Dhankhet Manovikas Kendra
An Extended Rural Centre
Dhankhet Manovikas Kendra a rural centre of integration and inclusion was inaugurated on 1st July, 1986 with the kind support of Late Nirmal Sengupta. We record with gratitude the selfless contribution and patronage of this philanthropic educationist Dhankhet Manovikas Kendra, an extended Rural Centre of integration and inclusion, was inaugurated on 1st July, 1986 with the kind support and encouragement of a noted educationist late Nirmal Sengupta.
Mrs. Gita Basu
Incharge, Dhankhet Unit
Dhankhet Manovikas Kendra an extended rural centre of integration and inclusion. Our vision to empower each child by making them self sufficient and independent, rehabiliting them in the society.
- Imparting education and training to underprivileged children coming from nearby areas.
- To uplift the quality of life of these children through education, vocational training and joyful learning.
- To encourage and foster fellow feeling amongst the children with average intelligence and below average intelligence.
- Creating awareness among the rural population about the causes, prevention and rehabilitation of children with special needs.
- To encourage and sponsor the education of children to the mainstream schools after their completion of class IV.
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This year (2015-16), a total of 75 special need and other students, been enrolled in Dhankhet Manovikas Kendra.
The different regular classes are
- Pre-Primary Unit
- Class I
- Class II
- Class III
- Class IV
- Education (According to Govt. syllabus)
- Special Education
- Co-curricular activity
- Mid-day meal
Some new plans and programmes for 2016-17
- Speech Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Physio Therapy
- Pre-Vocational Activity
- Indoor Play
- Parent’s feedback
Celebration of Rabindra Jayanti on 14.05.15 on the day aquaguard was given by Frdreal Bank Manager Mr. Subhas Dey.
Summer project was submitted by six students. Half yearly P.T.M. was held on 19.08.2015 & prize distribution of Summer project.
Birth celebration of Late Nirmal Sengupta. Participation of Fate in main branch of Manovikas Kendra on 06.10.2015
Picnic at Nicco Park on 12.11.2015, fifty students and 7 teachers participated.
Sttyabrata is a 15 year old boy. He took admission at DhanKhet Manovikas Kendra in 2007. He was diagnosed as Down Syndrome child with intellectualy Challenge. At that time he was very restless and did not show any age appropriate behavior. with proper guidance by the Special Education now he is able to study in class II level. He is in dependent in self-help skill. He loves to play music.
Shreya is a 7 year old child. She took admission at Dhankhet Manovikas Kendra in 2013. She was diagnosed as Mental Retardation with speech problem. She is very stubborn and showing tantrums. With proper guidance has improved a lot. Now she can cope up with class I- Level Studies.