Delhi based non-profit NGO Sunaayy Foundation has launched virtual classes in Bhagwanpur area of Vaishali located in Bihar. The aim is to provide quality education to more and more underprivileged children who cannot physically attend schools. Sunaayy have plans to launch such facilities to many more cities of Bihar and Jharkhand.While launching this virtual class, Sunaayy Founder, Ms. Richa Prasant said, “We have launched these classes for the students who are not allowed to attend the schools because their parents think that the teachers are not having adequate exposure & knowledge and they do not pay enough attention to the students.”Sunaayy’s main effort is through remedial classes for the kids. Sunaayy started approaching the students through online classes and ensures the best quality education to them, which they deserve. The online classes are not just white board lectures where children are copying it from there but they are interactive classes where teachers and the co-ordinators log in from all across the country and easily interact with children and provide them the right training in all subjects.Sunaayy has received excellent response of this pilot project which will initially run for 6-7 months to see the response. Students and their parents are extremely happy as they can get the best teachers to get expertise training for their children with much better exposure. Students started opting out of the schools and attending these classes as they found value education what they deserve. But the situation needs to be controlled and need adequate attention while changing the entire education system in these villages. Presently, Sunaayy has engaged students from IIM, Kolkata of next connect venture on low cost interactive online learning , facilitated in school of urban and rural education (SURE) in Vaishali, Bihar Ultimately, the goal is to benefit the students and they should get education of the best quality possible.
About Sunaayy Foundation
Sunaayy Foundation is a non-profit NGO, operating in the thematic areas of education and human rights. It seeks to create a future of hope for under-served children, women and their communities by helping them to build their skills and resources to reduce their vulnerability in a sustainable way. It all started with 6 children whom they taught. Sunaayy Foundation started as a single makeshift setup, working with a group of children from the surrounding areas of Vasant Kunj in New Delhi. As the days started rolling, they grew more determined. The obstacles that seemed like dunes in the desert were knocked down by the winds of will, hard work and of course, a lot of support from their generous friends and well-wishers