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Jeevan Lok Nirman Sansthan is an organization working for social and ecological justice since February 2017. In February 2017, Jeevan Lok Nirman Sansthan was registered as an Indian organization, governed by an independent General Assembly and a Governing Board. Jeevan Lok Nirman Sansthan, (a Hindi name which means Public Life Care Foundation) was established by a group of graduates of Jamia Millia Islamia (a Central University based in New Delhi of Indian Republic) who were residents of Haryana and had a vow to serve the marginalized and empower the future generations in India.



Jeevan Lok Nirman Sansthan has been working with poor and marginalized people in India since 2017. We work in Haryana’s most backward region i.e. Mewat region in the subdivisional area of Hathin which is positioned in the Palwal district. We aspire to expand our activities to all States, UTs, reaching out to the most marginalized and excluded groups in India.We work as a grassroots-based organization, help marginalized communities to enhance their capacities to make local government departments accountable and citizen-friendly, and to build their own NGOs, and community-based organizations and people's movements to collectively address poverty, inequality, and injustice.
Our focus is on the rights of India’s most marginalized communities: Dalit and indigenous people, rural and urban poor, women, children, and minorities. These groups face an acute lack of access to and control over resources, services, and institutions and our efforts are to equip them with knowledge about their rights and develop capacities in them to demand their constitutional rights.
We are highly ambitious to pay special attention to those in vulnerable situations, such as people living with chronic hunger; people with disabilities; migrant and bonded workers; children who are out of school; city-dwellers without a home; and people whose land or livelihood is under threat. We will also work with women, men, girls, and boys who have been trafficked, displaced or hit by natural and human-made disasters.

APPEAL:
We earnestly appeal to the individuals to come forward and extend helping hand in our projects.
Donations are exempted from Income Tax under Section 12A, 80G of the I.T Act.
Your help to us serves the purpose of humanity and the Almighty as well. The Sansthan is dedicated to going beyond charity by enabling the people to their fullest extent. Its True North lies in making a society having peace, prosperity, and justice for all. It enables the have knots to access the resources for a total change in their lives and hence promotes the country to step into a new world. BE THE CHANGE…

Name of the project:  MEWAT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL PROJECT
A highly ambitious innovative, self-sustainable entrepreneurship based project aims to set up a residential school -to bridge the urban-rural divide by creating leaders from rural India, who can act as catalysts of change for their communities, villages, and the entire nation-“from a Primary School to a University” in the district Mewat (Nuh), Haryana - India’s No#01 Most Backward Dist, Ranked by NITI in 2017).

2.    Thematic Area:  Self-Sustainable Entrepreneurship based project on Education

3.    Target Groups and their Geographical areas.

Target Groups:
 While Institutions like Doon School, Scindia, and the Mayo College have created a space for nurturing financially potential students from India’s urban elite, a similar space did not exist for nurturing high achievers from economically backward sections of rural India. Working towards addressing the resulting lacunae of rural leadership, Mewat University School Project is being envisaged to be established as India’s rural leadership school-cum –academy for meritorious and underprivileged students between 06-18 years of age, would be inducted in IV & V standard through admission tests. Admissions will be open for all the communities without any discrimination on the basis of their religion, caste, creed, and financial status for the inhabitants of Mewat district in particular; and inhabitants of the adjoining districts in general. Mewat district is ranked as the No.01 district amongst the Most Backward districts of India as per the Rankings of the NITI-Formerly Planning Commission of India in 2017. The socio-economic and educational backwardness of the Meo community was also briefed in the Sachar Committee Report, Prime Minister’s Office of India way back a decade.

