Gadchiroli April 3 (District correspondent) Amhi Amchya Arogyasathi, (AAA) an NGO from Kurkheda has started ‘Gotul Jeevan Shikshan Kendras’ in as many as 9 tribal remote villages in Kurkheda and Korchi talukas.
These villages are Padiyaljob, Salhe, Gahanegata, Bharritola, Bhendepar, Sohle, Bodena, Kukdeli and Neharpayli. The library at village Padiyajon was also started recently and was inaugurated at the hands of Mr. Rajaram Naitam, Chairman of the Gram Sabha the other day. Madan Poretti, Secretary of Gram Sabha and Mahesh Lade, social Worker were prominently present.The library has been started with an objective that the village students and other citizens should get the place of reading to enhance their knowledge. ‘Aadhar for You’, a social organization has given financial assistance for the library.
The books from various languages including Gondi, Hindi and Marathi have been made available in this library which is opened during the morning and evening times to facilitate the villagers to read books.
The schools were also started in these Jeevan Shikshan Kendras during the covid period in order to save the educational loss of the students. These schools are still active and classes are held in the timing other than the regular school times.
‘Shiksha Mitras’ have been appointed in these schools to teach the village studenst. These Shiksha Mitras are the educated youths from the same villages who have been given necessary training to teach the students. The students are told the things in Gondi language if they didn’t understand anything from the school. Apart from the school books, other information like Gond Rajas, tribal festival polo etc are also taught to the students.