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Multiskill Development Program

     Multiskill Development Program (MDP) Indian Express News Indian Express News ---------------------------------------------------------- News 1 India Max Maharashtra News 18 Lokmat Saam Tv News Marathiyan tv News ------------------------------------------------------- English Story Hindi Story Marathi Story                                         Skill based Education                          In fact, looking at the title, everyone thinks that what about the education in the book? But after completing all the study conclusions in the book, I came up with the idea of ​​giving this extra-curricular education to my students. Do you teach them anything that will benefit them in life? And then I got a very short answer. In fact, in order to pass the time, I gave the answer as value education, and to some extent it was true. But from that day on, I used to think that Does it teach anything that will be useful to my students in making their lives easier in the future and in the work of na

Wrist Watch making

  Wrist Watch making.                                        Of course, why do you want to teach this to the children even when the clock is ticking? So the clock is a universal object, its appearance will change but how is it created Personally, I was curious about how it was made, but also our children. Then I found out that this course was started in a vocational school in China, but they do not admit anyone from outside. I kept informing them about my work and my purpose of learning I was ready to send a few videos and I was able to watch some of them and I sat down with the Mr.Kazi sir owner of Kazi watch shop  Mhaswad he teach and guide me as practicle and learned first hand how the watch was assembled and asked for the kit to make it. Financial matters all started from my own pocket So the kids started to have a hard time, then they started showing it by ordering spare parts for the watch they got on the trip, then the little kids started to understand, going further, the kids a


  Archery.                          Since I was at home in Lockdown, my daughter Bhakti used to ask me what game you used to play at my age, and when it mentioned archery, she started teaching me, and then, as a child, I used to climb a lemon tree, break its small branch and tie a rope to it. I showed my daughter what I used to do in front of her and we started practicing every day in the open space in front of the house and she started getting better easily. At the Olympics 2020, Praveen Jadhav, a boy from a very ordinary family in our Satara district, was showing his skills in archery all over the world. I realized that this could easily happen in our school And we started learning archery from a distance of 10 feet by making a circle on the protective wall of the school, showing them all the procedures, how to hold an arrow, how to aim them on the tab at school. All the parents come to the school to look into these matters and say that there is nothing new in our time. Some of my gr

Warli Art Painting

 Warli Art Painting Warli painting.                        I have never had a painting teacher in my school life. I used to be very curious about drawing, because everyone is curious about what you don't know, and then I decided that my students shouldn't be like that or this time it shouldn't happen to them. And I took online training for Warli painting especially to impress me and even though it would be possible to implement it in school at very low cost, Dr. Chetan Galande Sir of Nirbhid Foundation Mhaswad gives us a set of painting for children every year. I started to learn this easily, I started to learn shapes from it, I got bored of studying, I used to take it, then the children used to have fresh frying pans The color is ours and the work is yours, so they painted all the rooms of the school, the protective walls, and on those walls we began to struggle with brushes and paints in our hands, we noticed that the crow There is a big difference between the walls and t

Soap Making

 Soap Making Soap production: -                           I learned this for a special reason, 80% of the parents in my school go to Mumbai, Pune for painting.   The children live with their elderly grandparents. I have been in this school for almost 4 years now. It doesn't matter how many times I visit my parents about the hygiene of my children and then I decide to make soap at school and give it to them at home. I tried it out at home by ordering the necessary materials online and then it was not affordable to buy all the necessary materials for it. Then I realized that some of these things we can produce ourselves She brought it to school and she got better. I ordered the soap base and mold online and started the process with its help. It requires a mixer, the school needs electricity, I buy electricity from the house next door to the school with my own money, and it also needs a freezer, so in the beginning I used to bring it all from my house. The children did not have all th

Playing The Piano

 Playing The Piano                     I had learned to play the piano in lockdown for 3 months, but it was too much. I learned online. Now my school is in a rural and remote area where 2% of parents use a smart phone and it costs 5 to 10 thousand rupees to buy a piano. But coincidentally, last year Atul Foundation Gujarat gave tab to my school because of my innovative work and our big problem was solved here. I also learned piano on tab and decided to teach students on tab only. So I decided to use the blended method and every 2 days I went to everyone's house and gave them a tab at home and along with regular study there is an app called a little piano on which the children play one line at a time. After 2 weeks, the children started responding well. In April and May 2021, Kovid patients increased in the school premises and I stopped going from house to house. Learning stopped again.                        However, at the end of May, the situation was reversed and in June, all th

Story On Phone

  Story On Phone (International Awardee Project) Story on the phone                     Our schools are closed due to Kovid 19. We and our children can't meet each other every day even though we want to. So learning and teaching is not likely to stop. The question of how to continue teaching in the schools of the area came to my mind as a teacher, then I found a way to find the answer to the question itself. My parents don't have smart phones, so laptops and computers are a long way off, even though there is a lack of internet in some areas. All our parents are poor farmers, two acre farm and most of them live on wages then they have to find some way to solve the problem of how to afford internet pack of 300 to 400 rupees and that way was found ‘Story on Phone’.                     All my parents have mobile phones but now I have decided to use this phone to educate my children and since 15th April I have been calling my parents every morning and evening on their simple phone