About the Geographical Area:

 Nuh, adjacent to District Gurugram, is a land of rich cultural heritage with historical background. The Meos, who trace their roots to the early Aryan invasion of Northern India, call themselves Kshatriyas and have preserved their social and cultural traits to a surprise to a large extent. Geographically, Nuh District is situated between 26-degree and 30-degree North Latitude and 76-degree and 78-degree East longitude. Gurugram district bounds it on its North, while Rewari district lies to its West and Palwal district to its East. On the South, the district shares its boundary with the State of Rajasthan. Nuh district is largely comprised of planes. Inconsistency in NUH topography is evident from its patches of land with hills and hillock of the Aravali Mountain on the one hand and plains on the other. Thus, physio-graphically the area is divided into two tracts- upland and low land.
Nuh district is the first rank holder amongst “Aspirational Districts” as declared by National Institute for Transforming India- NITI-, Formerly Planning Commission, Government of India. The most socioeconomic and educationally backward district is only about 80 km away from the Capital of India. Nuh district is the land of a meo (Muslim) community which is known for crippling poverty, ballooning population and social deviance, but surprisingly this community has played a very nucleus/ key role in India’s struggle for independence and India’s independence.
Population
S.N.    Particulars    Total    Total    Rural    Urban
1    Population    Total
Male
Female    1089263
571162
518101    965157
506086
459071    124106
65076
59030
2    Population
(Age 0-6)    Total
Male
Female    248128
130168
117960    225069
117967
107102    23059
12201
10858
3    SC Population    Total
Male
Female    75251
39743
35508    57238
30312
26926    18013
9431
8582
4    Literate    Total
Male
Female    454897
308435
146462    384749
266086
118663    70148
42349
27799
5    Sex Ratio (Female per 1000 males)    Total    905    907    903


Cultivation

S.N.    Particulars    Figure
1    Total Area    153257 Hect.
2    Cultivable Area    113550 Hect.
3    Cultivated Area    108334 Hect.
4    Net irrigation Area
By Canal
by T/Well
Total    .
16432 Hect.
59527 Hect.
75959 Hect.
5    No. of Tractor    5688
6    No. of Seed cum fertilizer drill    3110
7    Crop intensity    150%
8    No. of Hafed Sale Centre    3
9    No. of HSDC Sale Centre    3


4.    Strategies for Implementation:
The project is a class apart and envisions being the best agency for socialization, nurturing, and grooming of those socially deviant children, children of impoverished rural communities would be transformed through this project “from juvenile delinquents to the future leader for change and inspiration”. It is indeed a noble cause of human resource development for the youth and adults of the Economically Weaker Sections of rural communities who will act as agents for change for their communities, villages, and the entire nation.
Vision of the Project:
Mewat University School Project envisions bridging the urban-rural divide by creating leaders from rural India, who can act as catalysts of change for their communities, villages, and the entire nation.
The mission of the Project:
Create a Leadership institution providing a world-class education to the rural, economically underprivileged students to shape them into future leaders.
Develop a model of academic excellence replicable in rural districts of all States of India.
Strategies for Implementation/ Execution:
The inspiration for the project i.e. Mewat University School Project stems from the belief that high-quality education will have a positive impact on the academic and socio-economic structure of the society to a point where it can truly uplift and transform lives.
The project aims to provide the opportunities of a world-class leadership academy to the economically backward students of rural India and transform their lives using high-quality school education.
The project brings students from rural India, who is potential high achievers, at par with their urban counterparts.
Mewat University School Project is a highly ambitious, innovative, self-sustainable entrepreneurship-based project is focused on developing future leaders who can act as catalysts of change for their communities, villages, and the nation at large. While this project is unique in its approach, it can be scaled up and replicated in any rural district of India, especially in 90 Minority Concentrated Districts of India as declared by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India.
A residential school, the Mewat University School project aims to drive transformation in the country by investing in the adult and youth; catalyzing them into future leaders.
It will comb all the communities’ students residing in Mewat district- the No.01 rank holder districts amongst Inspirational Districts of India by NITI in 2017- in particular to identify the meritorious, rural Indian students from economically underprivileged backgrounds. Once selected the students, who would have already completed their half- primary schooling i.e. passing out of Standard 3rd are inducted to Mewat University School Project in Class IV/V. The students will spend nine/eight years- from class IV/V to class XII- at the residential campus.
The young scholars of Mewat University School Project will follow a carefully crafted leadership program/curriculum that allows them to explore their full potential.
The project aims to setting up of a residential school to bridge the urban-rural divide by creating leaders from rural India, who can act as catalysts of change for their communities, villages, and the entire nation. “from a Primary School to a University” in the district Mewat (Nuh), Haryana - India’s No#01 Most Backward Dist, Ranked by NITI in 2017).
On the approval of the project by the funding agency and receiving the required financial assistance, we at Jeevan lok (NGO) has conceptualized the strategies for the implementation as the mentioned in the forthcoming points.
If we have no strategies for implementation otherwise having an idea that we have to set up a school in the Mewat likewise setting up a school in other  districts of India, will not pay in the long run.
Many prominent national and international educational NGOs have been failed in this area i.e. Delhi Public School Society, Educomp Solutions who runs the Millennium School, the Universal Academy. Setting up of a school in Mewat district is a daunting task in itself while making it a “No-profit, No-loss” basis venture while also giving full fee waiver ship to the 50% students of BPL and EWS families would be just like embracing three challenges in letter and spirit.
We must upkeep adherence in Toto to the philosophy of faith and cultural freedom to the students “While you in Rome as do as Romans do” while implementing agency will be a secular character in the implementation of the project.
The implementing agency will formulate and institutionalize a “Child Protection Policy of Jeevanlok NGO” keeping the safety, security and of all that enshrined entitlements in the Juvenile Justice Act, applicable from time to time.
Through setting up of the school in the project location, our mission is the complete social transformation of the inward/ intake students, transformation of human liability into human asset; and also reaching the unreached.
The following are the further steps to the implementation for the smooth functioning of the project and making the project financially viable and socially liable.

