Thursday, May 15, 2014

Performance of Sevabharathi Affection Homes Children in SSC Board Exams 2014

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Performance of Sevabharathi Affection Homes Children in SSC Board Exams 2014


Sangamitra Awasam - NANDYALA
SERIAL No.
NAME
HALL TICKET No.
RANK
1.
G.Niranjan
1420147433
5.5
2.
C.Abhiram
1420147080
7.2

Vyasa Awasam - HANUMAKONDA
SERIAL No.
NAME
HALLTICKET No.
RANK
1.
Kurakula Sri Krishna
1431108900
7.3
2.
Mankini Suman
1431107182
9.3
3.
Aren Vedakumar
1431107726
9.2
4.
Chinta Sandeep
1431107340
9.2
5.
Uuke Bharghava Chaitany
1431109124
7.8
6.
Payam Ravikumar
1431107800
7.0
7.
Lavudia Sandeep
1431108614
5.5
Acharya Nagarjuna Awasam – Marrigudem
SERIAL No.
NAME
HALL TICKET No.
RANK
1.
Guru Prasad
1427103463
8.5
2.
Rajani Kanth
1427103449
8.0
3.
Krishna
1427103533
7.0
4.
Jagan
1427103544
6.5
5.
Anjaneyulu
1427103553
7.8
6.
Satyanarayana
1427103472
6.8
7.
Sai Chandan
1427103587
6.7
8.
Ramanjaneyulu
1427103578
E

VATSALYA SINDHU - MALIKGIRI
SERIAL No.
NAME
HALL TICKET No.
RANK
1.
G.Aran
1436117324
8.7
2.
Edagoti Janardhan
1436120482
7.3
3.
D.Saikiran
1436120778
E
4.
K.Rajashekar Reddy
1436119194
6.0
VAIDEHI ASHRMAM -SAIDABAD
SERIAL No.
NAME
HALL TICKET No.
RANK
1.
Satya Vani
1401211285
E
2.
R.Bhuvaneshear
1401126515
E
3.
C.Madhavi
1401126449
8.3
4.
M.Geetha
1401211527
E
5.
A.Kavitha
1401125969
5.8

EKALAVYA ASHRAM- MANCHERIAL
SERIAL No.
NAME
HALLTICKET No.
RANK
1.
Kova AshaRao
1435128846
E
2.
Garulle Ramesh
1435126368
4.8
3.
Rathod Vishal
1435126936
7.7
4.
Rathod Mahesh
1435127204
7.7

SANDEEPANI AWASAM-PALMUR
SERIAL No.
NAME
HALL TICKET No.
RANK
1.
Mangali Balraju
1441104205
9.3

 SWAMY VIVEKANANDA AWASAM -RAMAYAMPET
SERIAL No.
NAME
HALL TICKET No.
RANK
1.
K.Sri Kanth
1428137022
9.3
2.
M.Ranjith
1428137004
9.5
3.
K.Naresh
1428137002
7.5
4.
S.Anesh
1428137066
5.2

SRI VALMIKI AWASAM – JAGITYAL

SERIAL No.
NAME
HALL TICKET No.
RANK
1.
Sagar
1434100532
8.8
2.
Praveen
1434101532
7.7

Monday, March 17, 2014

Year Wise Expenses Statement: Gurukulam, Voccational training & Mobile Dispensary

Year Wise Expenses Statement: Gurukulam, Voccational training & Mobile Dispensary

