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SCHOOL VISIT (September 2013)

DEIS sponsored the Feedback Questionnaires printing for a project called Rotary Distance Education Project. Dr.Pradeep Wagh is also Chairman, Surveillance Audit for this project in Pune District.This Feedback is summarized below for first 36 forms :

1. Usage out of 36 Schools
a. less than 2 hrs 11 schools = 30%
b. 2-4 hrs 21 schools= 60%
c. more than 4 hrs 4 schools= 10%
2. High Priority Of Usage
a. for Science 30 schools= 80%
b. Maths 27 schools=75%
c. Other subjects 17 schools=50%
3. Qualitative feedback: STUDENTS
a. Confidence increased 36 students=100%
b. students inspired to come 34 students=95%
c. Extra-curricular knowledge 0 students=0%
4. BASELINE DATA FOR FURTHER (work in rural schools)
  1. Computer lab, PCs
    • very high priority 13 schools=36 %
    • High priority 6 schools=16%
    • Low priority 0 schools=0%
    • No priority 17 schools=48%
  2. Library cupboards, books etc.
    • very high priority 4 schools=11 %
    • High priority 7 schools=19%
    • Low priority 4 schools=11%
    • No priority 21 schools=59%

* CONCLUSION: The above feedback is only indicative .

Additionally Surveillance Visits were made to four schools in Tal. Yavat, Dt. Pune .

STUDY TEAM comprised:
Dr.Pradeep Wagh, Secretary general DEIS
Mrs.Netra Wagh, Member ,DEIS
Mr. Shashikant Thorat, Teacher, ZP School
Coordination help: Mr. Nitin Abhyankar.

Rual School Visits- DEIS
Rual School Visits. Mrs. Netra Wagh with students.

SCHOOLS VISITED
1. Siddheshwar Vidyalaya, Pimpalgaon , students 550
2. Zilla Parishad ,ZP Primary School, Pimpalgaon , students 235 contact, Mr.Thorat
3. ZP Primary School ,Nathachiwadi, met Tilekar Sir, students 125
4. Z.P.Primary School, Ladkat. Met Kolpe Sir, Tamhane Sir.

Normally we have a very poor opinion about Indian Govt. run schools. But was pleasantly surprised to see all these schools maintained very neat , clean and being run in a disciplined manner.

Highlights:

  1. The teachers were all very dedicated to the uplift of their wards, almost like a religion.
  2. Each school had a very active Parent's committee who serves as a positive force in the schools functioning.
  3. Each class had limited number , upto 30 or less students making it easier to give personal attention.
  4. Most children were of poor rural poor farm laborers, who were illiterate and hence unable to take studies of their wards. To overcome this problem partially, in each class the students had been formed into teams of four or five students , These teams did revisions and home work together in a time allocated to them. A clever student of the group helped the weaker students.
  5. They were actively using computer aided educaion, given by the social organization, like Rotary under the ROTARY DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMME ,RDEP..
  6. Some progressive urban citizens, Rotarians in particular had taken it upon themselves and were regularly visiting the rural schools and helping them with educational aids, training of teachers, infrastructure etc. This seemed to make quite some difference in the morale of the schools.
  7. Rotary Distance Education PC+projector , one unit exists in every school.This unit is installed in one of the regular classes. So when other class has to be shown the lessons on the projector, this class has to be moved out for some time. ZP schools have limited class rooms, siy six or seven and they are unable to give a dedicated room for the PC+ Projector.
  8. All schools are beset with long hours of power cuts making the utility of the system hampered.
    Hence most school did not seem to want additional units till their problems of power and separate viewing hall are resolved.
  9. Some schools parallely use software of other agencies ( like ETH) which is loaded only on PCs in a separate lab. Teams of 5 or 6 students then follow the lessons at one time. The same PC is also used to give lessons of MS-CIT for Microsoft Office, power point etc.

SEMINAR ON NON-VIOLENCE AND PEACE EDCATION -
7-9 September 2013

Dr. Pradeep Wagh was invited to attend a two day INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON NON-VIOLENCE AND PEACE EDCATION. This was held at Shridhar University, Pilani, Rajasthan. Dr.S.P.Mishra is currently Vice Chancellor here. Dr. Mishra has in the past been a close associate of DEIS when UDYOG SADHANA RADIO PROGRAMMES were being run by DEIS in UP. Dr. Mishra was then Director of IEDUP, Lucknow.
As VC of Shridhar University, Dr Mishra has now invited Dr.Wagh as one of the advisors to him .
During this conference, Dr. Wgh met Ms. Ela Gandhi, grand daughter of Mahatma Gandhi. He exchanged views with her on development and the Enterprise Eduction initiatives of DEIS.