    Purchase of Office Furniture & Fixture
    Appointment of Project Coordinator & Fundraising Executive
Increment of Fundraising Executives on the completion of 06 months.
    Admission Announcement & Prospectus for Self-Finance category
    Admission Announcement & Prospectus for BPL & EWS Category
    Appointment of Academic & Non- Academic Staff
    Construction of Classroom
    Purchase of Four Wheeler & Other Items
    To do the needful as decided in the Monthly Staff Meeting from time to time.
    The school would be a residual character just like Doon School.
    Initially we will start the school as a residential coaching academy for the aspirants of Jawahar Navodaya Vidalaya and will only admit the students of IV & V std students of privately managed and around 350 Govt. primary Schools of Mewat district.
    Center for Coaching and Career Planning is to be operational from December to march every year by the faculties of the project and the Center will hire experts for coaching and career planning and making the placement of pass out students in reputed higher educational institutions of the national and international repute.
    As we are enlisting the strategies for the project which has its location in the predominantly Minority area, henceforth, we have to have conformity towards code of conduct and keeping in mind the teachings, recommendations and instructions as enshrined  defined by “United Nations” Declarations for the Minorities from time to time.
    Grooming & Nurturing:
The project aspires to offer an inspiring and stimulating learning environment. Through classroom training combined with exposure to the urban schooling environment, the fully residential academy makes it possible for students to imbibe leadership qualities, resulting in holistic personality development
    21st Century Learning:
Right from the time they begin their journey at Mewat University School project, students receive training in the following areas:
Following are the highlights of MUSP’s search for talent:
Social Responsibility
English proficiency by the eights grade with intensive remedial inputs to shift from Hindi to English based curriculum in the initial years
Social and communication skills
Leadership skills
Proficiency in computers
Excellence in diverse areas including sports
Competitive public examination preparedness
Urban exposure through inter-school tours and competitions
    Residential Care:
Being a residential campus, MUSP undertakes numerous steps to ensure that every child receives home-like care and nurturing. It is ensured that every student receives timely nutritious and their personal hygiene, health and growth are regularly monitored .Through weekly discussion on topics like personal hygiene, separation anxiety from parents, adolescent behaviour and personal organization it is ensured that the students are prepared to maintain their academic and social life balance.
Some of the key aspects of their residential life include:
Special movie screenings
Night preparation (academic and personal guidance by a dedicated teacher)
Group discussions of particular TV programs or relevant news or magazine
Indoor games
    Infrastructural Development:
MUSP promises to offer the very best infrastructure and facilities to students and faculty members.
MUSP is equipped with
A language lab
A math lab
Library
Ampitheatres
Athletic track
Football field
Indoor sports

