Youngsters are future leaders of Developed India Education is the backbone of helping in achieving this goal. Unemployment Poverty and Unbalanced gender ratio is some of the common problems our country is facing since Independence. They are taught to students in economics in their syllabus. For the first time, in Valsad District, in our Killa Pardi students of Vedaant Multipurpose School have taken these two initiatives to become solution providers. This Women’s Day, the entire March month will be celebrated by gifting New Born Kit to New Born Girl Child sponsored by Kishor Sinh Solanki along with certificates to parents sponsored by Vedaant Multipurpose School. This kit and certificate will be distributed throughout March month and we will request dignitaries of Killa Pardi to be part of this initiative and promote Girl Child. Recently there has been a Virtual Competition : Aapdu Pardi, wherein students were asked suggestions and changes they want to see in their town. 3 students of Vedaant Multipurpose School came up with a suggestion and today opening of this project, to Empower Women, under the banner of Aarambh : Ek Pehal Apni Pehchan Ki, for 1 year and make them Self Employed. Both programmes were inaugurated through the hands of Mamlatdar and Executive Magistrate of Pardi Nirav Patel, Trustee of Shanta and Vedaant Multipurpose School Trushit Shah and Group Administrator of We Belong to Killa Pardi Manish Desai. Vanshika Desai and Maitri Bhandari of VMS expressed their review on the Women’s Day programme.
Whereas Darshil Shah, Kunj Shah and Shah of VMS shared their experience and ideas to work on the Aarambh Project. Kinjal Pandya writer in Daman Ganga Times and Dharmesh Modi BJP sabhya also gave their presence. Saima Pathan as part of convenor and educationist conducted the program. Overall Community Service is the need of the hour. Every school must implement and include it in its curriculum.