The members of Nanhe Kadam, organized a Health camp on the 11th of May at Government Primary School, Village Kharak Mangoli, Panchkula. A thorough health check-up of the children including eye, ear, nutrition level, dental and general examination was conducted. 15 Doctors from GMCH, Sector 32, Chandigarh including dentists who had volunteered for the camp, examined more than 400 children of the village. They prescribed medicines for nutritional deficiencies, infections, etc. which were provided to the children for free by Nanhe Kadam.Read more >>
The members of Nanhe Kadam, organized a Health camp in association with its partners on the 4th of December at three centers, namely, Jeevan Mukt Nishulak Vidyalaya (JMNV)-Jagatpura village, Mohali ,Jeevan Mukt Nishulak Vidyalaya-Naya Gaon village, Mohali and Government Model Sr. Sec. School-Sector 45, Chandigarh. A thorough health check up including eye, ear, nutrition level, dental and general examination was conducted on the children, who otherwise remain neglected and unattended. Doctors from GMCH, Sec 32, who had volunteered for the camp, examined 250 children associated with JMNV and Bharat Prakarsh Foundation. They prescribed medicines for nutritional deficiencies, infections, etc. which were provided to the children for free by Nanhe Kadam. Nanhe Kadam aims at bringing about social equality by helping educate the children of the less fortunate and taking care of their health.Read more >>
After successfully holding multiple 'mop-up' polio immunization camps, the members of Nanhe Kadam, organized a general health camp at Jeevan Mukt Nishulk Vidyalaya, Jagatpura village, Mohali. The health camp began with an interactive session, in which students put forth their queries and were apprised about the importance of personal hygiene and nutrition. The interactive session was followed by a medical check-up. Around 300 students of JMNV were examined at the camp. Free medicines were distributed among the students.Read more >>
Gyan Uday is a small set-up that has been providing free tutorial support for the studies of around 60 underprivileged children of age groups 4-18 years. Nanhe Kadam has joined hands with Gyan Uday with an aim to reinforce their education programmes and has taken up the task of teaching Mathemtics to the students of fifth to tenth grade on every weekend. We have a strong team of volunteers that have not only helped the students in excelling at Mathematics in school but also given them a platform to promote their interests in extra-curricular activities. Read more >>
Nanhe Kadam has been conducting a flagship computer course programme, 'Baatein Computer Kin', to familiarize the students and teachers of its partner organisations - Jeevan Mukt Nishulk Vidyalaya and Gyan Uday with computer basics. As the computer evolution is taking up the world, it has become essential for each and every one to be apprised with the basics of the computing technology and Nanhe Kadam has been doing just that. During the course of the programme, the students honed their skills on the use of keyboard, mouse, Microsoft Windows OS, basics of Paint, MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint. Read more >>
Nanhe Kadam started off the tutorial programme 'Road to Engineering' with the aim to help economically weak students, pursuing non-medical courses to get admission in professional colleges. The students are given support in preparing for their competitive examinations so that they can go on to pursue their dream of becoming engineers. During the course of the programme, the students of grades eleven and twelve are taught Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. The team of volunteers that has undertaken this task are a group of socially-conscious under-graduate engineering students who are very well aware of what it takes and are determined to make some dreams come true.
'Khel Khel Mein' is a tutorial programme that has been helping students' of classes 5 and above of Nanhe Kadam's partner organisation Jeevan Mukt Nishulak Vidyalaya (Jagatpura Village center) in preparing for admissions to Government schools. The vision behind this tutorial is to promote the education of students studying in primary schools, who are not priveleged enough to afford professional help.
A one day excursion to Shimla was organised and sponsored by Nanhe Kadam on 3rd August, 2012 wherein students from Jeevan Mukt Nishulk Vidyalya, Village Jagatpura, Mohali; accompanied by their teachers visited Shimla and Kufri. Read more >>
On July 07, 2012, the volunteers and students at Gyan Uday were felicitated for their commendable performances. The students of class X who had passed their board examinations with flying colors were each awarded a cash prize of INR 2100. The volunteers who had been putting in their time and effort were felicitated and thanked for their valuable contribution. Read more >>
The students at Gyan Uday spent a wonderful Sunday morning solving puzzles and playing games with us. Later the students were rewarded for their remarkable performances at school and other extra curricular activities. Read more >>
Nanhe Kadam successfully concluded a two-month long computer course programme, 'Baatein Computer Kin', to familiarize the students and teachers of Jeevan Mukt Nishulk Vidyalaya on 30.August 2010. A small ceremony was held on the last day of the programme to honor the brightest minds of each class and thank the volunteers.Read more >>
On 16th April 2010, we organized a function to reward the meritorious students studying under the Sahodaya Social Service Club at Sacred Heart School, Chandigarh. Around 50 children from the Sahodaya Scheme and from the underprivileged sections were awarded with certificates of excellence, books and other stationary items. Booming with confidence, the young girls took no time in taking up the stage to showcase their talents and came forth with an impromptu show of dance, songs and speeches. Finally, the children were given fruits before they moved on towards their classes.Read more >>
'Nanhe Kadam' organized a painting competition in collaboration with 'Saplings- Care,We Share' at the Government Museum and Art Gallery, Sector 10, Chandigarh on March 13, 2010. It was another fruitful event for the successful collaboration of Nanhe Kadam and Saplings-Care,We Share. The painting competition, that had over 250 young participants from underprivileged background, had 'Environment' as its basic theme. The motive was to arouse awareness of environmental issues in the children and to stimulate their ideas and thoughts on the same, by means of colors and canvasses.The children were later felicitated by the members of both the organizations.Read more >>