5.    Expected impact on target group.
Social transformation and exemplary socialization of the target group. The inspiration for the project i.e. Mewat University School Project stems from the belief that high-quality education will have a positive impact on the academic and socio-economic structure of the society to a point where it can truly uplift and transform lives.
The project aims to provide the opportunities of a world class leadership academy to the economically backward students of rural India and transform their lives using high quality school education.
The project brings students from rural India, who are potential high achievers, at par with their urban counterparts.
Mewat University School Project is a highly ambitious innovative, self-sustainable entrepreneurship based project is focused on developing future leaders who can act as catalysts of change for their communities, villages and the nation at large. While this project is unique in its approach, it can be scaled up and replicated in any rural districts of India, especially in 90 Minority Concentrated Districts of India as declared by Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India.
A residential school, Mewat University School project aims to drive transformation in the country by investing in the youth and adult and catalyzing them into future leaders.
It will comb all the communities’ students residing in Mewat district- the No.01 rank holder districts amongst Aspirational Districts of India by NITI in 2017- in particular to identify meritorious, rural students from economically underprivileged backgrounds. Once selected the students, who would have already completed their half- primary schooling i.e. passing out of Standard 3rd are inducted to Mewat University School Project in Class IV/V. The students spend nine/eight years- from class IV/V to class XII- at the residential campus.
The young scholars of Mewat University School Project will follow a carefully crafted leadership program/curriculum that allows them to explore their full potential.
Transformation of human liability into human assets through ensuring 100% admission in higher educational institutions of national and international repute.
Our graduating student would be a 21st  century skilled young champ who are fully determined, prepared and competent to compete in educational and employment opportunities and of strong character.
A complete, competent, efficient army of torchbearers to the forthcoming new generation for their neighborhood /locality are students after the completion of the school and securing admission in reputed higher educational institutions in the country.
Nurturing the project beneficiaries i.e. students to become entrepreneurs and the role models for the new coming generations and their counterpart generation and they are highest paid professionals, scientists and empowered themselves socially , educationally and economically.
6.    Indicators for measuring impact
     (Write four to five main measurable indicators).
For a developing country like India, its population is its biggest strength and challenge. India’s population grows younger as the rest of the world deals with the problem of workforce shortage due to ageing population. This demographic dividend of India can only be leveraged through skilling and education of its youth. While change for betterment is inevitable, Mewat University School project is being established to challenge the undersupply of leadership from rural India and nurture the restless youth who want to accelerate the pace of that change and fast forward our journey towards the future.
Working towards addressing the resulting lacunae of rural leadership, Mewat University School Project is being established as India’s first rural leadership academy for meritorious and under privileged students from the rural India, specifically from the district of Mewat of Haryana.
MUSP is focused on developing future leaders who can act as catalysts of change for their communities, villages and the nation at large. While the MUSP model is unique in its approach, it can be scaled up and replicated any district of India, especially in similar Aspirational Districts.
Creating Spirals of Inspiration: MUSP believes that leadership can be inspired or inculcated. Not only are the MUSP scholars regularly given avenues to interact with local, national and international leaders and thinkers but they in turn become the ambassadors of that message of change. They will carry this inspiration back to their villages and work to understand and address the root cause of the country’s largest problems-illiteracy, poverty, skill gap, environment, gender gap etc.
