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Wishing you all Happy Independence Day 2018 from Dream Care Education Foundation

The day brings the spirit of freedom and patriotism along with it. On this day, offices, schools along with other public spaces in the different parts of the country are decorated. It also commemorates the freedom that the country and its various freedom fighters struggled for over 200 years. In order to make this day more special, you can send your loved ones greetings and wishes to remind then of this glorious day and its meaning.

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5 Indian NGOs Working Toward Education Equality

Many NGOs in India are doing a great job in helping out the underprivileged kids with education and to bring about a social change. Foradian being a company which is dedicated to evaluate the face of education, celebrates these organisations which are working day in and out to provide every child a chance to get education. Read on to know as we talk about 5 such Indian NGOs which are doing their best in providing education equality: 1. Teach For India: ‘One day all children will attain an excellent education’- a vision that defines Teach For India, a Teach To Lead project that encourages young college graduates and professionals to take up two years of full-time teaching sessions in under resourced schools. In an effort to provide quality education to all, Teach For India currently works in 5 main cities of India- Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Hyderabad and Chennai and is well equipped with some 700 Fellows who are working towards eradicating the high inequality present in Indian education system. http://www.teachforindia.org 2. Make A Difference (MAD): Along with education partner, Cambridge University Press, Make A Difference or MAD has initiated a unique project ‘The English Project’ to educate children from poor homes, orphanages and street shelters with English. Currently, some 1200 volunteers are working hard to teach 4000 children in some of the major cities of India including Mangalore, Chennai, Bangalore, Mysore, Delhi, Dehradun, Kolkata, Vellore, etc. A winner of the prestigious Ashoka Staples Youth Social Entrepreneur Competition in the year 2008 and also a Noble Laureate of the Karamveer Purashkar awarded by ICongo, global fellow of YouthActionNet and Cordes Fellow 2010, MAD also runs a Placements project running that aims to place underprivileged children on the same platform with the children from regular homes. http://www.makeadiff.in/ 3. Pratham: Established in the year 1994, Pratham is dedicated to provide education to children belonging to the slums of Mumbai. Team Pratham comprises of civil servants, PhDs, social workers, educationists and many other educated personnel who are working for a common dream of developing the future of children of the country. With an aim to offer every child their fundamental right to education, Pratham has slowly grown into a larger organisation covering 19 states of India. http://www.pratham.org/ 4. Barefoot College-India: An entire campus that runs on solar power. Yes, that’s Barefoot College that was originally started by two friends Meghraj and Sanjit ‘Bunker’ Roy and who wanted to establish college for the rural population of India and was established in 1972. Today, the organisation trains local community people into teachers, specialized professionals in other fields and has initiated many educational efforts for children. The organisation has also been ranked as the second best educational NGO in the year 2013 by The Global Journal. http://www.barefootcollege.org 5. Cry: ‘Child rights and you’ or CRY is an NGO in India working for children and their rights. CRY has undertaken a lot of initiatives to improve the condition of underprivileged children and one of them is the ‘Chotte Kadam-Pragati ki Aur’, a literacy drive that has reached out to more than 35000 children in 10 states of India. ‘Mission Education’ is another very popular campaign from CRY to make sure that ‘education is every child’s right’ and that proper education reaches to more children in every new academic year. http://www.cry.orgSource: http://www.foradian.com/5-indian-ngos-working-toward-education-equality/

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Happy Mother's Day

A mother is an incredible gift of God and that she is the one who lovingly gives shape and a direction to our lives. Mother Teresa once said that "It's not how much we give, "but how much love we put into giving", and this statement holds true for every mother. She will be the only person in everyone's life who has always been there and will always be there irrespective of what may have been the circumstances.

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Activist & expert arbitrator, meet Indu Malhotra, 1st woman lawyer to become SC judge

Senior advocate Indu Malhotra, whom the Central government is learnt to have cleared for appointment as a judge of the Supreme Court, has contributed to legal intervention in several civic and human-rights issues. As a counsel for the NGO Save Life Foundation, Malhotra framed guidelines for the Good Samaritan law for protection from harassment of those who help victims of road accidents. Malhotra was one of the members of the Vishaka Committee on sexual harassment at workplaces and also of a 10-member committee constituted by the Supreme Court to deal with complaints of sexual harassment within the court. She was also the counsel in a petition against discrimination against women make-up artists in film industry. The Supreme Court had appointed Malhotra as amicus curiae in a case on arrests for dowry harassment with the consent of a family welfare committee to be set up in every district. Malhotra, 61, will be the first woman advocate to become a Supreme Court judge. Hailing from a family of lawyers, Malhotra joined the profession in 1983 and was designated as a senior advocate in 2007. She was the second such woman, three decades after the honour was first bestowed on Leila Seth, who went on to become the first woman chief justice of a high court. Seth was designated as a senior advocate in 1977 Malhotra has practised in Delhi for the last 35 years, mostly in the apex court. She earned a law degree from the faculty of law, Delhi University, and started practising in 1983. In 1988, she stood first in the tough advocate-on record test and became part of the select group of lawyers who alone can file petitions in the SC.  Malhotra, a specialist in the law of arbitration, has appeared in various domestic and international commercial arbitrations and authored a learned commentary on the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 titled ‘Commentary on the Law and Practice of Arbitration in India’. She has also authored a treatise ‘Laws on Industrial Disputes’. She was part of a committee headed by retired Supreme Court Judge B N Srikrishna which called for creation of an Arbitration Promotion Council of India. Malhotra was born in Bangalore to late Om Prakash Malhotra, a senior advocate in the Supreme Court and a distinguished author who wrote a treatise on the Law of Industrial Disputes. She went to Carmel Convent School in Dehi. She did her Masters in Political Science from Lady Shri Ram College. Malhotra will be the seventh woman to become a Supreme Court judge. So far, only six woman have joind Supreme Court—Justices M. Fathima Beevi, Sujata Manohar, Ruma Pal, Ranjana Desai, Gyan Sudha Misra and R. Banumathi. Source: ET

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Join the Volunteership Drive By Dream Care Education Foundation

Give your time to help us train more resource poor children and women to become professional drivers and confident and independent individuals.As a volunteer, you could help write stories, manage our web page, support in-house documentation or undertake translations from English to Hindi. Besides this feel free to suggest any other ideas on volunteering to us.Email us to discuss volunteer opportunities at Dream Care Education Foundation.You can also follow the below linkhttps://www.dreamcareeducation.org/become-volunteer info@dreamcareeducation.org or give us a call on +91-9953331515

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Trilokpuri Education Center Opened Published On Dainik Savera Times

A New Education Center was opened at Trilokpuri 19 Block on the eve of Christmas Day wherein the Founder of Dream Care Education Foundation emphasized the importance of education in the overall development of the nation.

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Celebrated Republic Day on 26 January, 2018 at Trilokpuri Block 19

Republic day in India is celebrated every year with great pride on 26th of January to honour the Constitution of India as it came into force on the same day in the year 1950. It had replaced the Government of India Act, 1935 into the governing document of India. On this day, the national holiday is declared by the Indian Government. The new Indian Constitution was sketched and approved by the Indian Constituent Assembly and decided to celebrate it on 26th of January every year as India became a republic country. WHO WERE CHIEF GUESTS ON REPUBLIC DAY OF INDIA, 2018 The chief guests on Republic Day of India 2018 were. Below is the list of names of all Chief Guests:Mr Gaurav KumarMs Shiriti KumariMr Kapil GoelThe Hosting was done by the Founder of Dream Care Education Foundation Mr Prahlad Singh and he emphasized the importance of education to poor children.

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