A/c Details
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Provisions and Kitchen
157833
212031
181733
309117
350410
Vegetable, fruits, sweets etc
25014
32508
36495
36325
43297
Gas and Fuel
23975
20807
19440
42626
37087
Milk and Beverages
36464
41541
44852
44883
42335
Academic Fees, Exams. Courses etc
352
510
3274
13722
4767
Games, Sports, extra curricular
44328
1150
9434
20671
8140
Postage,Electrical and Tele,Communications
946
923
365
1969
19682
Printing, stationary, tools, equip
20567
2547
2481
3126
5460
Developments and Construction works
84105
0
143122
29499
35520
Travel and Transport
15584
14511
16731
15130
30175
Repairs and Maintanance
20906
27302
15253
121357
17519
Salaries ans Wages (8 - 11ppl)
145182
175942
265427
244800
320407
Miscellaneous
17023
110931
12042
31066
46013
Year Total Expenses
592279
640703
750649
914295
960812
No. of Boys (Average)
50
50
50
52
53
Donations from Donars (in cash)
508154
570105
511219
913782
1057298

Friday, February 28, 2014

Bhakta Kannappa Gurukulam -YFS Vana Yaatra to Gokavaram Tribal Hamlets, Andhra Pradesh


Source: http://vjthamizharasan.com/youth-for-seva-vana-yaatra-to-gokavaram-andhra-pradesh/

