ACI’s “Jagjivan” Sports Academy, Mao, Manipur
Supported by :
- Shree Krishna Foundation
- Radiant (International) Pvt. Ltd.
- Heligo Charters Pvt. Ltd.
- Yatish Trading Co. & Pvt. Ltd.
There is an enormous sports talent in the North-Eastern Region, which needs to be nurtured. North-Eastern states have produced many sports icons. To nurture the sports talents of youth of Manipur and Nagaland, JVGCT in association with Asufu Christian Institute (ACI) has started "Jagjivan Sports Academy" which is located at Mao, District - Senapati.
Smt. M. C. Mary Kom, renowned Olympic Boxing Champion has inaugurated Jagjivan Sports Academy on 28th April 2015. Youths & students have been using this facility and many more have evinced their interest in using this academy for making career in sports and also keeping oneself physically fit. 45 to 50 Students/Youths from surrounding villages are being trained in this academy.
Nilam Arun Gokal Academic Library, Punanamei, (Mao) Manipur
As a part of educational development projects JVGCT has up-graded library at ACI College of Arts and Science. This library has more than 500 texts and reference books are available in this library and are used by 350 students of ACI regularly. As per guidelines of Manipur University, we keep updating relevant books.
Nilam Arun Gokal Digital Academic Library, Kariyapatti, Tamil Nadu
The digital library cum smart class room initiative undertaken by J. V. Gokal Charity Trust in association with St. Mary's English Medium School, which is located in the rural area of Kariapatti, Tamil Nadu. Being the only English medium school in and around this vicinity, this digital library is one of its kind. The smart class is equipped with the latest hi-tech digital board which helps the children to view the 3D images and learn from more realistic visuals and diagrams.
Every year more than 800 students get the benefit of this project.
"Skill Development Centre" at Punanamei Village (Mao), Manipur
CSR initiative by "Radiant (International) Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai.
"Skill Development Centre" was launched on 2nd December 2016 at the hands of Mrs. Chandra Iyengar (Retd. IAS & Former Additional Chief Secretary – Home Dept., Government of Maharashtra) and in the august presence of Prof. Suresh Mariaselvam and Mr. John Sundar, Honorary Advisors to JVGCT. Through this centre J. V. Gokal Charity Trust (JVGCT) has set up "Computer Training Lab" for the benefit of the students and women residing in the vicinity of Mao, Manipur. This computer lab is installed within the premises of ACI' College of Arts and Science in Punanamei Village of Mao area.
Support to “Asufu Christian Institute's (ACI) College of Arts & College of Science”, Mao, Manipur
ACI was established in 2010 to impart quality education to the tribal youth of Manipur who has been lagging behind, academically. ACI college has been one of the collaborating institute for educational development at Punanamei (Mao), Manipur. For pursuing further education, students from Mao need to travel far off to Imphal or Kohima which was logistically and economically difficult.
Local community has been witnessing the differences brought by this institute in the lives of tribal students. Many students from this institute are securing excellent academic records.
ACI currently runs HSC (10+2, Science & Arts), B.Sc. and B.A. courses at existing inadequate infrastructure. College does not collect enough money through fees to meet their expenses. JVGCT therefore supports ACI for ensuring quality education to more than 350 students at this institute.
Ophthalmic Clinical Assistant Training , Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
J. V. Gokal Charity Trust has started two year duration Training Course for Clinical Assistant in Community Ophthalmology since last three year at Arun Jagjivan Gokal Institute of Community Ophthalmology, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha. This is aimed towards creating skilled clinical personnel for our Eye Health Facilities, as well as other Health Care Institute.
In the last batch 10 students were trained for two years. They were imparted with solid theoretically, practically and hands on knowledge and expertise. Out of these ten students trained, five are been retrained in our Hospital as permanent staff.
Medical Attendant Certificate Course, Kohima, Nagaland
Professionally skilled personals are the necessity for quality services and lack of them in health care system is today’s major concern worldwide. To reduce this gap, Oking Hospital has started “Medical Attendant Certificate Course” of two years duration. These courses enable students in attaining knowledge of primary health care and first aid. About twenty girls from remote areas of Nagaland are trained annually. After completion of this course, they get employment in government healthcare system as village health nurse, private hospitals and other healthcare facilities. We also encourage these girls to go back to their respective villages and help community by providing primary healthcare.