Raising Aspirations: To catalyze growth and development in the country, it is essential that the aspirations of our youth are honed in a way that allows and encourages them to dream big. Initially students will aspire to get a Government job or become teachers or work for the local authorities. One day after few years, the aspirations of the students will vary and they will aspire to make a difference in the world by choosing to study at the best universities of the world, will leave their mark on international platforms and will inspire others to think out of the box.
Forefront Achievers: The passing out students of MUSP will be at the forefront of the changing rural mindset that’ll want to join the club of high achievers without the thought of failure.
Grooming & Nurturing: The project aspires to offer an inspiring and stimulating learning environment. Through classroom training combined with exposure to the urban schooling environment, the fully residential academy makes it possible for students to imbibe leadership qualities, resulting in holistic personality development.
21st Century Learning: Right from the time they begin their journey at Mewat University School project, students receive training in the following areas:
Following are the highlights of MUSP’s search for talent:
Social Responsibility
English proficiency by the eights grade with intensive remedial inputs to shift from Hindi to English based curriculum in the initial years
Social and communication skills
Leadership skills
Proficiency in computers
Excellence in diverse areas including sports
Competitive public examination preparedness
Urban exposure through inter-school tours and competitions
Residential Care: Being a residential campus, MUSP undertakes numerous steps to ensure that every child receives home-like care and nurturing but not pampering. It is ensured that every student receives timely nutritious and their personal hygiene, health and growth are regularly monitored .Through weekly discussion on topics like personal hygiene, separation anxiety from parents, adolescent behavior and personal organization , it is ensured that the students are prepared to maintain their academic and social life balance.
# Some of the key aspects of their residential life include:
Special movie screenings
Night preparation (academic and personal guidance by a dedicated teacher)
Group discussions of particular TV programs or relevant news or magazine
Indoor games
We will write a saga of achievements accomplishments, successful case studies and will definitely transform the juvenile delinquents into role model competent students after the completion of schooling education in our proposed academia.
(The  Main Measurable Indicators).
SN    Name / Item of Indicator    Criterion of level of Indicator
1    Academic Excellence
(For this we may compile our data year-wise, Quarterly Home Exam Results,)    Board Exam Results of Our Students
2         Specific Coaching Results
3         Placement of Graduating Students
4         Performance in Block/Dist/ State level Competitions
5    Health Status    Monthly Health Check-up Report
6    Infrastructural Development    Construction of 25 Classrooms
 after 3 Months period 01 Classroom constructions with size: up to 800 sq ft
7    Project Team In-House Training    Capacity Building of Academic and Administrative Staff
8         Competition of Academic staff with other Progressive Schools
9    Purchase of Land in Acres    There would be requirement of 15 acre of land.
Presently 2850 yards land is available and 10 rooms of standards classrooms are built there upon.
10    Recognition Certificate of the Project by the Government of Haryana, Directorate of Education    Upto middle level by 2020
Upto High School level by 2021
Upto  Senior secondary level by 2022
11    Affiliation Certificate of the Project by the Government of Haryana, Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani    Upto middle level by 2020
Upto High School level by 2021
Upto  Senior secondary level by 2022
12    A Futuristic Overview of the Project Towards Measuring impact    This profile envisages the establishment of a Residential School with an initial enrolment of 600 students situated in 15 acres Campus in Nagina Block of Mewat district of Haryana. The total build up area shall be 1,20,000 square feet and the academic block shall consist of about 32,000 square feet.
The project proposes to offer the HBSE (Haryana Board of Secondary Education).
13    Land Required in Acres:      The envisaged project will require a total land area of 15 acres
Campus with a total built up area 1,20,000 square feet and the academic block shall consist of about 32,000 square feet. At present, the applicant NGO has a complete primary school building complex, situated at VPO Bhadas, Block Nagina, Dist. Mewat, Haryana, Pin-122108




