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TALEEM

  Basic Literacy Programme
   Empowerment through Basic Knowledge

TALEEM class in Mehsana
TALEEM class in Mehsana
TALEEM is open to any illiterate person, man or woman, poor or rich, young or old, including non-school going children above 7 year old. Gujarati reading, writing, and elementary math constitute the core curriculum, and the Gujarati Vidyapeeth University, founded by Mahatma Gandhi, extends to us all technical assistance. 

The batches are organized as close to the students' residences as possible – in their jhupard-patties, slums, underneath a tree, inside a madarsa or a math, in the panchayat hall or in the room provided by one of the students or by the teacher herself. The teacher is drawn from the neighborhood and equipped with elementary training by us. In addition, she is given a black-board, helpful, illustrative charts and a daily course guide.

Although provided by our multipurpose empowerment centers CARAVAN, TALEEM most often occurs outside these centers, under direct management of our Home Office. 

 

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