The Student Social Responsibility Committee brings to you our new initiative ‘MRUDGANDHA’, with the theme of “Attaining Equalities”.
This year we have partnered with TEACH (Training & Education for the Hearing Impaired) – an NGO which was established with an aim to ensure equal and comprehensive post-schooling educational opportunities for the hearing impaired.
Training and Educational Center for Hearing impaired (TEACH) is a registered not-for profit organization that has created a facility of Higher education for the deaf & also initiated a School Transformation Project for the schools for deaf in Mumbai. TEACH was founded in 2016 and since then enabled a substantial number deaf children to attain education.
Vision – Outreaching Education
TEACH aims to be a Model Institute for Deaf children in India, where a deaf child is empowered with skills and knowledge to become self-dependent.
TEACH has designed two programs under its educational umbrella. The core program is a “Higher Educational Institute” and “School Transformation Project” is a facilitator to its Higher Education.
- Higher Educational Institute: TEACH is a pioneer in setting up a higher educational institute for deaf in Mumbai. Among the other NGOs working in higher education space, TEACH has the highest number (71) of students in its facility and that’s only because of the focus on “Overall Development”. TEACH operates in two locations, Kalina (Mumbai) and Seawoods Darave (Navi Mumbai).
Features of Higher Educational Institute:
- Specially designed curriculum of English and Math for deaf children