1.BUDGET THAT SHOWS HOW MONEY HAS BEEN SPENT LAST YEAR( 2009-2010)

 

 

Total Amount Received Form ASHA, USA =          Rs. 10,79227 .32

 

Sl. No.                         Expense Head                                        Amount

 

1.                                Salary                                                  3,96,300 .00

2.                                 Students Welfare                                 2,06,774 .50

3.                                 Medical Expense                                     2,388 .00

4.                                 Travelling Expense                                 42,059 .00

5.                                 Repairs & Maintenance                       2,42,113 .00

6.                                 Artificial Limb                              3,000 .00

7.                                 Printing & Stationary                             11,067 .00

8.                                 Postage                                                     5,610 .00

9.                                 Electricity charges                                    6,050 .00

10.                               Telephone charges                                    2,000 .00

11.                               Miscellaneous Expense                            6,450 .00

                                                                                                ___________

                                                TOTAL                                   9,23,811 .50

 

Balance amount is deposited in FD for the construction of Physiotherapy & Artificial Limb unit.

 

 

 

2.  CURRENT BUDGET REQUEST

 

1.                                Salary                                      -           4,76,100.00                            

2.                                 Students Welfare                     -           2,25,000.00    

3.                                 Medical Expense                     -              15,000.00    

4.                                 Travelling Expense                  -              45,000.00    

5.                                 Repairs & Maintenance           -              50,000.00       

6.                                 Artificial Limb             -              20,000.00    

7.                                 Printing & Stationary              -              10,000.00         

8.                                 Postage                                    -                5,000.00         

9.                                 Electricity charges                   -                7,500.00    

10.                               Telephone charges                   -                2,500.00      

                                                                                                ---------------

                                                            TOTAL           -           8,56,100.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. DESCRIPTION OF STAFF 

(i). Details of Permanent Teachers

 

Sl.No.

Name & Designation

Qualification

Special Qualification

Salary(Rs.)

1.

B.SREEKALA (Administrator/Principal)

BSW,MA,M.Phil

B.Ed,DSE(MR)

12000

2.

BEENA. A.V

(Teacher)

BA, B.Ed

FC-SE

(Special Education)

4000

3.

AMALA THAMPI

(Teacher)

Plus Two

 

DSE (MR)

(Special Education)

3000

4.

VIJITHA

(Teacher)

Plus Two

DCA

2250

 

(ii). Details of Permanent Other Staff

Sl.No.

Name & Designation

Qualification

Salary

1.

 RUKMINI

(House Mother)

 

SSLC failed

2000

2.

JAYALEKSHMY

(House Mother)

SSLC failed

2000

3.

SINDHU

( House Mother)

SSLC failed

2000

3.

DHANYA

(Helper)

SSLC

1200

5.

JAYA PRATHAPAN

( Security Staff)

SSLC

2000

 

(ii). Details of Part- Time Staff

Sl.No.

Name & Designation

Qualification

Salary

1.

MANOJ. A.V

( Physio Therapist)

B.Sc, BPT

3500

2.

AJITHA JAYAN

( Misic Teacher)

BA ( Music)

1000

(8 Class)

3.

MADHURI

( Craft & Embroidery Teacher)

BA(Dip. in needle work& Embroidery)

1000

(8 Class)

4.

VIMITHRA

( Hindi Teacher)

M.Sc, B.Ed

1000

(8 Class)

5.

NIRMALA

( English & S.S.Teacher)

MA

1000

(8 Class)

6.

SANGEETH KUMAR

( Instrumental Music- Key Board)

BA

600

(4 Class)

4. DESCRIPTION OF STUDENTS

No. of children -28 (23 -Residential & 5 -Day scholars )

Sl. No.        NAME            AGE  GENDER    Nature of Disability (%) 

