Senior Govt. officials visit OELP sites in May 2015 – The team visited the OELP Bal Sahyog Kendras at Kalyanipura, Bawri-ki-dhani , Relavata and Chundri and also the OELP field library at Patan and the village library at Chundri on the 5th and 6th of May 2015
In the month of May 2015 senior bureaucrats from GOR along with the TSG consultant from MHRD visited the OELP intervention schools and libraries. They gave the following feedback –
A. Feedback from Dr Priya Sharma, Dy. Comm RCEE, SSA, Jaipur
“With OELP and the class teacher help the children are showing very good progress. The level of class 1 and 2 children (reading writing and understanding ) is infact worthy of praise. We have not come across this in any other school.
Excellent, It is a complete and composite package of learning and personality development.
Keep it up. Best wishes of SSA and state govt. are with you people. We are always there for your help. Thanks for inviting me otherwise it was going to missing some excellent experiments of your working and child learning system. I’ll try to take help in our learning programme.
Best of wishes.”
Dr. Priya Balram
B. Feedback from Dr. Pradip Paneri, HoD, SCERT, Udaipur
“Work has been done on building children’s understanding and concept formation. Children have also been provided ample opportunities for learning. Children’s creativity and expressions have been brought to the forefront with sensitive psychological understanding along with qualitative inputs. In short it is a praiseworthy and committed effort.”
HOD – SCERT
C. Ms. Sunisha Ahuja TSG, SSA, MHRD
“I was very pleased to see the confidence aand participation of class 1 children
It was a delight to visit the school would love to see other schools like them.”
MHRD, New Delhi
D. Sh. Mahavir Singh Rathore, ADPC, SSA, Ajmer
“The children of class 1 and 2 from Govt.Primary School Chundri when OELP is working were reading and writing extremely well. Undoubtedly the understanding and literacy level of these children is very good and seems to also be helping to consolidate the understanding of maths and other subjects. The children of classes 1 and 2 are confident and there is a glow on their faces.”
My, congratulations to all members of the OELP family. Keep up this effort.
Mahavir Singh Rathod
ADPC, SSA Ajmer