Child Education Programmes

Based on the non-negotiable principle that ‘no child works and every child attend full time formal school as a matter of right’, DEET has been working towards abolition of child labour in all its forms and mainstreaming them into formal schools. Child education programme focuses mainly on education of the rural poor children in the age group of 6 to 14 years of age through evening tuition centre programme. The organization strongly recommends establishing the survival, development, participation and protection of rights of the children.

  • Children under 14 years of age are studying in the evening tuition centres.
  • Children are supported with their school needs.
  • School dropouts children are send to school again and guaranteed good education.
  • Children improve their standards of education and pursue higher studies.
The advantages of education and its new role as a potent alternative for work has opened the gates of optimism and given a certain amount of good moral behaviors. Now people who used to send their children willingly to work in disease prone atmosphere of factories or under exploitative machinery of agrarian set up have realized the importance to imparting intellectual strength and self-consciousness to their children.