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Integration...To reach out and help
 
No learning can bear fruit, unless it impacts a healthier and better life for the community at large. Uttam school students welcome the opportunity to help, encourage and participate in common programmes with under privileged children via Sewa Samarpan, a school adopted and largely financed by the Uttam Charitable Trust. Students of Sewa Samarpan use the Uttam school infrastructure, celebrate festivals and participate in workshops regularly. The school has also set up a tailoring unit for senior students of Sewa Samarpan to learn a skill after school, which is running successfully. We are also collaborating with Saksham, a school for physically challenged children and pay regular visits to them.
 
The school is a member of IAYP (International Award For Young People) where in, community service plays an important role. Our students are also active members of Project Citizen-an initiative by the Centre for Civic Education, California. . We have been actively involved with CNDP (Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace) in its endeavor of sensitizing and spreading awareness on issues of global peace.
 
As a part of community service segment of IAYP Uttam school girls enrolled themselves to "Teach India" a programme which aims to empower the weaker sections of the society through education. Uttam School for girls was the proud host of 10th cycle of "Teach India", a corporate social responsibility initiative by the Times of India that aims at imparting spoken English to the underprivileged sections of the society and aids their employability.
 
The Adult Education Program was started in school premises, wherein, students and teachers joined hands to teach the support staff of the school and teenage girls from a nearby village called Razapur. This was done after school hours to impart ICT skills and also enrol the deserving students to the National Institute of Open Schooling to complete their Xth grade examination.
 
We hope to continue and increase our endeavours towards reaching out to the community and strive to create a significant difference to our environment and society in the years to come.
 
 
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