Understanding of Innovation/Scaling Up/Prototypes (technical knowhow, if any).

Innovation:    The project is highly innovative, scalable and unique.
The inspiration for this project stems from the belief that high-quality education will have a positive impact on the academic and socio-economic structure of the society to a point where it can truly uplift and transform lives.
The project aims to provide the opportunities of a world-class leadership academy to the economically backward students of rural India and transform their lives using high quality school education.
The project aims to bring students from rural India, who are potential high achievers, at par with their urban counterparts.

Scaling up:    The Project is focused on developing future leaders who can act as catalysts of change for their communities, villages and the nation at large. While the Mewat University School Project model is unique in its approach, it can be scaled up and replicated anywhere in the rural districts of India, especially in similar districts such as Mewat

Prototypes:    For a developing country like India, its population is its biggest strength and challenge. India’s populations grow younger as the rest of the world deals with the problem of workforce shortage due to ageing population. This demographic dividend of India can only be leveraged through skilling and education of its youth. While change for betterment is inevitable, Mewat University School project is being established to challenge the undersupply of leadership from rural India and nurture the restless youth who want to accelerate the pace of that change and fast forward our journey towards the future.



9.    Expected Budget (Disaggregated by Management Cost and Project Cost)
1.    Management Cost: 11,94,000.00 (Eleven Lakhs Ninety Four Thousand Only)
2.    Project Cost: 27,66,000.00 (Twenty Seven Lakhs Sixty Six Thousand Only)
3.    Grant Total: 39,60,000.00 (Thirty Nine Lakhs Sixty Thousand Only)

SN    PROJECT COST PLAN    Unit
Head    No. of units (a)    Unit cost                    (b)    REMARKS    
1.    Investments                   Budget line reserved for purchases for project administration, construction, investments, materials and infrastructural development.    
1.1.    Project Cost Administration         A    B        
1.1.1    Office equipments, furniture     Furniture    1    240,000    Furniture and fixture - Almirah-2, 3 - tables and  chairs, moving chairs, Desktop - 1, Laptop - 2, multifunction laser Printers and peripheral support material, camera etc.    


1.1.2    Purchase of four-wheeler    Vehicle     1


    400,000    Second Hand Four wheeler for effective implementation of project activities. Quotations can be obtained any time.    
1.1.3.    Construction of Classroom & Washroom    Building
Construction    2

    900000
    Construction of Classroom, Washroom, at the rate of 4.5lacs per in per classroom with the size of “19x25” with Verandah.    


1.1.4    Pledge Money for Staff Salary & Project Development Fund    Pledge
Money    16




    744000    03 months salary 16 staff members reserved as Pledge Money against staff salary/ Project Development Fund. The detail of each staff    
Sub Total Investments          


    2284000        
2    Running cost    


              Budget line reserved for running costs for project administration and ongoing activities.    
2.1.    Project Administration                        
2.1.1    Office Rent    Rent    12    7,000
x12=84000    Rent of the office at project location and part of administrative office at Jamia Nagar, New Delhi    
2.1.2    Office Administration: Phone, Postage, Printing, stationery     month     12    6,500
x12=78000    Office supplies like stationery material, postage,  xerox, phone, internet etc.    
2.1.3    Vehicle Costs: Fuel, Repair and Maintenance     month     12    12,500
x12=150000    This includes fuel and maintenance cost of the four wheeler. (This is on standard average for 1 year)    
2.1.4    Water and Electricity charges     month     12    1,60,000    This includes expenses of electricity @1250 per  month and water @800 per tank x 182 days =145000    
2.1.5    Documentation & Monitoring    Documentation & Monitoring    1    10,000    Expenses on hard documentation support to the project team in capturing the special events, hard disk, video recording etc. expenses  on concurrent monitoring of the project will be done by the representatives of the monitoring cell of the organization.    
     SUB:TOTAL: Running cost          
     482000    

3    PERSONNEL COST     The personnel cost is only for 06 months and After 6 months, the project will be in self-sustaining mode, in case of emergencies, the Pledge money is used for the salaries of the staff.    
3.1.    Salaries to the Project staff members                        
3.1.1    Project Director  No.1    Month    06    11,500    11500x06=69000
Part time services to the project    
3.1.2    Project Coordinator
 (No.1)    Month    06    17,500    17500x06=105000
Fulltime services to the project    
3.1.3    Teachers
 (No.10)    Month    06    11000    11000x06= 66000x10=660000
Fulltime services to the project    
3.1.4    Accountant
 (No.1)    Month    06    12,500    12500x06=75000
Fulltime services to the project    
3.1.5    Fundraising Executive
(No.1)    Month    06    30000    30000x06=180000
Fulltime services to the project    
3.1.6    Office Attendant- (No.1)    Month    06    7,000    7000x06=42000
Fulltime services to the project      
3.1.7    Driver (No.1)    Month    06    10,500    10500x06=63000
Fulltime services to the project    
Sub Total: Personnel Cost
    11,94,000    INR Eleven Lacs Ninety Four Thousand  Only    
Grand Total Cost Plan
    3960000     It Says Thirty Nine Lakhs Sixty Thousand Rupees  Only    




