Highlights and Success Stories
Early Childhood Care and Education
We are proud to bring some of the success stories of our students.
Jyoti Yadav and Sapna Yadav work at Rao Mansa Ram Public School.
Sapna and Jyoti are twin sisters who live in Mahipalpur. Both sister had a dream to become teachers. Hence, they joined the Early Childhood Care and Education program in October, 2021. Because of their strong willpower, hard work and dedication , both of them crossed the first step on their destination
Recently, they both joined Rao Mansa Ram Public School in Kapashera , New Delhi as teachers. Sapna teaches the students of Class 3 and 4 . Jyoti teaches Class 5 and handles the students of Class 6. Now they are independent as they earn around 11 and 14 thousand per month respectively. They utilize their earnings for their further studies and are pursuing B.ed from Rajasthan University.
Sapna and Jyoti along with a team of teachers at Rao Mansa Ram Public School
Kamini Kumari works at Ambrosia Public School, Mahipalpur
Kamini Kumari engages the children in various activities at Ambrosia Public School
Kamini Kumari, 23 years old, comes from a small village in Uttar Pradesh called Itawah. She completed her B.A from SOL (Open University). She joined the Early Childhood Care and Education course in October, 2021. She is a very ambitious girl. She wanted to work towards the betterment of society and wanted to become a teacher.
After coming to Ritinjali, she realized that she could fulfill her dreams. She learned how to handle young children. She has learned different methods of teaching, creating teaching aids and other knowledge. Her ability to care for children has drastically improved. Now she teaches at Ambrosia Public School, Mahipalpur. Apart from this, she takes tuition classes at her home with batches of 17 students Now her monthly income is approximately Rs.13000 per month.
The pre-intern group had its first-night stay after the Covid era. The day started with great excitement with students getting in their luggage and keeping it in their allotted spaces. The day unfolded with a preparation to decorate for a birthday party. Self-made is always relished more, so as students prepared pizzas themselves. They built a tent, which added to the fun. Dinner was followed by singing.
The next morning, they woke up fresh and in the mood for more excitement. Parents were already waiting eagerly to pick up their wards.
Jyoti with her kids at Shikshalogy Preschool
Jyoti is 25 years old and lives with her family and 4 siblings at Palam New Delhi . She belongs to Uttar Pradesh. Her family’s financial condition is poor. She joined the Early childhood Care and Education (ECCE) course and was not sure that she would be able to complete it due to a lack of confidence and family support. After a few months her confidence level grew. She learned more ways in engaging children and how to manage classroom rules, daily schedules, and effective learning spaces. Now she teaches in Shikshalogy Pre School, Mahavir Enclave New Delhi and receives Rs.5500 per month. She has also completed her graduation from SOL and is pursuing B.ed.
Aman’s Journey from ECCE to a Coaching Speaking Point, Mahipalpur
Teaching at Speaking Point, a coaching centre situated in Mahipalpur
Work in progress
Sessions organized by KPMG & Vishwa Yubak Kendra on Cyber security, Skill development for employability and entrepreneurship and a quiz