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Friday, July 29, 2011

Garib Nagar Relief and Motivational Programs





Garib Nagar survey was done in June and after that in collaboration with National girls high school which is in the vicinity of Garib Nagar a study techniques and motivational program was conducted on 23rd July Saturday by SIO Mumbai Division. Prof Kazim Malik and Prof Arif Usmani enlightened the students with various smart study techniques and motivational discourse

The students who could not pursue their education due to lack of resources and books, were given study materials in a small relief program organized very next day i.e Sunday 24th July at National school. The students who were given relief were on the verge of dropping from schools due to lack of resources. Also few students will be given school Fees as soon as the letter from their schools is received.



Further we are planning to conduct aptitude test for the students of STD 10Th in October.



Study techniques Pics (Saturday 23rd July)


  



Professor Kazim Malik and Arif Usmani (seated) addressing the students of National girls (the school in vicinity of Garib Nagar)







Photos of relief work (Sunday 24th July)









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