10.    Monitoring & Evaluation System Outline.

Project Management:
The project will have a team comprising of a part time director, a full time project officer/School Leader who will be a person having professional qualification as well as some experience in the privately managed schools of Mewat district, 01 Fundraising Executive for resource mobilsation,10 Teachers who have 03 years experience in Mewat region particularly in a Privately managed School, Accountant, Office Attendant, Driver. The appointment of cook will not done from the budget of the finance. It is to be appointed through Resident Welfare Association with the respective Halls of Residence at Mewat University School project. There is a clear cut defined job with job description for each and every position in the organisation. The Project Officer will be the overall responsible person for the execution of the project and its activities in the field. There will be a detailed annual action plan of the project which will be developed jointly with the team. The annual action plan will be divided into quarterly action plans and monthly action plans. All the team members will have separate monthly plan of action as per the project plan. The one time activities will have task plan for each activity prior to execution and the regular activities like student community group formation and strengthening will have a stakeholder wise plan of action and milestones developed which would be measured time to time. The project officer will have planned monitoring visits to ensure the quality implementation of project activities. In order to have a clear understanding on the various aspects of the project components we would develop concept notes for all the regular and one time activities with a clear narration of objective, contribution to the larger project objective, process of organising, inputs, outputs, output indicators, outcome and outcome indicators.  

Documentation:
The team will have documentation at two levels:
At class level there will be Class meeting registers of the each class committees/ sub-committees and the copy of the plans developed during the process like Class/ Group Development Plan, School Development Plan etc. Apart from this there will be one file to keep the applications and proposals submitted by the Class/Group/ stakeholders to various departments.
At project level there will be plan document from yearly to monthly, stakeholder wise development plan to guide the teachers/ student community mobilizers for their each visit/activity to the student community, milestone document to help the team to review the progress of the project. There will be monthly, quarterly, half yearly and annual progress report of the project, case studies and best practices would be documented from the field, profile of every class/group and baseline document of all the group/class . There will be event and training reports and photographs in soft copies for various programmes and interventions.  
Finance and administration:
The project will be implemented in Mewat district in Haryana, where the organisation is developing a small campus with basic minimum facilities like boarding and lodging facilities, audio-visual aids, venue support during the training programmes. The project office will be in the same premises. The accounting system of the organisation is centrally managed with an impressed to the branch offices/ project offices. Same mode of operation would be followed for the project also. All the bills and vouchers are kept in administrative office. The organisation has purchase committees at field office level as well as Administrative level which are functional as per their locations and do the purchase following the purchase procedures of the organisation and any projects. As a policy of the organisation all the two wheelers are privately used by the team members and the organisation reimburse the cost of the travel at the time admission campaign only. The use of four wheelers are planned in the beginning of the month and submitted to the administrator. Each field office is guided by an office in-charge based on the field office site.
Project Monitoring:
Monitoring is an important tool to capture the progress of the programme, identify gaps and areas for improvement in the process of implementation. It helps in timely achievement of project objectives maintaining the quality of the programme implementation. Monitoring serves as a reference point for further project planning and implementation.
a.    Monitoring Components:
The process of monitoring will mainly cover the following dimensions:
Programme Monitoring: It will cover the aspects like timely achievement of targets, process adopted in achieving target and fulfilment of project objectives.
Financial Monitoring: It will cover the aspects like proposed budget, expenditure details and cost effectiveness under different project activities.
Impact Monitoring: The most important component of monitoring is impact monitoring. It will have the major thrust on short-term and long-term impact of different activities.      
b.    Monitoring at various levels:
At Student Community, RWA level:
Keeping in view the aims and objectives of the project, the project team would develop indicators for programme monitoring, activity indicators and various means of monitoring and analysing results. The teachers / students community organizer will prepare extensive case studies to support the outcome of their monitoring. This would serve as an important document for the organization to identify the course of various activities. Such data would form an essential part of the quarterly reports of the community organizer. This role would be taken over by the cadre members in the second phase of the project implementation.                      
At Project Level:
The project management team members have a very important role in the monitoring of the project progress. In order to understand the quality of work and to decide the direction of the project growth the project management team would regularly visit the field to support the field implementation of the ideas and activities. Apart from the field based monitoring there will be a monthly meeting of all the project team members to review the progress in the last one month and plan the project related activities for next month. In this meeting only the issues and concerns of the team members would be addressed to streamline the working process.
At Organizational Level:
The monitoring at the organizational level would be done on a regular (at least once in two months) basis by the monitoring cell of the organisation. The members of this cell will not only develop monitoring indicators, format to understand the field situation and growth of the project but also generate report of the same process which would be further share with the team in the monthly meeting to convey the status of the project. The cell members will also review the implementation of the suggestions and recommendations given to the project team.



