The Mishra Memorial develops educational solutions that are accessible to out-of-school adolescent girls and boys.
These educational solutions include evening classes and classes coordinated with childcare to enable students to balance their household responsibilities with education.
We distribute books, stationary and cloths to needy children every six months. A chunk of the donation of the NGO, 30 per cent to be precise, is used to fund education of children belonging to economically weaker sections (EWS).
We have with us highly qualified, experienced and professional members/volunteers, like doctors, management professionals, PG in labour and social welfare, law graduates, etc. to carry forward the task of promoting education among the underprivileged.
Besides ensuring quality education for children and young people, we conduct vocational courses to boost their level of confidence and motivate them to find decent employment that could improve their standard of life which is essential to help the youth to break themselves free from the cycle of poverty.
Thus, today’s youth, which is the future of the nation, can become leaders of change in their communities and inspire future generations. Hence, our vision is a society based on legitimate rights, equity, justice, honesty, social sensitivity and a culture of service in which all are self-reliant.
The LYNMMSS is currently involved in delivering a range of training programmes aimed at providing practical foundation knowledge as well as skills, especially in rural belts. The Seva Samithi works on the model of providing livelihood based skills to youth. The objective is to support livelihood activities by promoting entrepreneurship or forming self help groups. The main aim of the activities is to impart skill among youth from vulnerable sections of the society with a larger goal to make them self-reliant.
The Samiti launched a mobile school (van with all the accessories of a classroom), last year on June 5, to reach out to the slum children. The mobile school caters to the educational needs of the underprivileged children whose parents can’t afford regular education for them. The initiative met with instant response from slum dwellers.
Besides academics, self-help programmes are conducted during the classes. In view of the growing number of crimes against children, especially in the National Capital, students here are in personal safety. They are also given tips to protect themselves from harm in case of any eventuality.