English Speaking Classes For Marginalized Children (Non Formal)

When children first came to attend computer classes, it was found that their level of English was inadequate to cope with formal teaching. Hence English classes were introduced. Since a number of children were keen to learn English. TLIT increased English classes from one to two batches.

Recreation, Dance and Theatre

Dance and Thetre classes are held once a week. These are not only very popular with the H.I children but are therapeutic in intent. Our volunteers include Mrs Kavita Seth who generously gives of her time. Dance and Theatre classes have also dramatically helped our students improve their English and given them the confidence to interact with the outside world. Mrs Anjum Latif conducts craft classes daily which are equally looked forward to and have helped almost every child to develop soft skills.

Our children performing a dance
Our children performing a dance