The Welfare At Glance
The Organisation “The Welfare” was founded in the year 1990 by a group of energetic noble minded people concerned for the upliftment of Person with Disability and weaker section of the society. It is located in BALASORE MPL block of BALASORE district of Orissa. The school consists of Grades from 1 to 9. The school is Co-educational and it have an attached pre-primary section. The school is N/A in nature and is not using school building as a shift-school. Odia is the medium of instructions in this school. This school is approachable by all weather road. In this school academic session starts in April.
The school has Rented building. It has got 8 classrooms for instructional purposes. All the classrooms are in good condition. It has 2 other rooms for non-teaching activities. The school has a separate room for Head master/Teacher. The school has Pucca boundary wall. The school has have electric connection. The source of Drinking Water in the school is Tap Water and it is functional. The school has 3 boys toilet and it is functional. and 3 girls toilet and it is functional. The school has a playground. The school has a library and has 210 books in its library. The school does not need ramp for disabled children to access classrooms. The school has no computers for teaching and learning purposes The school is not having a computer aided learning lab. The school is Provided and Prepared in School Premises providing mid-day meal.
The major objective of setting up the Special School for the Blind is to carry concept of “Self Help” to its logical conclusion of supporting vision is man’s most effective distance sense. Its loss or impairment possess very serious threat to the social and economic security of the individual. Most people regard diminishing vision as a potential disaster with possible implications for the complete transformation in the way of one’s living. Literacy is the very foundation of great deal of human development. Thus it was the blind people who could not be made literate without special equipment began to be treated as a burden on the community.
A visually handicapped child like other normal child is a member of his family and community at large. Family plays an important role in development of the child. His education pursuit begins in his family. The parents of these children are greatly disappeared and dejected when they come to know about their child having loss of vision as to what they should do for their child. They begin to feel their disabled child as their liability and associate the blindness of their child with the sins of previous birth. With the development of facilities and programmes for the education of visually handicapped children, there is no need of any kind of disappointment or dejection. What is needed is to think plan and out of the way of minimizing the effects of visuals loss.
Blindness a limitation not a loss. He can perform many tasks independently and successfully in the absence of sight if provided desired training and relevant guidance. Keeping this aim the special School has been set up what is needed for blind is to provide them p roper and need based on educational facilities to be equal with others in the society instead of depending upon the family members and society.
The School is running on public donation and Govt has decided to give Grant-in –aid for our school .
During this year, Secretary of SSEPD Dept., Mr .Niten Chandra ( I.A.S ) , Addl. Collector Mr. Manmath Kumar Pani , District Education Officer Mr. Hrusikesh Kandi , DSSO Head quarter . ( O.A.S ) , DSSO . Mr . Santosh kumar Sabat visited the institution and also highly praised for smooth running of the organization .
The institution is being capable giving engagement of blind teachers and orthopedically handicapped person along with other teaching and non-teaching staff.
The District Administration is helping the institution in various factors for the wellbeing of the blind students.
1. Residential School for the Blind
2. Residential Sambhav C.P. School
3. Skill Development Training Centre for PWDs
4. Manufacturing of Phenyl
1. Regd.Under S.R.Act 1860 : Regd.No. 3738-1698/91-92 dt-28.12.91.
2. Regd.Under .RPWD Act 2016 : Regd.No .2/WCD.dt .29.12.03
3. Regd. Under IT Act U/S 12A : Regd. No.12 A/526-26/10-11
4. Regd. Under IT Act U/S 80 G : Regd. No. CIT/ CTC/TECH/80(G)-476/2010-11/3839-45dt.29.10.10
Board of Management
The management of the organization is vested in the hands on administrations having vast experienced and skilled Personalities attitude towards social service.
Sri Dhruba Ch. Rana
Smt. Sabitri Jena
Sri Dibakar Saw
Sri Jugal Kishore Pradhan
Sri Subodh Ku Behera
Mr Ashok Kumar Panda
Mr Suvendu Bhusan Behera
Mr Lambodhar Rath
Mr. Akshya ku Panigrahi
Ms Shradhanjali Roy
Mr Mahesh Ch Mohapatra
Sri Subrat Kar