About the Organization:
Borderless World Foundation (BWF): is a Non-Governmental, Non-Profit Organization, established on 8th March 2002 and registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950(BPT) with its registered office at C1/1, SNo 14/15, Y
The recepient community is the underprivileged and the orphans of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh regions who are the residents of our Bassera-e-Tabassum (B-e-T) Homes. The locality is our Home which is close by to market areas in various districts of Jammu and Kashmir. It will be a long term project in which we will give assistance through digital literacy to each child upto his higher secondary education and continue providing it upto the same level to new admissions of our B-e-T Homes. The approximate cost of the entire project is Rs. 23 lakhs. Various electronic gadgets are necessary to run this project which includes inverters with battery backup, laptops, projectors, tablets, printers, kindles, alexas, home speakers with mics, Android TVs, electric scooters. Online education subscriptions and yearly internet is also a necessity. This will help to connect all our homes and girls to latest educational modules, infrastructure, freedom to speak and connect with teachers, guides, counsellors. It will create opportunities for more active and meaningful learning experiences. It will help to make them responsible for how they utilize technology to interact with the world around them. They will receive a platform to gain knowledge through online websites where they can compete as well as learn intellectually. This will teach our girls to be digitally independent. It will ease in securing their careers and future in this tech savvy world. This movement will lead the nation towards a digital India
Transforming all orphanages into the E-Classrooms or Digital Centers. Organize a English, Maths and science classes through E-ClassRoom Facility Organize a Vocatoinal Program Organize a stafff training at 5 orphanages Organize Skill based training Program Inviting and connecting with teachers and teaching methods from locally, nationaly and Globaly Each and every Indian citizen starting with children should be digitally independent for which we need to create a digital infrastructure as a utility to every child. It is one thing to know how to use these technologies. The importance of technology in schools is so evident in today’s generation that students who are not computer savvy will struggle in their future professions, as most tasks in competing with others require some type of computer work. E-Classroom/Digital Calssroom will connect with many educational methods. BWF is already started taking with various schools, teachers for joining a E-Classrooms and we are already having couple of schools who are taking classes for our stodents. We will surely get and already organising special skills, volunteers help, techinical support. We are already having a 5 Rental acomodations where we can start our E-Classroom.
Kupwara Disrict, Anantnag District, Budgam District, Jammu District, Srinagar District
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