Well-structured LT classes of today, dates its foundation 4 years back. Some enthusiastic students of college, when felt plight of little souls residing in slums and begging on roads, led foundation of the club in 2015. In the initiation phase they use to visit the slum and teach kid there on the ground. Struggle was real in making slum dwellers feel the importance of education. But they succeeded through their tireless efforts of changing the scenario. More parents started sending their kids to us for basic learning. Later on, resected Director of Institute provided us the permission of Lecture Theatres (LTs). Journey rolled on and today more than 150 slum kids visit us daily in the evening in the college LTs. Volunteers of the club are college students in the morning and are teacher of those students in evening in the same lecture theatres.

Modus Operandi

Now LT classes are well structured and well-organized classes. More than 150 students visit us on a daily basis for their free education. College students are their teachers and caretakers in the college campus. Nearly 200 volunteers are associated with LT functioning every academic year. Every small thing is scheduled to minimize chaos and maximize output with efforts that they can put along with their studies. Volunteers are from different streams of B.tech, MBA and MCA. Turn of each stream is scheduled only a day per week. Everyday nearly 25 volunteers visit for LT teachings. Their next turn will be scheduled on next week, each turn is of 2 to 3 hours, so, Parmarth demand only 2 to 3 hours of a volunteer per week, thus not putting any academic burden. Children are divided in 5 groups as per their mental level and a different LT is assigned for each group. Books are designed especially for each group considering the mental level of students. Beside this, a separate group is also formed, named Group JNV, to help slum students in preparation of JNV entrance test. Competitive books are provided to student of this group. Each group has a group in-charge who monitor all functioning of their respective groups.

Tools used in LT teaching


Separate books are designed for each group and each subject. Books assist volunteers and also maintain concurrency of topic as turn of each volunteer is scheduled only once a week.


Stationaries are provided to them from the club fund to assist their studies. Slate and sketches are provided to youngest kids while pencils and copies are provided to higher groups.


Homework is given to them on a daily basis and is checked the next following day.

Projectors and Speakers

Nothing beat visual presentation of topics. While we play stories and poems on projector in lower groups, we use it for visualizing science and other topics in the higher groups.

Learn with fun

Certain fun activities are also organized for them so that they can learn lot from it more creatively. A special slot of Sunday is reserved for such activities.

Special sessions

Sessions are organized on certain important topics such as cleanliness, career opportunities for them and a lot other to broaden their minds.


Regular tests are conducted at finite intervals so as to measure our progress and to make our teaching techniques more effective. Prizes are also distributed to motivate them toward studies.

A day in LT

Every day in LT teaching starts from 4 pm in evening. Volunteers go to slums and bring the students in the college campus. Once we have received the students from their shelters, thereafter it’s our responsibility to safely take them with us, teach them, take care of them and safely dropping them back.

Children and volunteers gather around 4:45 pm in the LT complex. LT starts with assembly prayer and National Anthem. Thereafter children and volunteers move to their respective groups. Homework of previous day is checked before any further teaching. Lower groups involve one to one teaching, whereas volunteers teach on blackboards in the higher groups.

Group JNV also involve one to one teaching. Daily attendance of both volunteers and kids are taken. Detail of each day is also updated in Club’s WhatsApp group along with the homework given to each group that day, so that volunteers of next day can tune in. Around 6:30 in evening, volunteers drop back kids to their shelters, and a day of LT teaching has been done.

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