Youth For Seva (YFS) an Organization to encourage Volunteering activities among Youths planned for a 2 days trip to Tribal Hamlets around Gokavaram (Andhra Pradesh) to understand the Life Style, challenges faced and Education system of Tribes. We were there on 27th and 28th Dec, 2013. Three volunteers (Myself, Dinesh Babu and Padma Priya) from Chennai Chapter started our journey on 26th December from Chennai Egmore.
 We were totally 25 volunteers (3 from Chennai, 10 from Bangalore and 12 from Hyderabad). We divided ourselves into 2 groups to mix among ourselves and we got into 2 different cabs. Then started our journey towards Gokavaram. It was a 2 hours journey to Gokavaram (Approximately 90kms from Kurnool) and we reached there by 1pm. We kept our luggage in the guest rooms and spent some time with the tribal kids conducting games for them. Then we had our lunch and started for trekking.
YFS Games for Tribal Kids Gokavaram YFS Lunch at Gokavaram
We left our cabs at the downhill and started our trekking by 2.30pm. Half the way we realized that we have taken a different route and we have come to the dead end of a wrong route, beyond which we didn’t have route to travel. Then we decided to walk back and then we got the right route. The scenery and the landscape were awesome during our trekking. Sun set, greenary, plants ready for harvest, etc were amazing. The path of our trekking was filled with huge rocks, still we were energetic to walk on such rough roads. Our trekking distance was almost 10 kms and it took 3.5 hours.
YFS Volunteers Trekking at Nallamalai Hills YFS Volunteers Trekking at Nallamalai Hills  YFS Volunteers Trekking at Nalla Malai Hills Gakavaram YFS Volunteers Trekking at Nalla Malai Hills GakavaramYFS Volunteers Dinesh Babu and Gazal Misra Trekking at Nallamalai Hills YFS Volunteer Thamizharasan Trekking at Nallamalai Hills
Our actual plan was to reach the tribal village at 4pm and then return from there by 5.30pm by boat. But unfortunately we reached there by 6.10pm and by then the last boat had left. So we decided to stay at the tribal’s house for that night. Without any second thought they agreed to host us for that night. Our volunteers Pushpa, Suryakala and Padma Priya helped them in preparing the dinner and I should say the dinner was delicious.
YFS Volunteers with Tribal People Chechus at Nallamalai Hills YFS Volunteers with Tribal People Chechus at Nallamalai Hills
After our dinner we assembled for a discussion on the seva related activities. Mr Suresh who has been helping the tribal people (Chenchus) for more than 12 years out of his own interest was with us throughout this trekking. He explained us the Tribal life and their day to day activities. Our Hyderabad National Coordinator Shobhit translated it in English for us. One thing what he said shocked us; It was the average life expectancy of those tribes. Yes, the average life expectancy of those tribes is just 30 to 35 years. The main reason for the mortality being the deadly disease Tuberclosis (TB). The main reason for TB isundernutrition/malnutrition and no proper healthcare facilities. The food habit of these people is that they take starch in the morning, have rice, gravy and one vegetable in the afternoon and alcohol in the night. They don’t eat food in the night. Because of such a bad food habit they don’t get adequate nutrition and nourishment and thus fall as a prey for the deadly TB. Mr Sharma, retired Principal has been helping these Chenchus by organizing healthcare camps but he’s unable to do it now due to his age and lack of monetary support. It takes approximately Rs1,00,000/month for the healthcare expenses (which includes the doctor and other health care professionals’ salary, transportation, medicine, etc). Earlier when proper treatment was given for TB, they could find remarkable improvement when medicine along with good diet was given. TB patients need egg, protein, they need to stop alcohol, stop smoking, etc. Neither they have money to get additional food nor they are able to stop alcohol/smoking. Hence they stopped taking medicine as well; because if the medicine is taken without proper diet, it may have negative effect.
YFS Volunteers with Tribal People Chechus at Nallamalai HillsYFS Volunteers with Tribal People Chechus at Nallamalai Hills
Mr Suresh after working on a few assignments along with RSS (Raashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh) and VHP (Vishwa Hindu Parikshat), decided to serve these tribal people. He’s a Journalist and a black belt holder in Taekwonda. Also he’s an expert in Archery and Rifle Shooting. So he decided to teach the students whatever the skills he has. Then he started teaching Archery and Rifle Shooting to these kids, so that they can participate in Sports. With this the students get exposure to other parts of the country and this will motivate them to study more on academics. Also they could get sports reservation for their higher studies. Without the above support, normally these kids don’t prefer to go to school, they get married earlier and they just live the life what their ancestors have been living. The life of these tribes (Chenchus) is very simple but hard. They do hunting for their livelihood and they never learnt cultivation. Whatever the land that is given to them by the Government, they sell it or lease it and live with the money they get or they get food/vegetables in return for the land. Their health conditions are worse as they don’t get proper diet. So Mr Suresh’s aim is to create a lot of National Champions in Archery and Rifle shooting from these tribal groups so that they get good recognition and opportunity to continue their higher studies, which will in turn increase the standard of living of these tribes.
Coach Suresh teaching Archery Coach Suresh teaching Archery at Gokavaram Coach Suresh teaching Archery at Gokavaram Chenchus Tribals at nalla Malai Hills
