August 2, 2018

Fire Safety Training at FFLV

Last month, the local Fire Safety Department conducted a Fire Drill session for our students at Sandipani muni School, Food for Life Vrindavan. The purpose of the drill was to ensure that every student knows how to exit safely and quickly in case of a fire or in any other emergency. In the session, the students were taught the method of how a building would be evacuated in the event of a fire, and how the existing fire alarm system would be activated if any emergency occurs. They also learnt about the to-dos in case of any emergency, which includes:- how to respond to the fire alarm, stop then and there whatever they might be doing, start moving out of the building and close the door if they are the last one to exit it, leaving the lights on, move to the nearest exit, take the stairs, clear the sidewalks, […]
August 2, 2018

Career Counseling by Nayati’s staff

On 20th July, 2018, Dr.Kohli (Dean) and his team from Nayati Hospital conducted a career counseling session in Sandipani Muni School for our girls aimed at exploring work opportunities with Nayati Hospitals, narrowing and evaluating their career choices, & conducting a job search, followed by a Q&A round.By the end of the session the girls seemed confident and interested in pursuing various medical courses offered by the hospital. The foundation has also decided to join hands with Food for Life Vrindavan to help the students in their studies by giving 25% fees concession in their higher studies for the upcoming batches. We thank the organization for their endeavor. In the past also, Nayati conducted various mental/physical health awareness sessions and seminars with the teachers and students of SMS Vrindavan. About Nayati Healthcare Foundation:  Nayati Healthcare & Research Pvt. Ltd. is India’s first Multi Super-Specialty healthcare chain operating in Tier-II & […]
August 2, 2018

Free Cycle Distribution at FFLV

As a part of providing free transportation to our girls so that they can easily come to school, last month we donated  free bicycles to some of those living in far off areas where  bullock carts and buses have no access to pick them up and bring them to school. To make their travelling safe and easy, we provided 7 girls of our schools with a bicycle each so that they can regularly attend the school. 90% of the girls enrolled in our school come from rural areas located a few kilometers away from our school, areas which are reachable via remote unpaved roads . This makes it unsafe for the girls to travel alone considering the high crime rate in India, especially the rural areas. Travelling alone can increase their chances of getting raped or kidnapped. The parents also feel uncomfortable to send their girls to school from a […]