Volunteer-Visitor Support Programme

IPER tries to promote volunteerism amongst people especially the skilled. It is a fact every member of society need to play their role in developing the society and people around it and contribute in whatever way they can for their development.
To inculcate this spirit many educational institutions has made it mandatory for the students to work in a social field and are given credit for the same.
IPER has a regular flow of volunteers ranging from school students to office goers, from home makers to professional, young people to senior citizens. They come from within the country as well as other countries. They range from national level universities to Corporate Houses and also non-government organisations.
Volunteers
Volunteers are placed with different projects according to their skills and interest. Many participate in teaching school subjects as well as handcrafts. Some also build life-skills in children and promote sense of health and hygiene in them. They visit Community Learning Centres, attend Street Corner Meetings, and Community awareness programmes and so on.
We had volunteers doing such specialised activities as

  • Art Therapy,
  • Counseling,
  • Dance choreography,
  • Music,
  • Computer operations for film editing,
  • Photography as a medium of self expression

IPER also functions as Resource Centre on Education and Social Development
Students from Diaconia University of Applied Sciences, Finland, Indian organizations like Symbiosis International University Pune, Aziz Premji University Bangalore, Deendayal University Gandhinagar, Rajiv Gandhi National Institute for Youth Development, Chennai, Indian Institute of Management Indore and Kolkata, Mizoram University, Aizwal, Indira Gandhi Open University, St. Xavier’s College, a Deemed University, Loreto College, Kolkata had been visiting IPER as interns for completion of their course.
Visitors
We had many esteemed visitors who being interested in the work IPER does, visited to get a first-hand experience. Over the years they came from different institution. To name a few

  • Indian Institute of Management Kolkata
  • IBM UK & Peru
  • British Council, UK
  • Third Sector Scotland
  • CCD Bangladesh
  • National Literacy Unit, London
  • USAID
  • M. Sukuzi Japan
  • Active Communities Network, Ireland
  • State Bank of India

IPER with the support and motivation of a couple from Dundee Scotland Dianne Stout and Brian Stout an annual visitor to the Institute, has undertaken a Project on Soft-skill Training for young girls and boys for making them ready for employment.

 

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