Valliappa Foundation is a voluntary organization formed with the mission of building a great nation by eradicating poverty and ignorance which are the main problems that pose a great threat to the upliftment of the country. Since its inception, Valliappa Foundation has been focusing on education and livelihood creation, which were identified as two primary facets of a developed nation Primary education is one of the major areas of our focus. We would like to take up such activity in Bangalore and nearby localities or villages where we have a very good network and large pool of team to implement CSR activities.

  1. BNMIT CSR Program conducted in Chanpatna Taluk in Ram Nagara District
  2. This activity conducted in 25 Government School.
  3. This Program conducted in school wise and school premises.
  4. More than 1500 volunteers supported in this school adaption program
  5. More than 10000 students were participated in this program.
  6. During this program we donated the requisite items like a bureau and desktop computers.

Under School Adoption Program we are planning to undertake below mentioned activities (based on the requirements of the school adopted):

  • Providing digital literacy training to students and strengthening of Laboratory and Library.
  • Training of teachers to improve quality of teaching thru our ToT Program
  • Arranging and conducting events for students/ teachers for educational visits/sports meets.
  • Conducting cultural, literary and scientific activities in the school
  • Encouraging vocational job-oriented activities as part of co-curricular activities.
  • Taking up at least one activity-scout and guides, Junior Red Cross, NCC, Science Clubs
  • Environmental awareness camps, citizenship training camps, etc.
  • Involving parents in development activities of the school.
  • Develop localized techniques for Reduction in construction Cost.
  • Prepare and implement plan of sustainable growth of village.
  • Setting of Information imparting club for women leading to contribution in social and economic issues.
  • Developing and managing Efficient garbage disposable system.
  • Contribution to any national level initiative of Government of India. For e.g., Digital India/ Skill India/ Swachh Bharat Internship etc.
  • Tree Plantation
  • Awareness of Social Activities
  • Cleaning Activities and how separate the waste (Organic , Hazardous, Solid, Liquid, and Hazardous Wastes)
  • Presentation Skill, Communication Skill, Email Writing
  • Basic Grammar & Computer Skills
  • Water Management
  • Patriotism

Challenges in School Development Program

The implementation of the School Development Planning process raises a number of organizational and resource issues, which must be addressed by the Department of Education and Science in conjunction with the partners in education.

  1. The implementation of School Development Planning is greatly assisted by the establishment of appropriate structures for collaboration and consultation. Structures within the staff may include a Steering Group, chaired perhaps by a School Plan Co-coordinator, to oversee the process as a whole, and Ad-hoc Teams or Task Groups to address particular needs. It is important to establish procedures for communication between the Teams or Groups and the full staff, in order to maintain staff commitment to the process. Procedures for consulting with stakeholders should also be established. The Guidelines will offer suggestions on these matters
  2. Effective School Development Planning involves the full teaching staff, both collectively and in teams or groups. So, the implementation of the process necessitates planning meetings both of the full staff and of small groups. It is important that meeting time be made available to the school, so that planning can become an integral part of the life of the school. The primary consideration is that School Development Planning should not interfere with the delivery of school programs.
  3. The participants need information and training in relation to School Development Planning, both before the process commences and during the first planning cycle, to enable them to develop the requisite expertise. Such information and training should address the professional development needs of the principal and the teaching staff, and should also focus on the needs of other participating stakeholders. The ongoing development of the Guidelines will play a role in addressing the need for information.
  4. The implementation of the process is facilitated by the provision of secretarial/clerical support services to assist with tasks such as the preparation and duplication of documents, the filing and retrieval of data, and the production of reports.
  5. Good facilitation is the key to the successful introduction of School Development Planning. There are many facilitation options that can be considered, but the fundamental choice for the school is between internal and external facilitation. Many schools may wish to avail of the services of an external facilitator in the initial stages, especially if no member of staff has the requisite experience or expertise. The subject of facilitation will be addressed in the Guidelines.
  6. Schools can support each other in the implementation of School Development Planning by sharing information, experience and expertise. The sharing of good practice can be fostered by the establishment of school networks or clusters – support groups of schools, facilitated, perhaps, by the local Education Centre. Such school clusters could inform the organization of in-career development courses tailored to meet the specific needs of the group.

Scope of School Development Program

The school plan is a statement of the educational philosophy of the school, its aims and how it proposes to achieve them. It deals with:

  • The total curriculum
  • The organisation of all the school’s resources, including staff, space, facilities, equipment, time and finance
  • The school’s policies on a diverse range of administrative and organisational issues
  • The school’s provision for the professional support and development of teachers and in-school management personnel
  • The school’s strategies for implementing official guidelines, circulars and regulations
  • The school’s mechanisms for reviewing progress and taking corrective action where necessary