Instashala project - Spherule Foundation (our CSR Partner)
- Nuh, Haryana – One of the most backward districts in India, a large population in Nuh was rendered illiterate due to poor quality of educational facilities and infrastructure. IBPS along with Spherule Foundation enhanced the quality of education and learning performance of school aged children through various initiatives like digital learning, providing stationery kits, arranging events like Science Day, Environment Day, promoting sports activities, counselling sessions to improve mental health, providing life skills training sessions, community awareness programs on cleanliness, waste management as well as other environmental and social issues.
- Delhi – Due to the digital divide in learning created during the pandemic, 80% students in government schools were unable to receive any sort of education that further widened the socio-economic gap in the society. In Patparganj district of Delhi, Spherule Foundation helped by IBPS runs 8 batches of 256 students from Class 3rd to 8th. In Kalkaji, 2 batches are functional with 105 students from Class 5th- 8th through digital learning and remedial classes of Science, Engineering and Maths. During the third wave of the pandemic, schools once again shifted to online mode and post February commenced with offline learning that included an elaborate National Science Day celebration with full fervour by making posters and science experimental models. This event was attended by 160 students and covered by 4 local newspapers.
KNOWLEDGE SHARING & LOCAL CAPABILITY BUILDING SESSION
A Day of Interaction with Professors, Scientists & Students of various Colleges & Universities at Department of Botany, Parvatibai Chowgule College of Arts & Science on the occasion of “Western Regional Seminar on Frontiers and Innovations in Plant Sciences”
IBPS marks the 3rd year in Business with Community Support Initiative
SUPPORTING KERALA IN FACING FLOOD AFTERMATH
WITH THE CHANGE IN CLIMATE CULTIVATE HOME GROWN RICE PLANT
IBPS IS A PROUD PARTNER FOR THE WILD DIALOGUES
LIVING WITH PYTHONS
IBPS actively supports a nationwide awareness initiative started by herpetologist and researcher Nirmal Kulkarni to instill appreciation about India’s 3 Python species. The Indian Rock Python, Burmese Python and Reticulated python. This is achieved through conservation outreach and field based herpetology techniques via on-field discussions, engagements with communities, youth and actively working with on-field Forest Department personnel. Join the movement click here
SOCIAL HISTORY CONSERVATION SPONSORSHIP
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