Jajpur ,24/3/2023 (Odisha Samachar /Suresh Kar): Navi Mumbai-based Water Hero of Ministry of Jal Shakti, Government of India, Dharmendra Kar, has developed a new sustainability way of living curriculum that will be implemented in Mumbai night schools run by Masoom and Educo in India. The curriculum is designed to educate students on sustainable living practices and their impact on the environment.
The sustainability way of living curriculum includes topics such as waste management, water conservation, renewable energy, and eco-friendly lifestyles with daily and weekly action plans to be an Eco Hero. It is a comprehensive program that aims to teach students the importance of reducing their carbon footprint and making sustainable choices in their daily lives.
Dharmendra Kar is a renowned environmentalist who has been working towards sustainable living practices for over last two decades. He believes that education plays a crucial role in creating a sustainable future and hopes that the implementation of this curriculum in Mumbai night schools will create a positive impact on the environment.
Masoom and Educo in India are leading education NGOs in Mumbai that are committed to providing quality education to underprivileged children. The implementation of this curriculum in their night schools will help these students become more aware of environmental issues and encourage them to take action towards a sustainable future.
Speaking on the curriculum, Mrs Nikita Ketkar, Founder and CEO of Masoom Said, “We are thrilled to be partnering with Dharmendra Kar and Educo in India to implement the sustainability way of living curriculum in our night schools. At Masoom, we believe that education is the key to creating a sustainable future, and this curriculum will help our students become more aware of the impact of their actions on the environment. We hope that this initiative will inspire our students to take action towards a sustainable future and make a positive difference in their communities.”
Mr Guru Prasad, Country Director, Educo in India conveyed, “At Educo, we believe that every child has the right to a quality education that equips them with the knowledge and skills needed to create a sustainable future. This curriculum is an excellent example of how education can be used to promote sustainability and environmental awareness.
While reviewing the document Mr Sukanta Chandra Behera, Child Protection Specialist, Educo in India said this initiative is a step towards creating a more sustainable future for Mumbai and the planet. It is a commendable effort by Dharmendra Kar, Masoom, and Educo India, and we hope that it inspires more individuals and organizations to take similar steps towards sustainability.
Mr. Dharmendra Kar, the founder of Way2 ISR Foundation, is grateful to Masoom and Educo India for entrusting him with the task of developing the sustainability way of living curriculum for Mumbai night schools. Mr. Kar has been working tirelessly towards mitigating climate change and promoting sustainability through his foundation. His unique approach of dedicating 20% of his salaried income and 20% of his time daily towards individual social responsibility has connected over a lakh citizen across the planet to the cause of sustainability and path to ISR.
Mr. Kar believes that education is the key to creating a sustainable future, and he hopes that the implementation of this curriculum in Mumbai night schools will make a positive impact on the environment. He is grateful to Masoom and Educo India for their commitment to providing quality education to underprivileged children and their dedication towards creating a more sustainable world.
This curriculum will be first implemented on a pilot basis across 5 Night Schools and 2 evening learning centres across Mumbai and later shall be replicated across 95 Night Schools managed and run by Masoom, all across Maharashtra, Mrs Nikita Ketkar, CEO of Masoom conveyed.