The tasks that they take up are handmade paper carry bags making, envelope making, card making, block printing, screen printing, file folder making and several other handmade paper products making. In exchange, money is not all they get. This training gives them a sense of self-worth and economic independence. Besides, they learn the skill of developing inter-personal relationships.
The children who do not show much progress on the academic front are put in the vocational training programmes. Students are put in batches and the batch in advanced stages makes products, which goes to various corporates and organizations. Not only this, the students also get stipend for the hours they spend at the workshop as the encouragement for their hard work and special skills.
Grandparents Set the Stage at MBCN on World Elderly Day
World Elderly Day, also known as International Day for Elderly People was celebrated with great fervour at Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan (MBCN) to recognise the contribution of elders towards the society. The aim of observing this occasion was also to create awareness amongst the masses about the issues affecting the elders. This move was in lieu of encouraging people to understand their responsibilities towards making lives better for the elderly.