VOL. 12, NO. 1, Jan - Feb 2018



I am not slow, I fly low

Tormented by the fate and abandoned by her parents, little June ended up staying in an orphanage. The non-conducive environment at the orphanage compelled the honourable Child Welfare Committee to transfer the child at Jagshanti Udayan Ghar, Greater Noida for long term care and protection.

Joining the ghar family in October, 2016, June was provided with all the required love, warmth and care by the team consisting of caregivers, mentor parents and, mental health & social work professionals.

Enrolled in a regular school where she couldn’t adjust and performed, June was then assessed by the mental health professional and was found having an I.Q. of 59% thereby making her a child with borderline intelligence. She was later, enrolled in Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan, a school for children with special needs.
Being groomed by the ghar team, June started showing improvements, gained confidence, became interactive and now has an improved level of self esteem. She learnt the skills to carry out her day to day activities and developed her relationship building skills as well.
Apart, she also developed interest towards sports and has always been encouraged to come forth & participate in all sports related events.
Recently, June participated in the Futsal NCC cum National Championship (a football championship) organized at Shri Prem Nagar Ashram, Uttarakhand on 19th Febraury’18 where she not only played extremely well but, also helped her team won the prize. June was awarded with a gold medal for her heart winning performance.

She has also won her hearts in the 12th adidas Udayan Care Annual Sports Day’18 where she ran for 100m dash race and bagged the 3rd prize. Her run was indeed electrifying.


Success has no ending, but only beginning!

Babita is a simple, introvert girl, residing in Uttam Nagar, West Delhi, who comes from an economically weak background. Her father works as a labor and her mother is a homemaker. Growing up, she wasn’t fond of games or cultural programs but found her comfort in helping her mother with the domestic chores. She often would spend her leisure time indoors, studying or engaging in domestic work.

A tenacious seeker, Babita was curious to excel academically. Having completed her graduation from School of Open Learning, her quest for gaining academic knowledge ended at Kaushal Kalp-Udayan Care Vocational Training Centre, which she discovered during a community survey led by our team.
Today, Babita is placed in a reputed firm as a data operator with a good entry level salary and helps her father with finances as well as helps her mother with domestic work, even today. Babita gives this credit to the 4 months of intensive training that has boosted her confidence. She holds a Diploma in Information Technology(DIT) from Kaushal Kalp- Udayan Care Vocational Training.

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