RIMT has been doing regular work to educate the financially weaker and specially the SC/ST/OBC students. RIMT is committed to developing dialogue between government and civil society on education issues, undertaking and disseminating research on key issues, and helping education increase their effectiveness.
RIMT is working towards education of the poor children and the slum children. As education is the basic right of every child, they offer free education to children who are not able to afford to go to school. RIMT has a qualified and self-motivated team of teaching faculty who work hard to teach these children and help them in improving their life standards. RIMT follows a unique method of educating the poor children that would help them in applying their educational knowledge to create something new and big that would financially support them.
RIMT offers free education in India to those poor children who are incapable of going to school. They care for the poor children and develop many slum education programs that would benefit the poor children who live in the slums. Every organization that does social service in India has its own aim and target to be achieved. RIMT works towards the betterment of the lives of the poor children and try to improve the standards of life by offering them free education.
RIMT is one among them that is an educational organisations that tries to educate as many children as possible who live in the slums. They have even generated many programs for the public through which they would be able to support poor children who cannot afford to study. In India social service oriented people are many but they do not know about the right way through which they would be able to reach the needy.
- Formation of maximum number of SHGs (Self-Help Groups),
- Self defense training Programme for women,
- Re-creation centre for senior citizen,
- Campaign against child labour,
- Lifelong technical support to passed beneficiaries,
- Legal awareness
RIMT will continue to facilitate discussions and act on opportunities for collaboration, collective learning and action for higher quality and accessible education.
The moderately hot and humid climate in the monsoon season is the most unhealthy when many old, sick and malnourished people die due to non – availability of medical facility in the cluster or areas of population. No worthwhile medical facilities is available at the nearest, even if they reach they do not get real cure of their ailment.
Monsoon season is the most unhealthy which breeds mosquito and gives rise to water borne diseases like malaria, dysentery and stomach disorders. The most common diseases in the area are gastro intestine, eye diseases, skin diseases, malaria, diseases relating to women etc.
A distinct impression gained during the family interviews and visits to hospitals and doctors is that incidence of sickness is higher among the women and children and the most common complaints are live fluke, cough and stomach disorders, which may be related to unbalanced diet, contaminated drinking water, inadequate clothing and exposure. Infants are fed on cereals diets. Most of the families belonging to poorer section of the society have no milch cattle and milk was not available for the normal feeding of the infants and children.
The cases of eye diseases are very high in the cluster / area. Usually in every village 10-15 persons are having serious eye diseases like cataract etc.
The level of health consciousness is very low and medical aid is taken only in serious cases. The concept of preventive medicine is almost in non- existent. Of-course, the medical costs are another important factor in determining health consciousness and facility usership levels for a predominantly poverty ridden population.
The women empowerment programme will undertake schemes for resolving issues and challenges in the environment sector. Measures to preserve and promote environment shall form the part and parcel of the plan of activities.
The above general consideration indicate the need and desirability of the following plan activities :-
Human Resource Development –
The following scheme shall be undertaken for the human resource development and empowerment of the poor and women in the Clusters of village / areas :
- Awareness building
- Continue education and awareness building for the women,
- Non-formal and adult education,
- Skill training for self –employment and income generation,
- Skill upgradation for gainful employment,
- Higher production and productivity,
- Technical and technological training,
- Social animator training,
- Training in spiritual, moral, culture, socio economic and political dimensions of human beings.
Gender and Development –
The proposed activities shall be :
- Awareness training camps on issues and challenges on gender sensitive development,
- Special programmes of empowerment of women through education, motivation and organization,
- Micro enterprises development exclusively for women,
- Skill, managerial and enterprenurial trainings,
- Leadership development, and
- Formation of the women association forum groups, thrift and credit societies etc.
Programmes for economic empowerment of women :-
- Self employment and income generation schemes,
- Schemes for productive asset creation,
- Procurement and supply of raw materials and inputs and marketing of finished products,
- Facilitation to participate in women development programmes of the government.
Social empowerment of women by undertaking programmes of :-
- Formal, Non – formal education,
- Population education,
- Better health and family planning and
- Legal aid etc.
To promote Adult education and informal education among rural masses and slum dwellers to all the elderly, youths of both genders. Various awareness programmes in Education, Health, Environment (Social Forestry) Livestocks, Agriculture, Horticulture, Small Scale Industries and many more programmes to improve there livelihood.
- Improvement of agriculture related technologies, say appropriate and sustainable technology .
- Livestock related technology, say white revolution, breed improvement.
- Improvement of horticulture and social forestry.
- Up-grading the technology of village carpenters, blacksmiths, potters, etc,.
There are large numbers of weavers but they are facing the problems of yarn scarcity and up-gradation of weaving technology . To meet their need improved spinning wheels ( Charkhas ) need to be introduced in the area.
New and renewable sources of energy, biogas technology, windmills, solar cookers, energy saving improved cooking chullas ( Stoves ) deserves immediate introduction.
- Water management
- Land reclamation technology.
- Efficient and scientific use of agriculture inputs like fertilizers.
- Technology of harnessing the irrigation potentials.
- Introduction of improved tools, implements, machineries, and all related technologies.
Technology of health and hygiene. It is another area which has not been introduced at all in the villages / clusters / areas. Even there are no hygienic drinking water. Many people become victims of water borne diseases and sometimes die In the absence of medical facilities.
Technology of balanced diet. The intake of animal products is almost negligible. Therefore, it calls for expansion of a comprehensive programme of livestock development. It will not only meet foof deficiency but will also provide remunerative employment opportunities, diversification of job and so on.