Birla Brainiacs is offering free homeschooling to underprivileged kids because they believe that learning won’t stop no matter what. No matter what, every child is entitled to the right to education. Underprivileged kids are those who do not have the privilege to have access to a normal standard of living. India is the seventh-largest country in the world known for speedily growing its economy yet children in large numbers don’t have the privilege to an average standard of living and have to experience some of the very poor living conditions. These kids are helpless and have to face several issues like illiteracy, abuse, and malnutrition because of the financial burdens of their parents and family members. Poverty issues like these lead the children to miss out on life opportunities to bloom into successful and unrestrained grown-ups. It has become vital to have an energetic support system that projects to improvise the lives of millions of innocent youngsters who have been struggling to live a usual common life. It’s high time we come forward and discuss these challenges overtly and provide them with the much-needed assistance.
Problems that the underprivileged kids have to go through
- Child Labor
Regardless of issuing so many social reforms and passing laws, child labor still continues to be one of India’s biggest problems in the backward villages. People from the underprivileged section of society keep their children away from educating them and force them to work and earn money. While many of us had the privilege to choose the schools and colleges we want to be in, these uneducated children didn’t even have the privilege to complete their basic schooling. Child labor is also seen as the whole and sole survival mode of these homeless children living on the streets. These guiltless children are not only tortured mentally but also physically and are abused by their employers. They are involuntarily forced to work long shifts and are barely given any time to recline. This kind of behavior at an early age leaves an immeasurable impression on their lives.
Over the past few years, we have seen a steep rise in the Indian economy. Sadly, it is still home to millions of children who are malnourished. Even after putting in innumerable efforts and resources on child welfare programs, our country India still ranks amongst the worst affected countries when we talk about child malnutrition. People in India tend to choose a carbohydrate-rich diet which usually causes deficiency of protein leading to malnutrition among kids.
- Diminutive growth
The National Family Health Survey has estimated that more than 61 million children in India suffer from stunted growth. Not just starvation and hunger, but there are several other factors too that contribute to this issue. Issues like lack of sanitation, lack of awareness, and poor maternal health. The government has been working in collaboration with various NGOs and social groups to raise awareness about the same concern and encourage people to put emphasis on consuming a well-balanced diet and cleanliness.
Roshni – Lightning lives of students in the dark
In the memory of Shree Ashok Birla Ji, whose sudden demise created a gap that could never be filled, Birla Brainiacs has come up with a program “Roshni” to provide free homeschooling to underprivileged kids. The objective of this program is to shed light on the lives of students in the dark. Birla Brainiacs pledges to do its best to support the education of children who lost their parents in the Covid-19 pandemic. Birla Brainiacs in association with “being Human” will enroll 100 students absolutely free into the Birla Brainiacs Homeschooling program starting from Grade 1 to Grade 8. Additionally, out of this 50 students who are not having any digital device will also be gifted 50 Tablets to make them digitally enabled. Classes will start from 10th September Friday on the auspicious day of Ganesh Chaturthi.
With this program, Birla Brainiacs aims at supporting bright students to continue their education with the best platform. They will offer free homeschooling to underprivileged kids.
Who is eligible to acquire free homeschooling?
Eligible students must meet all the conditions below:
- Students who have lost both of their parents in the Covid-19 outbreak.
- Students currently studying in Grade 1 to Grade 8.
- Students studying in English medium school.
- Students who have a permanent address in Mumbai.
What documents will be required?
- Aadhar card of students or parents.
- Death certificate.
Why Birla Bariniacs offers free homeschooling to underprivileged kids?
In India, lack of quality education is a primary factor keeping poverty-stricken families away from opportunities for growth. Without good quality education, underprivileged kids are not able to unlock their potential to the fullest and end up begging on the streets. To overcome this challenge of access to education, Birla Brainiacs is offering a free homeschooling program to underprivileged kids because regardless of circumstances learning should never stop. They are using education as a weapon to break through the chain of poverty which will eventually lead to employment opportunities, income generation, and a better standard of living. Birla Brainiacs is a collaborative learning platform for kids from 1st to 10th grade. They aim to provide education with an effortless learning experience. They promote all three types of learning, Kinesthetic learning, visual learning, and audio learning to make learning fun and easier for students homeschooling. They bring the best education for your kids because they believe learning should be accessible from all parts of the world and should be for all.