When did CEHRO INDIA get formed?

Centre for Education and Health Research Organization (CEHRO INDIA) was setup as a non-profit making autonomous body on 12 March 2012. It is registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860.

What is the mission of CEHRO INDIA?

CEHRO INDIA aims to empower underprivileged children and youth directly, and their families and community, indirectly; who are residing in the urban space of Delhi. We aim to do this through relevant education and health practices. For 6 days per week, we give remedial classes to students enrolled in schools while providing bridge-courses to drop-outs. We are also involved in providing livelihood programmes (Computer Education and Spoken English) to the young people belonging to under-privileged communities. Harnessing extra-curricular talents of these children is also one of our motives. Girl-students are our prime clientele. Besides these, we also help parents of our students who are usually engaged in menial jobs; so that they can monitor their child’s studies and thus play a crucial role in the progress of their wards’ education.

Who are the people behind CEHRO INDIA?

Young brains coming from premier institutes, such as NSIT, JNU, IIT, NUEPA, JMI etc., of India are successfully managing all affairs of CEHRO INDIA.

Which areas does CEHRO INDIA work in?

CEHRO INDIA has been working in the thematic areas of education, health-practices, youth employability and empowerment of girls.

Who are the beneficiaries?

Students from the destitute community aged between 6-18 yrs. are beneficiaries of Educating India and Padho-Padhao programme while youth from the same community ageing between 18-32 yrs. are enrolled with us for our Livelihood Programme.

At present how many people are directly benefitting from various programmes of CEHRO INDIA?

At present CEHRO INDIA is directly benefitting more than 500 children and youth through 6 welfare projects in Delhi, India.

What is the source of funding for the organization?

Around 50-60% funding support of the organization comes from philanthropists; the rest comes from members of CEHRO INDIA.

How can one get associated with the organization as a volunteer or for philanthropic activity?

We have just started our journey but got immense support from both, individuals and community. We got Prajapati Shiv Mandir from the residents of the community where we are located and hold the classes for imparting education while several individuals have helped us by volunteering or providing us with funds.  Please visit the contact us or get involved section of our website for more information on the possible ways of being involved in our journey.

Does CEHRO INDIA provide internships? If yes, how can I apply for it?

Interested candidates can go to contact us section of our website and write to the relevant section or department they are interested in interning with.

How can I donate to CEHRO INDIA?

You can go to Donate Now section of CEHRO INDIA’s website and donate online. For other donations related queries, please write to www.cehroindia.org

What curriculum do you follow in the Educating India programme?

Our educational programme – Educating india, for underprivileged children, follows the curriculum of the NCERT.

How many students are benefitted through Educating india?

More than 300 children have benefited directly from Educating india programme and Padho-Padhao since 2012.

What is the Padho-Padhao programme of CEHRO INDIA?

We engage senior students in imparting education to junior students under this programme. We aim to nurture ‘volunteerism’ and ‘teaching skills’ of students through this programme.

What is TEACH INDIA?

TEACH INDIA is a CSR initiative by THE TIMES OF INDIA Group.

What is the livelihood programme of CEHRO INDIA?

Under our livelihood programme, we aim to make underprivileged youths employable by making them skilled in ‘Spoken English’ (in collaboration with Teach India) and in ‘Computer Education’; key components of employability nowadays. Besides, we also work on personality development of the students

Which age group does learning and earning cater to?

10th and 12th pass youth in the age groups of 18-32 years are the target groups of this programme.

How many youths have benefitted through this programme?

More than 70 youth have been trained and 42 have been placed in over 10 brands.

Is there a specific curriculum for the livelihood programme?

100 days curriculum designed by the British Council for Spoken English programme has been followed for Spoken English programme while providing hand-in experience of MS Office under Computer Education programme. We are working to provide diploma in Computer Education from well-recognized institutions.

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