Christmas was celebrated at Samagra with great enthusiasm and traditional solemnity.
On this day the annual sports meet was also held. Games like changing the dress
for the boys and doing the makeup for the girls were held. A Quiz competition was
also organized. For the junior students ‘spoon with lime race’ was also held.
The children presented Christmas songs. Prizes were given to the
winning competitors by Shri Suresh Chandra. A cake was cut and toffees and
gifts were distributed among all the participants.
24th December 2015
Dr. Nisha Gera celebrated her son Debashish’s 26thbirthday with Samagra children She came with
her husband Mr. Rajiv Verma and Dr. Neha. The Samagra children played some games with
the visitors and also danced with them the atmosphere was full of fun and
gaiety. The cake was cut by the parents of Debashish in his absence.
The children were offered eatables and gifts.
Samagra children and staff gifted a handmade birthday card and wished a very
happy birthday to Debashish.
McMaster University-Canada joined hands
with KG Medical University (KGMU)
Lucknow to establish. A enter of Excellence
in KGMU campus. Center will introduce
communication and compassion in medicine
to health professional.
Karen, Pradeep Kumar & Dr. Shally Awasthi (KGMU) facilitated a four day workshop
in KGMU, from November 17-20. 45 Faculty members attended the highly success
fur gathering to move towards he above goal.
Samagra is running science tuition classes for the girl
students of class 10th from Bhawani Balika Vidyalaya. They are being
taught by a devoted teacher named Ms. Manju Verma. It is monitorilysupported by an organization called Deserving
Students Support Society (DSSS).
3rd Nov.15 is being celebrated as International Disability Day.
Mrs.Suchitra Agarwal was invited at Cheshire home a centre for handicapped people.She was impressed to see the services being offered to them and touched to see these special children and adults.Few Samagra children accompanied her and enjoyed dances with them.
Cheshire Home is providing care for the people with disabilities
Cheshire Home focuses on different disabilities and provides care and
refuge for disabled persons, the terminally sick, people with cerebral
palsy, elderly men
and women by:
Education and medical care including surgery.
Impart training and opportunities for personal development
Provide activities like Needle work centre, Craft training centre, Computer centre, Workshop, Recreational centres
Day care centres with physiotherapy and other support activities
Inclusive education and professional training to enable the disabled youth to become independent