Academic Network-June-July 2013

Dr. Wagh during his personal visit to USA had networked with Universities there particularly New Jersey City University, USA . He had extensive discussion with their Dr. Ruddys Andrade, Vice President and helped them locate Shridhar University as an academic partner in India.

INTERNATIONAL INNOVATION SUMMIT

Dr.Pradeep Wagh , Secretary DEIS and Mrs. Netra Wagh,Member ,DEIS represented DEIS at the International Innovation Summit ,held on this day by Government of India, Confederation of Indian Industry and IITs at Sheraton Hotel, Chicago,USA.

INTERNATIONAL INNOVATION SUMMIT
INTERNATIONAL INNOVATION SUMMIT: Dr.Pradeep Wagh talking with Dr.Sam Pitroda.

It was an awesome event. MR. Sam Pitroda was inspiring and the sincere intent of speakers to bring 'development' to the masses in India was noticeable.

The refrain of Corporates that when they expand, they also develop small enterprises in their supply chain and so bring prosperity to a larger section of the society ,also found place..

Most importantly, the role of INNOVATION in a growing economy was underlined.
The known adages:
NECCESSITY is the mother of INNOVATION.

Was shored up with:INNOVATION through INSPIRATION
INNOVATION through ASPIRATION. This one has the classic example of President JOHN F. KENNEDY expressing a national aspiration to set MAN on the moon in a decade and then all scientific innovations aligned to this.

But the simplest was INNOVATION THROUGH CONNECTION OF EARLER BREAKTHROUGH INNOVATIONS.
A tongue in cheek example was that boxes were in use for hundreds of years for travel,
and WHEEL was invented few thousand years back, but baggage with wheels as a combination
of the two has come only a couple of decades ago.

Presentation given to Indians at Chinmaya Mission-June -July 2013

Dr. Wagh during his personal visit to USA had networked with Universities there particularly New Jersey City University, USA . He had extensive discussion with their Dr. Ruddys Andrade, Vice President and helped them locate Shridhar University as an academic partner in India.

 

The Indus Entrepreneur (TIE)-31 March 2013

The Indus Entrepreneur (TIE) ,is an international not-for-profit organization that works for developing and nurturing an eco-system for young entrepreneurs. This is an objective close to DEIS objectives. On this day, Dr.Pradeep Wagh, Secretary DEIS participated in organsition of a National Convention of TIE in Pune.

 

Memory of Late R.D. Sathe-22 Feb. 2013

Late Mr.R.D.Sathe is one of the Founder Members of DEIS. Today, a CHAIR was established by Symbiosis ,Pune in his memory. DEIS trustees were invitees for the function. Mr. Shankar Menon, National Security Advisor and son-in-law of late Mr. R.D.Sathe inaugurated the chair.

 

Guidance taken of Prof. Indira Dewan-21-22 Nov. 2012

Guidance taken of Prof. Indira Dewan at Ahmedabad for MMS-Hindi and Mr. Shastri , Surat for MMS-Gujarati taken.

 

Reports submitted to Charity Commissioner-19 Oct. 2012

DEIS submitted all past Change Reports of it’s Managing Committee members to Charity Commissioner, Pune.

 

Rural School visit-8 Aug. 2012

Rural School visited on Satara Road to determine school needs and spread message of Enterprise Education. School visited was of a progressive nature and their need is more for infrastructure like Computer aided learning, Vocational Workshop etc.

 

Rural School visit-8 Aug. 2012

Rural School visited on Satara Road to determine school needs and spread message of Enterprise Education. School visited was of a progressive nature and their need is more for infrastructure like Computer aided learning, Vocational Workshop etc.

 

Teachers Awareness session: II-28 May 2012

Teachers Awareness session taken by DEIS on ENTERPRISE EDUCATION for Secondary and Higher Secondary levels, at the Vyavasaya Margdarshan Kendra, Kumthekar Road,Pune. About 40 teachers attended. Demonstration was held of pedagogy to be followed.

 

Teachers Awareness session:I-10 March 201

Teachers Awareness session taken by DEIS on ENTERPRISE EDUCATION for Secondary and Higher Secondary levels, at the Dadhawala College, Pune. About 25 teachers attended. Demonstration was held of pedagogy to be followed.

 

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