide spread accessibility can cater to the needs of millions of people living in every nook and corner of the country. So lets work in unison and made India country with cent percent literacy rate.