Eight-year-old Nirmal has begun pondering his vocation and presently he is intense about investigations. “I need to be a cop,” he said, discussing his likely arrangement sitting in a moving study hall in a transport.
Not just Nirmal, a few oppressed youngsters who were denied of the investigations presently go along with him in the ‘Study hall Bus’ for study.
Consistently four transports that have been changed over into moving study halls employ on Delhi’s streets to give schooling to the kids living in ghettos. These transports intend to give training to such youngsters who have not been to schools.
By and by, around 50 youngsters are concentrating in these homeroom transports and the greater part of them are cloth pickers.
There is a driver, an assistant and two educators in each transport. A chalkboard is introduced in the transport and youngsters are additionally furnished with record and chalk. Additionally, food is likewise accessible for youngsters.
Non-government association ‘Tejasia’ has named these vehicles “Expectation Buses”. A group of the NGO reviews of a specific region to see whether number of kids who should be instructed are more. Then, at that point a transport is shipped off that space. As of now, the transports are visiting eight such areas in the public capital. Over the most recent quite a long while, numerous youngsters who concentrated in these transports got joined up with government schools.
Other than essential instruction, the youngsters likewise learn social behavior — like how to live, talk or act.
Ebna Edwin, working with the NGO, said, “We are showing kids in Kamala Nagar, a province in R.K. Puram and Gurugram.”
It begins at 9 a.m., the transport arrives at all the areas in 60 minutes, after which a class is held from 10 am to 12 early afternoon.
After that a similar transport goes to another area to show different kids from 2 pm to 4 pm.