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Aseema Students

I love to paint. Here there are no restrictions on us. We can paint what we feel like. I have made a scenery of mountains and water which is made with bits of paper. Finally it has come out very well.


Mohan- Std. 7

The day my name was announced for having won the consolation prize at Kalavedh Art Competition held at Sir J. J. School of Arts is still etched in my mind. The topic Climate Change really stirred me. I had used Van Gogh’s starry night technique to depict the climate changes that we see around us. I tried to illustrate the extreme temperatures of hot and cold that we are all experiencing across the world on account of global warming. The consolation prize I received gave me immense pleasure as my artwork was being recognized and appreciated. I would like to thank my dearest art teachers for giving me this opportunity to express my creativity and imagination!


Shraddha Singh- Student of Pali Chimbai Municipal School

Women of Rural Maharastra

Manjula walks a distance of an hour to reach New Work Centre and is one of the very first women to join the team. Her husband is mostly bedridden and the responsibility of nurturing four of her own children and additionally seven of her sister-in-law’s children falls on her shoulders. Despite the hardships, she always has a cheerful and charming smile. She aspires to create a strong identity for herself.

The youngest among siblings, Savita is a quiet girl. With a creative bent of mind, she quickly grasps things. After her 10th class, she learnt tailoring for 3 months during the pandemic. She owns a sewing machine which helps her to contribute a small income by stitching blouses. Her elder brothers and father work as helpers at the Vipassana centre close to their house.

22-year-old Madhuri had a failed marriage at a very young age. Despite all odds, she has a strong and confident personality. Her brothers and father work as labourers. During Covid, she grabbed the opportunity and skilled herself in tailoring. She has been a part of New Work Centre since November 2022.

Shraddha, 36 years old, is a star of the New Work Centre team with a wide range of abilities. She has worked as a pre-primary teacher in Awalkhed and as an in-charge of a 16 women unit at an info centre. She is also skilled in computer knowledge of DTP, MCIT, DOW, and she has been a coach in a computer centre. Multifaceted Shradhha is a mother of a chirpy young daughter Gauri. She is skilled in embroidery,  tailoring and has a keen interest in home decoration items. She is an asset to her colleagues and the New Work Centre. She dreams of studying social science and pursuing a degree in Geography. We hope to see her dream come true.

Partner Schools

With a prime objective to cater the pressing need of making online lessons comprehensive as well as stimulating besides enriching professional expertise, Unity College arranged IT Training for its teaching staff along with that of Unity College II Shift scheduled in November and December, 2020. The all-inclusive IT training was conducted by experts Ms. Gargi and team from ASEEMA, Mumbai. The seven online modules encompassed video downloading, editing, making PPTs and converting into a video, and creating Excel files and Google forms in the Drive which kept the teachers enthusiastically engrossed in meeting respective tasks on time. The unique and most admired feature of the training was that the teachers were taught to use mobile phones for all the processing, editing, and creating. Thus, the training turned out to be a practical and useful way to turn formal lessons into quality learning and treats for students.


Management, Unity College Lucknow

We are extremely grateful to Ms Dilbur Parakh, Head Aseema for her continuous and dedicated support. Aseema (aseema.org) has been training our NREP and AGIC teachers since the last 6 years. And this is one of the primary reasons for our progress in the facilitation of education in the right direction. The trainers visit us every 3 months and review our work as well as take us further with training sessions and observations. They help us with every little detail that is important for progressive education. Words are not sufficient to express our gratitude to them especially Ms. Geeta Subedar who has been diligently training our teachers for all these years.


Management, Amin Welfare Trust

The sessions were lively and interesting and gave us opportunities to explore different subjects through activities. The teacher was very cooperative and gave her best to make us understand the concept of Activity Based Learning.


Teacher, Khoja Girls Orphanage