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Introduction of Computer Literacy Program at Shantigachhi High School (H.S.), Gosaba, 24 Parganas (South)
After our First step to the Sunderbans, by introducing our Training Program at Rajat Jubilee High School in the year 2015, we initiated our program to another school located in the remote areas of Sunderbans. The schools hosts a total number of 1200 plus students. The similar technology of N-Computing System has been introduced in this school, wherein 10 numbers of computers could be run by 2 N-computing systems. A well trained and experienced and qualified teacher has been recruited at the school vested with total responsibility of the training program at the school. Students from Classes V to XII has been taken under the program. The Program was inaugurated by our Vice President, Dr. Ashim Kumar Ghosh, and Dr. Sisir Majumder, Secretary lighted the candle to commemorate the start of the program. Click for Pictures
Introduction of Computer Literacy & Enhancement Program at Rajat Jubilee High School
From February 2015 our program has been introduced at Rajat Jubilee High School in the remote Sunderbans area. The school is situated in Rajat Jubilee village, the doorstep to Sunderbans. A new technology of N-computing has been introduced at this school. 10 numbers of virtual computers and two N-computing system has been installed at the school by Caltron Info Solutions Pvt. Ltd. The machines would be under 3 years free service contract from Caltron Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Insurance has also been provided by Bajaj Allianz GIC Ltd. The school hosts an average number of 1400+ students and has shown great interest. Three teachers have been appointed from the locality. Students of Classes V to IX have been included in the program.

It should be noted that those computers are running on generator power due to absence of electricity, not even solar energy. This school is a challenge for us and success will motivate us to move more interior. Click for Pictures

Ghutiary Sharif B.M. Vidyapith
During Academic Session 2014 we moved into another nearby school in Ghutiary Sharif, Canning area, namely Ghutiary Sharif B.M. Vidyapith hosting a total number of 1493 students from Class V – X.  We installed ten number of Computers & accessories and furniture at the school. The Program was inaugurated by Shri Saibal Lahiri, Vice Chairman – Zilla Parishad, South 24 Parganas. The contract would be for 2 consecutive years. Both the schools at Ghutiary Sharif have shown a positive approach in being associated with us. Click for Pictures
Ghutiary Sharif Balika Vidyalaya
With the introduction of our program at Ghutiary Sharif Balika Vidyalaya in Canning (Sunderban Area) during the academic session 2013, our aim to move interior and reach the suburban schools materialized.    The school hosted a total number of 1233 students from class VI to X. Ten number of Computers & accessories and furniture had been installed at the school and a printer during the second year of contract, i.e., 2014. The Program was inaugurated by Prof. Uma Siddhanta. The contract with the school has on 31st December, 2014 and they have regained the self confidence to run the program on their own. Click for Pictures
Visit of Governing Body members to Kharuigarh High School on 30th January, 2012
Kolkata Sahajpaath donated computers to Kharuigarh High School for computer literacy amongst the poor and rural students. Governing Body members led by Dr. Asim Kumar Ghosh (Vice President) and Dr. Sisir Majumder (Secretary) visited the school on 30th January, 2012 on the occasion of the annual function of the school. Certificates to successful candidates were presented by Dr. Asim Kumar Ghosh and Kumari Kajol Mali, female schedule caste honours graduate and ex-student of the school was given a computer for her self entrepreneurship of teaching computers to the villagers around the school.

