We follow a value-based education pedagogy across our 97 Chatralayams in 16 states. That is not achieved through moral lesson plans. Rather, the values get imbibed and internalised in various mediums like yoga, classical music training and even Oduvaram recitation which is a dying art tradition.
As the world gets visual around us with photos and videos being the preferred mode of communication, at AIM for Seva we are trying our best to retain reading habits in our children. To this end, a library room measuring 540 square feet was recently inaugurated at the AIM for Seva Chatralayam for Boys, Yadavaram, Telangana. The Yadavaram hostel is currently home to 50 boys.
The Swami Dayananda library building donors were family members of Smt. and Sri. Gannnamaneni Anantha Laxmi Rao and Venkata Rama Rao. The books donors are Smt. Soujanya and Sri. C Laxman Rao while the library furniture was provided by Boston (USA) Ganesha Seva Committee.
AIM for Seva has embarked on various initiatives to encourage students to fall in love with reading. It partnered with Pratham Books for their annual ‘One Day, One Story’ event on September 8th 2018 on the occasion of World Literacy Day.
A year back on the same day, AIM for Seva registered with Pratham Books for the ‘One Day, One Story’ event and story telling sessions were conducted across 23 Chatralayams in Tamil Nadu.