1.               ANGEL MARY         18                    F                      MD- 50 %

2.               ANITHA                    19                    F                      PH - 60 %      

3.               ASHWATHY             17                    F                      CP – 60 %

4.               AKHILA                    18                    F                      CP – 60 %

5.               ATHULYA                  6                    F                      MR- 85 %

6.               ADITHYA                   8                    F                      MR- 40 %

7.               BINI                            18                    F                      CP – 60 %

8.               BHAVYA                  19                    F                      MD – 60 %

9.               DARSHANA             18                    F                      MR – 50 %

10.             DHANALEKSHMI   18                    F                      MR – 60 %

11.             GANESH .P.VIJAY  10                    M                    MD – 80 %

12.             GEETHU                    19                    F                      MD – 50 %

13.             HARITHA .P             16                    F                      MR – 50 %

14.             KAVYA RAKESH    10                    F                      MR – 40 %

15.             KRIPA .G                   14                    F                      MR – 50 %

16.             KRISHNA                  13                    F                      MR – 50 %

17.             LEKSHMY                  9                    F                      MR – 60 %

18.             MALU                                    19                    F                      PH -  60 %

19              NEKHA MURALI       9                    F                      MR – 60 %

20.             PRASEEDA               17                    F                      MR – 70 %

21.             PARVATHY              14                    F                      CP – 60 %

22.             ROHINI                      20                    F                      CP – 60 %

23.             RAJALEKSHMY      16                    F                      CP – 60 %

24.             RAHEENA RAJAN  14                    F                      MR – 50 %

25.             SARANYA                16                    F                      MR – 50 %

26.             SREEVANDANA     14                    F                      MR – 70 %

27.             VIDHYA                    18                    F                      CP – 80 %

28.             VEENA                      17                    F                      MD – 45 %    

No. of children currently enrolled in Ashraya - break-ups in each class

Pre- Primary                    -           3

Primary                            -           10

Secondary                        -           6

Pre- Vocational                -           4

Higher Secondary           -           4

Professional Degree         -           1

 

5.  DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES OF ASHRAYA

Ashraya is a Residential Rehabilitation Center and it extends the following services to the Challenged Girl Children.

i) Residential Rehabilitation Programme

ii) Special Education for the mentally challenged children.

iii) Formal Schooling for the physically challenged/ spastic children.

iv) Physiotherapy  for physically challenged/ spastic children.

v) Pre-vocational training for developing eye- hand coordination, fine motor control etc. Eg : Craft work, tailoring, Embroidery & needle work etc.

vi) Awareness programmes for parents, Higher secondary & College students, NSS volunteers, NCC cadets , Medical & Nursing students, teachers etc. on causes & prevention of disabilities, rehabilitation & management of disabled persons etc.

vii) Impart Teacher Training programme under Rehabilitation Council of India, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India & IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University).

viii) Implementing  and coordinating Health Insurance Scheme/ programmes brought out by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India in Kollam District.

ix) Functioning as NGO Member/ Convener to the quasi–legal body ( LLC National Trust) for Kollam Dist. under the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India

6. MEASUREMENTS OR DESCRIPTIONS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PROGRAMME

As regards to measurements/effectiveness of the programme, Ashraya has basically two types of challenged children. 

 

The first category is the one with average or slightly below average intelligence who are capable of under going regular schooling.

 

The category two are children with subnormal intelligence who cannot be put through regular schooling but can be specially trained for better/socially acceptable behaviour pattern.

 

Considering the above 50% of our daughters falls into first category and the next 50% falls into second category.

 

Effectiveness of first category

 

      The first challenged daughter of ours, after 10 years of training at Ashraya, is presently doing her Engineering course in Govt: Engineering College Trivandrum. 

 

      The second daughter has passed her XII Standard (Higher Secondary Board Exam) this year, the next two daughters have been promoted from XI Standard to XII Standard (National Open School Syllabus)

 

The other two children have come out successful with good marks in their X Standard Board exam and would be joining for Standard XII (National Open School Syllabus)

 

Next three children are promoted to standard IX.

 

 

Effectiveness of Second Category 

 

      This is an aspect which canŐt be quantified in terms of marks or academic performances.  The effectiveness of our special programme is totally on the results achieved related to the behaviour pattern and functional ability of our children which is highly appreciated by the parents of the mentally retarded children.  Their assessment is basically based on the comparison they make on the social behaviour pattern of their children with that of similar challenged children elsewhere.

 

      None of the parents have ever expressed displeasure in any way on the performance of AshrayaŐs Special Education Programme.  This reflects how effective our programme is.

 

7. FUTURE PLANS

Future of our children

      As regards to category one detailed above we are certain  that our daughters would get placement in any Govt: Department according to their educational level.  We put all efforts to take them to the practically possible level in educating them.

      As regards to category two they are being prepared and trained to be a supporting structure in the family they belong,  rather than being a liability. 

Future of our Organization

      As regards to the organizationŐs future the highlights are as under.

1.   Continue all activities which are being undertaken for the last one decade aiming at the welfare of the  challenged persons.

2.   Implement the long standing project – The Artificial Limb Unit by providing mobility to      the challenged and prepare them for education.

     3.    To complete the Physiotherapy Unit which was planned  to be implemented during last financial year but was held up  due to delay in obtaining CorporationŐs Building license/ Permit issues etc.