District Child Welfare Council,
District Child Welfare Council, Sirsa is
playing a vital role in allround development and
welfare of Children in District Sirsa. The various
activities being carried out by the council are as follows :
Creche : District
Child Welfare Council is running 64 Creches in the
District. Every Centre has a provision of enrolling 25 Children in the age group
of 0 to 5 years. Every Child is given nourishment rating to Re 1.05 per day.
Each centre has a provision of kid toys, pre-school education and medical health
checkup programme being carried out from time to
Balwaris : The council
is running two Balwaris, having a provision of
enrolling 40 children in the age group of 3 to 6 Years. Each Child is given
nourishment rating to Re 1.05. These centres are
running at Khairpur and J.J. Colony,
Household/Hobby Classes :
Seven such classes are running at various villages like
Bhurtwala, Bhangu, Neza
HandiKhera and Kalanwali.
Various items required are supplied free. The libraries are also established in
The District HQ of the Council is situated at Barnala Road,
It offers a variety of activities like Dance Classes, Photography, Painting,
Radio/TV Repairing, Yoga for overall development of the children. Some other
activities of Bal Bhawan are described below :
Creche : Two Creches
are running in the premises of Bal Bhawan
Sirsa. The Children in the age group 0 to 5 Years of
working Women are enrolled in these Creches, ,each having a provision of enrolling 25 Children. A
lot of Credles are there for recreation of the
BRUCO Baby Train : For
recreation of Children, a facility of Baby Train is provided in the premises of
Bal Bhawan Sirsa, which
is also an income generating means for Bal Bhawan
Aeroplane : An Aeroplane
has been exhibited by Govt. Of India,
Deptt. Of Defence, which
is a source of attraction for general public as well as kids.
Museum at First Floor of Bal Bhawan
Sirsa was inaugurated on 26.04.2001 by
Nanda, IAS, Commissioner, Hisar
Division, Hisar. It aims at
alround development of the Children and boost
their historic knowledge. Till date, 2504 Visitors have visited this museum.
Computer Training Centre :
Computer Training Centres are running at Bal
Bhawan Sirsa and
Dabwali. 107 Students at Bal
Bhawan Computer Centre Sirsa and 33 Students
at Dabwali were enrolled in the year 2001-2002 and
were issued certificates. Computer Centre each at Rania
and Ellenabad were also established by the Council
Hobby Class : Various Hobby
Classes like Dance, Painting, Mehandi etc are
running in Bal Bhawan premises.
Mini Bal Bhawan, Mandi
Dabwali : The Council has established a
Mini Bal Bhawan in the premises of
at Mandi Dabwali, which
boasts of having a Computer Training Centre and Creche.
Mini Bal Bhawan, Mandi
Kalanwali : The construction of building for
Mini Bal Bhawan Kalanwali
has been completed. It is having a provision of a Computer Training Centre. A
Stitching Centre was also established with the help of DRDA in which 40 Women
were imparted training.
Celebration of Children's Day :
The Children's Day is celebrated with a great pomp and show every year. Various
Competitions are held and stalls are arranged on the day. Sweets and Fruits are
distributed to children on this day.
Drug Awareness and Counseling
Centre : The Centre provides free drug awareness and counseling to
registered drug victims.
Training to Anganwari
Workers : Training to Anganwari
Workers is provided in the Anganwari Training Centre
running in Working Women's Hostel.
PARYAS - Special School for Mentally Retarded
Children : A special School catering to the needs of
Mentally Retarded Children has been set-up with the staff as Principal, 5
Teachers and Helpers. The new building of the school was inaugurated on 30th November 2001 by Sh L. M.
Goyal, Chief Secretary Haryana.
Science Re-creation Centre
: A Science Re-Creation Centre is being run by National Science Centre,
New Delhi in the prermises of
Bal Bhawan Sirsa. The
Children gain a lot about Scientific aspects. The
Centre has a Planetarium, Mini Zoo, Re-Creation Centre and other Scientific
Appliances. During the Year 1999-2000, 4675 persons, 8659 Students and 99
Schools paid a visit to this centre.
Street Children Project :
The Council is running a project named as Street Children Project under
which Free Education is provided to 100 Students. Nutrition, Stationery and
Uniform is also distributed time to time.