Chief Functions

  • Help the girl children under its care to receive formal education
  • If found good in studies, making arrangements for higher education
  • Help the children learn to self-start at an early age
  • Train the elder girl children to care for the younger ones, thereby instilling in them the need to care for others
  • Train the normal children to care for the handicapped ones and the latter to help the former with the school work etc whereby they both learn to give and take mutually (Parasparam, as the name denotes)
  • Equip them with vocation for their future (like knitting, tailoring, screen-printing, DTP, weaving, gardening), so that they attain self sufficiency at the age of 18
  • Train them to care for animals (Parasparam now houses 9 dogs and 32 cats)
  • Parasparam not only wants to provide such best care for its existing inmates, but also desires to grow further, encompassing more and more beneficiaries…
  • Higher education for senior inmates…
  • Gainful employment for qualified inmates…
  • Marriages for safely settling in life, post-Parasparam…
  • Inculcating secularism – a shrine for Shirdi Sai Baba…
  • Increasing number of inmates – moving to higher levels with alternate self-sustaining activities…