However Suresh’s dream wouldn’t be able to come true just with his efforts. It needs some support from others as well. Because an Archery Kit costs around Rs 7000 and a Rifle shooting kit costs Rs 18,000 which can be used only for 1 kid. His plan is to make atleast 4 kids from these groups participate in Archery and Rifle Shooting competition every year. The cost for this would be roughly Rs 1,50,000 per year including all the expenses. So, if the funds of Rs 1,50,000 is generated every year, Suresh would be able to fulfill his dream of increasing the standard of living of these tribes. Also he mentioned that a few students are already excelling in Yoga and they have got State Championship as well. After listening to this we from YFS decided to talk with our other teams and corporate to generate these funds.
After this serious discussion we had some fun like singing, dancing, games to entertain the tribes and later realized that it’s high time we need to stop these activities as the tribal families usually sleep earlier. But they were very much enjoying these activities and they wanted us to continue these activities as much as possible. Then we requested them to join us for the activities, but they were never willing to join the activities because of their shyness. Eventually somehow we convinced their family head Mr Pitchaiah to join us for dance and once he started dancing, his family members one by one showed willingness to participate. They sang beautiful songs for us for almost one hour and then they joined us for dance. To our surprise these activities went on and on for 3 hours and they enjoyed these activities. At last we wound up the activities at 12 midnight and decided to sleep as we need to get up early to catch the morning boat at 7am. The host provided us with enough blankets and bed spreads to keep ourselves comfortable in the night. But inspite of the thick blankets and the camp fire, some of us were unable to manage the chillness and we were awake throughout the night discussing seva related activities, Indian democracy, horror stories, etc.
YFS Volunteers Entertaining Tribal People Chechus at Nallamalai Hills YFS Volunteers Entertaining Tribal People Chechus at Nallamalai Hills YFS Volunteers Entertaining Tribal People Chechus at Nallamalai Hills YFS Volunteers Entertaining Tribal People Chechus at Nallamalai Hills
Then in the morning, when we got ready and we were about to leave, the host said that we need to have the breakfast and go. They made a quick breakfast for us and we enjoyed it too. We had a group photo session and then departed  from that place with heaviness in heart. Because I’m not sure if someone in city would treat such a huge crowd in the same way this family treated us.  They were able to manage the accommodation and food for 25 of us. We collected some amount among ourselves and gave it to Mr Suresh to help these tribal families with that amount. Then we distributed the health awareness postures to all the families in that locality. Then we came to the river to get the boat for us. Before the boat started, we enjoyed swimming in the river for 15 minutes. That was an unexpected bonus for us.
Youth For Seva Volunteers at Nalla malai Hills Gokavaram Youth For Seva Volunteers at Nalla malai Hills Gokavaram  Youth For Seva Volunteers at Nalla malai Hills Gokavaram Youth For Seva Volunteers at Nalla malai Hills GokavaramYouth For Seva Volunteers at Nalla malai Hills Gokavaram Youth For Seva Volunteers at Nalla malai Hills Gokavaram  
Then we had an hour travel in the boat towards Gokavaram, took our cab and reached Gokavaram. Then we spent sometime with Mr Sharma (the retired Principal who has been taking care of health care related activities for the tribes) and started to SriSailam. After our lunch at SriSailam, we went for a ride in rope car which was wonderful experience. It was a beautiful place with lake surrounded by mountain and greenary. Then we had darshan in the temple in the evening and the Hyderabad team left to their place by their cab.
Youth For Seva Volunteers at Nalla malai Hills Gokavaram Youth For Seva Volunteers at SriSailam
YFS Volunteers Thamizharasan and Smrthi at SriSailam Rope Car YFS Volunteers Pradeep and Pushpa at SriSailam Rope Car
We, the Chennai Team and Bangalore Team stayed at Shivaji Spoorthi Kendra and started early in the morning to Kurnool to get our respective buses at Kurnool. We had nice time on the way. We had an opportunity to get into a sun flower garden, clicked beautiful pictures and then we had our lunch together at a hotel in Kurnool. We celebrated the New Year by cutting cake in the hotel. After giving send off to Bangalore team at 12 noon, we Chennai team had 3 more hours for our bus. So we went back to the SSVVK boys hostel and interacted with the kids. We conducted some games for them and then started from there in the evening. We took our 4pm bus at Kurnool and reached Chennai early in the morning at 5am. 
YFS Volunteers at Kurnool  YFS Volunteers at KurnoolYFS Volunteers at Kurnool YFS Volunteers at Kurnool YFS Volunteers at Kurnool SSVVK Boys Hostel YFS Volunteers at Kurnool SSVVK Boys Hostel
To view the complete album, please click here.
On the whole, this trip has been amazing. It was filled with fun, adventure and some heart touching stories of tribes. Gave opportunity to meet new people, meet our own volunteers from other parts of India, discuss with them on few other seva projects, etc. Though the pictures above may reflect mostly the fun part, the real action plan starts now which would not be possible to be shown in the pictures.
Action plan needed:
  • Funds to be raised for training the kids on archery and rifle shooting as per Mr Suresh’s plan.
  • Funds to be raised to improve the health conditions of the tribes.
  • A model Tribal Hamlet has to be created, so that on seeing this other tribal hamlet would be willing to accept change.
  • Volunteers needed to stay with these tribes and help them improve their standards (One thing I should mention here, this village doesn’t have electricity and proper signal for mobile. They have a solar power electric post installed, out of which there is only one street light glowing and signal for mobile comes in a very few places where you need to wait for minutes to capture the signal).