11.    ROI/Unit Cost Investment: 39,60,000.00 (It Says Thirty Nine Lakhs Sixty Thousand Rupees Only)
Return on Investment: 19% Annual return which will meet the expenses of Staff Salary & Project Expansion, Purchase of Land and Infrastructural Development for the life-time.
A LOWEST COST INVESTMENT & ONLY ONE TIME INVESTMENT MODEL PROJECT:
We can’t buy a 52 seats school bus in 40 lacs, whereas in onetime investment of 39.6 Lacs with Jeevanlok (NGO)- the implementing agency- on the availablity of wholesome grant as mentioned in the budgetline to   the funding agency like yours, to set- up the school from a Primary school to a Full-fledged university, especially in a district where prominent educational organizations of India i.e. Delhi public School Society and Educomp Solutions Limited’s Universal Academies in 5 blocks-F.P. Jhirka, Nuh, Nagina, Tauru and Hathin- of Mewat & Palwal districts have been shut down.
Presently since its inception, the school set up by the Project Holder is amongst the most sought after school for admissions in Nagina Block of Mewat and infrastructural development.
Around 250 crore has been utilized/wasted  by the prominent educational organizations of India i.e. Delhi Public School Society and Educomp Solutions Limited’s Universal Academies in 5 blocks-F.P. Jhirka, Nuh, Nagina, Tauru and Hathin- of Mewat & Palwal districts but still they are the best in the field of education in India, but they failed in Mewat.
 For heaven’s sake, let us- the implementing agency and the donor agency should give an an opportunity for the implementation for this unique, innovate and impact making project in Mewat. Together we will empower the marginalized in letter and spirit.
Within a short span of time, this project will create a history and touch the milestones. The change makers will come to capture a thriving project picture of being transformed from a school into a University in the days ahead.
Through the implementation of this project, your funding agency will feel pride when we at the implementing agency will receive in the days ahead many Achievements Awards from different organizations of national and international fame. i.e. Padmashri Award  ,World Economic forum, The World Summit on Innovation & Entrepreneurship (WISE), United Nations, Lewis Institute Community Change maker Award by Babson College etc.
REPUTATION OF THE PROJECT HOLDER IN THE LOCALITY:
The Project Holder of the Project is Mr. Ruknuddin Mewati, an alumnus of Asia’s premier School of Social Work, Department of Social Work, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Mr. Ruknuddin Mewati already has co-founded  a Senior secondary School on this model under the umbrella of Global Welfare Foundation (NGO) i.e. Al-Falah Model School in Nuh district, which is nowadays a famous school of Mewat area of Haryana.
The project holder has been a Civil Services Fellow at Zakat Foundation of India in 2009.
The project holder has 15 years experience in social development sector at grassroots level & he chairs the penal of jury who confers the “Mewat Ratna Award”.
The relative of the Project holder belongs to the lineage of Raja Hasan Khan Mewati,who was an ambitious Muslim Rajput ruler of Mewat State. He sacrificed his kingdom and embraced Martyrdom along with 12000 army-men to support the Rana Sanga in the Batlle of Khanwa , near the village Khanwa in Bharatpur between the Muslim Emperor invading forces and the Rajput forces of Mewat. The history of Indian national integration and the patriotism against even the Muslim invaders starts from Raja Hasan Khan Mewati, the lineage of the project holder of the project.
What else certificate from any individual/institution is to be produced to prove our credentials through this project we will promote patriotism, communal harmony, universal brotherhood, tolerance and peace.

FINANCIAL VIABILITY AGAINST RETURN ON INVESTMENT:
The project is financially viable and being conceptualized to get 19% Annual Return on Investment by Mr. Ruknuddin Mewati, an alumnus of Asia’s premier School of Social Work, Department of Social Work, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Mr. Ruknuddin Mewati already has co-founded  a Senior Secondary School on this model under the dynamic leadership and visionary leadership of Mr. Ruknuddin Mewati with Global Welfare Foundation (NGO) i.e. Al-Falah Model School in Nuh district, which is nowadays a famous and amongst most reputed schools of Nagina Block,Tehsil F.P.Jhirka, in the district of Mewat of Haryana State.
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