Hands on Training on Post Facto Monitoring Exercise

January 6, 2012

National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) in collaboration with South India Cell for Human Rights Education and Monitoring (SICHREM) organised a Hands on training on the Post facto Monitoring Exercise of the NCPCR’s Social Audit exercise in Bangalore from 26th to 30th December 2011 at The United Theological College (UTC), Bangalore, Karnataka for its Block Monitors and the Ward Facilitators of Karnataka Social Audit team. The training was inaugurated by Ms. Nina Nayak, Chairperson, KSCPCR. Ms. Kiran Bhatty, National Coordinator-RTE Division, NCPCR and Mr. Mathews Philip, Karnataka State Representative, NCPCR graced the occasion.  The objective of the training is to learn and conduct the proposed community monitoring process under the RTE Act. As part of this intensive training, the participants visited Govt. Kannada Model School in Pottery Town, Pulikeshinagar, Hafeezia Corporation school (BBMP) in Shivaji Nagar Ward and Govt. Kannada Model School in Vasanth Nagar ward. The team also conducted a community meeting in Pulikeshinagar Slum on the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act and its provisions. The resource team of the training includes, Ms. Sriranjani Vadiraj, Ms. Priyanka Varma, the Regional Coordinators of the RTE Division-NCPCR, Mr. Thomas Antony, District Coordinator of NCPCR’s Social Audit program in Delhi and Mr. Gangadhar Reddy, District Coordinator of NCPCR’s Social Audit Exercise in Karnataka.

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