Learning Center

Why Learning Centre Project?
Annual Status of Education Report 2012www.asercentre.org) shows that 70% Class 5 students in Tamil Nadu are unable to read Class 2 level text in Tamil, which is their mother tongue. Almost 60% Class 5 students in Tamil Nadu are unable to solve a simple 2-digit subtraction problem. 76% are unable to read simple sentences in English.

Various surveys also constantly point out low learning levels in primary schools and Higher Secondary Schools

“Ensure quality education for every child". We envision an India in which “Education to all” “To Reach the Unreach”

Aim of the Project:
Ours is an innovative and sustainable village centric after-school center that has been focusing on learning levels of underprivileged and marginalized children.

Our goal is to bring about such a change in learning outcomes in Tamilnadu.

Munu Adhi Trust is dedicated to providing enjoyable quality education to all the less-privileged and under-achieving children at pre-primary, primary and secondary and higher secondary levels.

Objective
  • Learning Center

  • Vision of providing high quality affordable education to rural children.

  • We make a promise to all its children that they will achieve their full potential, irrespective of their social and financial disadvantages.

  • Our core belief is that every child has the same potential. We ensure that every child acquires the skills expected of their age and class.

  • Our teaching methodology is outcome oriented and the school learning environment is “non-threatening”, thus making learning at our centers both fun and effective.

Need for learning Centers:
Our system reinforce the assumption that children from disadvantaged economic or social backgrounds cannot learn as well as other children since they are first generation learners, who do not receive parental support or other resources which more affluent families can afford.

Long term benefits of the project
  • Primary subjects to be teach with new learning technique methods

  • Minimize the Dropouts from Government Schools

  • Increasing percentage of Higher education

  • Training teachers through interactive and innovative methods.

  • Village level events that showcase the achievements of children and tutors, to promote parent engagement and community involvement.

  • Basic education methods like Read ,Write, Speak

  • Social Values respected citizens

Who are the Benificiaries?
  • Under privileged Children from Age 3 to 10

  • Government and aided school Children (10th and +2) from Age 14 to 17

  • Parents need not spend on Special Tuition