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Importance of NGOs in India

By: Chalmette Damarion

Date Added : July 28, 2011 Views : 870
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India is a developing nation, but can you believe that 30% of India is illiterate! Poverty has become something very common in the Indian society. The government is trying their best to eradicate poverty. However, the government alone cannot accomplish it. This is the point where the role of NGO in India comes into play. Of late there are many NGOs which have come up helping Indian citizens. Mostly these NGOs are run by the charity they receive. They have multiple programs which they conduct in order to bring about awareness among people.

One of the major reasons why India is still lagging behind in the global market is because of the lack of education. India is facing one of the worst educational crises in the world. Education trains a person to think in a broader perspective. It would provide every citizen a better paying job, thereby solving the crisis of poverty. Citizens would be better aware of fraudulent activities, and hence solve the problem of corruption. It is indeed vital for the country as a whole to develop. Improvements in the field of medicine and scientific technology can be done only by educated people. However, this valuable element is deprived from the slum children. Kids from the slum areas in India are made to work as laborers in many factories such as match stick, fire crackers, etc. At a very young age of about 8 – 12, parents remove children especially their girl child from schools and make them work in fields or as servants in the houses of the rich people. India NGO has started slum education for these kids. Some of these NGO have a motto which is to provide free education in India. These NGOs are involved in various activities like dealing with infrastructural problems for the upbringing of the poor and to provide quality education to the slum children.

These NGOs provide books, stationary items, and clothes for children. NGO in India has also started “Night Schools.” The number of children attending these night schools is on a rise. These schools imbibe quality education among the slum children. They have also started the ‘Food-seva’ wherein these children are given adequate food facilities. The night schools are well equipped with libraries, laboratories and other basic amenities.

Apart from education these NGOs also conduct fun activates such as sports day and also takes the children on picnics. NGO in Mumbai also felicitates students who come up with good scores. They make education stress-free and spread the light of education.

No one can deny the role of NGOs in India. You too can come forward and help in any possible way. Donating food, clothes, shoes, books, computers systems are always welcome. If you have the flare to teach, you could educate these slum children in night schools. Well, you may not be paid for it but rewards in the form of blessings are for sure! So why not make a difference, Educate the society – Educate India.

Govind Agarwal is the author of this article on Free education in India . Find more information, about social service in India here

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