Our Initiatives : Education AID
     
  SCHOLARSHIP  
     
 
At SEWT , we  firmly believes that education and healthcare are the fundamental rights of every child and no child should be deprived of these basic rights simply because he/she does not have access to it or does not have the resources to realize his/her dreams.

The educational aid support programme (scholarship) was the first programme to be initiated by SEWT. It began in a small way but gradually over the years evolved into an initiative which helps scores of students every year to continue their education and reach their goals. Under this initiative financial help is provided to students (school level & college level) who are deserving and bright. The main criterion is merit.

TESTIMONIALS
Archana hails from a family of five sisters. A brilliant student whose father works as an Auto rickshaw driver. During one of his routine trip he met with an accident and was bedridden for years. It was during this crisis that her parents approached SEWT for educational aid.  Today Archana has completed her schooling and is preparing to appear for her colleges exams.

Siddiqui Qaynat’s father works as a tailor. With dwindling income the family was finding it difficult to continue her studies in an English medium school. They either wanted her to discontinue her studies or stat going to a nearby Municipal school. A relative of her referred her to SEWT for educational Aid. Qaynat  cleared her S.S.C. exams with 78% and is today attending a degrees college.

And many more such success stories……………..

 
     
 
UJALE KI AUR
 
     
 
To promote scientific temper and inculcate the habit of scientific thinking
 
     
 
 
     
  Nuclear scientist A.P Jayaraman addressing the student on the occasion of world science day and Mrs. Prabha Purohit (Mumbai head of society for the removal of superstitious belief) explaining the science behind magic performed by scrupulous babas and tantriks to dupe innocent people  
     
 
Mr. Hargude (ACP Mumbai police)
speaking about the ill effect of superstitious belief on the society.
 
     
 
 
     
   EDUCATIONAL
 
  Formal Education  
  Informal Education  
  Vocational Training  
  YCMOU (Study Center)  
  Scholarship  
     
  HEALTH CARE  
  TB Prevention Campaign
 
  AIDS Prevention Campaign
 
  Medical Camp
 
  Menstrual Hygiene Campaign  
     
  EMPOWERMENT  
  Handicrafts Making Workshop  
  Women Right Campaign