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Ratnagar High School
In August 2006 Kolkata Sahajpaath started its journey with a single school at Mall Road in Dumdum named Ratnagar High School. Training was imparted to classes V to VIII to an average number of 240 students throughout our association with them. Initially 5 number of computers and furniture had been installed at this school. Later on 2 more computers and a printer were also installed. A part time teacher was also appointed. The After School Hour Program had been also started simultaneously at this school imparting training to men, women and students of various age groups. Currently we have been successful in making this school self sufficient as they can now run their own training program
independently after being in association with us for 4 years. The After School Hour Program at here is earning them sufficient revenue for meeting the costs of training. A total number of 35 students were enrolled at the time of withdrawing our contract, for various courses in the After School Program . Examinations for school students have been conducted and certificates have been issued to qualified students at the After School Program. The project was inaugurated by Ms. Rekha Goswami, Minister, Self Employment, Govt. of West Bengal.
Rajendra Siksha Sadan Girls' High School
We introduced our program at Rajendra Siksha Sadan Girls’ High School at Rajendra Prasad Colony in Tollygunge in the year 2007. Five number of computers, 1 printer and furniture had been installed here, along with two part time faculties. After 2 successful years we withdrew our support from the school as they were capable of handling the training independently. Although, the Before School Hour Program did not run for more than 6 months in this school, the During School Hour Program was remarkably successful, as it was with our guidance that several numbers of students had appeared with computer subject as optional at the West Bengal Board Examination and had fared well.
The student strength out here was 200 on an average from classes V to IX. The project was inaugurated by Prof. Nandini Mukherjee, Department of Computer Engineering, Jadavpur University.
Speech & Hearing Institute & Research Centre (SHIRC)
Speech & Hearing Institute & Research Centre (SHIRC) at Kankulia Road, an institute for the Hearing Impaired was introduced during the session 2008-09. Kolkata Sahajpaath initially donated 2 number of computers, 1 color printer  and arranged for one part time faculty for imparting training. The centre has been affiliated with us for examination and issuance of certificate. 10 students were issued certificates for clearing the examination taken by us successfully during the academic session 2008-09 and another 25 students from their two centres (Kankulia Road and Mohispota Rural Centre in North 24 Parganas) had appeared for the examination for academic session 2009-10 and had fared well.
Further more, another 2 computers along with a laser printer has also been allotted and installed for this centre at Mohispota.
Entally Academy, Entally Hindu Balika Vidyamandir & Baptist Girls' H.S. School
During the academic session 2009-10 the works of Kolkata Sahajpaath took wings and was highly appreciated and recognized by the I.T. Minister, Government of West Bengal, Prof. Debesh Das, by whose recommendation we introduced another 3 schools at Entally in Central Kolkata namely Entally Academy, Entally Hindu Balika Vidyamandir (H.S.) and Baptist Girls’ H.S. School, housing an average number of 230 students per school. A total number of 12 computers (Baptist–5 computers, Entally Academy–2 computers and Entally Hindu Balika – 5 computers) were allotted as per their requirement.
Training is imparted for classes V–XII at Baptist Girls’ H.S.School and Entally Hindu Balika Vidyamandir and from V–X at Entally Academy and simultaneously After School Program at all the three schools has also been conducted. Furthermore, a Laser Printer and Internet connection has also been installed at the above schools.
Bhutnath Mahamaya Girls High School, Anjuman Islamia Girls' High School, Anjuman Mufidul Islam Girls' High School
With our ideology and appreciation earned and our duty bound service we have achieved our desired goal and are moving forward to grow furthermore. During the Academic Session 2010-11 our Computer Literacy and Enhancement Program has been introduced at 3 schools in Kolkata.  Bhutnath Mahamaya Girls’ High School at Tangra, a socially and economically backward school, with an average student strength of 260 students, and Anjuman Islamia Girls’ High School (HS) and Anjuman Mufidul Islam Girls’ High School (Day & Morning Session respectively), a minority community school, housing
an average number of 1600 students. Prof. Debesh Das, IT Minister, Government of West Bengal, extended his valuable time to inaugurate the programs at both the above schools. A total number of 17 computers and furniture (5 computers at Bhutnath Mahamaya Girls’ High School and 12 computers at Anjuman Islamia Girls’ High School/ Anjuman Mufidul Islam Girls’ High School) have been installed at these new schools. The schools have been also provided with internet connection. The After School Hour Training Program has also been started at Bhutnath Mahamaya Girls’ High School.
As we have now received exemption Under Section 80G(5)(VI) of the I.T. Act 1961, we intend to diversify our activities and explore into new avenues of social work. We intend to build and strengthen the foot hold of a student and deeply work in association with schools for their development in all areas. Further, we are also trying to get the registration/prior permission under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976.
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