This study was sponsored by Tribal Research and Training Centre, Gujarat Vidhyapith, Ahmedabad, the broad objective of the study was to evaluative the net gain i.e. per cattle yield on annual basis for IDDP programme and other dairy programme of the Government (IRDP and DRDA). A total of 759 tribal beneficiaries were interviewed.
The study was sponsored by Tribal Development Department, DSAG, Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar. The purpose of the study was to compare Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS) with other Educational Institutions and to assess the overall functions of EMRS. Total 360 students were interviewed from three tribal dominated districts of Gujarat.
The study was sponsored by Tribal Development Department, DSAG, Government of Gujarat. The purpose of this study was to assess the level of English language knowledge of the students attending SATCOM programme. Total 729 students of both controlled and experimental schools of 12 tribal dominated districts of Gujarat were interviewed for the assessment.
The study is sponsored by AKRSPI, Ahmedabad. The objective of the study was to analyze content of selected IEC media products produced and utilized to create awareness among the target audience. This study was done in four phases. A total of 240 households were selected in the feedback study.
The evaluation study was carried out by the foundation for CAPART, Ahmedabad. Bahrat Samaj Sewa Samiti, Ahmedabad had submitted the proposal to raise awareness about computer and its application and provide training to rural youth. The foundation made assessment of the feasibility of the proposal and submitted the report to CAPART.
TALEEM Research Foundation was entrusted by CAPART, Ahmedabad to carry out this evaluation study. The objective of the project was to develop congregation of information technology (IT) system and training of rural youth selected village in Satlasana of Mehsana District, Gujarat. The project was reviewed in relation to support through effective networking of VIKSAT. The project was expected to strengthen the VIKSAT developmental activities and referred to CAPART.
Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology (CAPART), Ahmedabad had entrusted the foundation to carry out the pre-funding evaluation of the project for Tata Chemical Society of Rural Development, Tata Chemical LTD, Mithapur. The evaluation report was submitted to CAPART.
The study was sponsored by TATA Chemicals Limited, Mithapur, Gujarat. The main aim of the assessment study was to see the community’s changing perception towards ongoing community development programmes implemented by TCL/TCSRD in two regions that was Babrala in U. P. and Mithapur in Gujarat during last one year. The ongoing projects include, Infrastructure Development, Self Help Group, Land Reclamation and Agricultural Growth, Intensive Family Welfare Programme, Watershed Development and Handicraft Promotion programme. Data were collected from more than seven hundred beneficiaries of TCL in about twenty-five project villages. Besides beneficiaries’ survey and focused group discussions and in-depth interviews of TCL/TCSRD functionaries were also conducted to get a holistic perspective of the development programmes.
This evaluation study was sponsored by Health Sector Group, Department for International Development (DFID). The objective of the study was to evaluate the impact of training given to the Medical Officers and District Surgeons in community ophthalmology. Actual training was observed in the three premiere ophthalmology hospitals in the country at Delhi, Calcutta and Hyderabad, and in-depth interviews with trainees, trainers and paramedics working in PHCs and CHCs were conducted. Besides, the study also involved field observations of service delivery and job performance of the trainees.
The broad aim of the study was to understand the level of unemployment among rural youths of Muzaffarpur district and extent to which these youths are ready to participate in need-based skill development programme. The study covered 1271 households spread across 24 villages of Muzaffapur district of Bihar.
The study aimed to evaluate the outcome of the DSAG training programme and also compare the results of DSAG sponsored training programme with other Government Departments. Total 450 trainees were interviewed from three tribal dominated districts of Gujarat.
The study was sponsored by Tribal Development Department, DSAG, Government of Gujarat. The broad objective of the study was to evaluative the net gain i.e. per cattle yield on annual basis for IDDP programme and other dairy programmes (IRDP and DRDA) of the Government. A total of 759 tribal beneficiaries were interviewed.
The study was sponsored by Tribal Development Department, DSAG, Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar. The aim of this study was to identify the gaps and constrains in the implementation of Vanbandhu Kalyan Yojana. Total 1114 households were covered in Sabarkantha, Narmada and Tapi Districts of Gujarat.
The study was sponsored by Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration (SPIPA), Ahmedabad. The main objective of the study was to evaluate the administration of land revenue system in Gujarat to improve the policies and procedures of land revenue work more transparent and people oriented. The study covered 66 case studies of Collector, Deputy Collector and functionaries of land revenue department and survey of 1204 land owners.
Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology (CAPART), Ahmedabad had entrusted the foundation to carry out this evaluation. Mid-term evaluation of the project for proper utilization of fund given to New India Khadi Gramodhyog Charitable Trust, Ahmedabad was assessed and the report was submitted to CAPART.
TALEEM Research Foundation was entrusted by CAPART, Ahmedabad to carry out this evaluation study. The objective of the proposed intervention was to promote self employment of ST/SC in three Talukas of Sabarkantha District of Gujarat. The feasibility in context of organization capacity of International Centre for Entrepreneurship and Carrier Development (ICECD) was determined and referred to CAPART.
Badlao Foundation has been involved in community development programmes in Jharkhand since 1995, was provided a separate grant by ICCO, Netherlands for community empowerment in 50 villages of Dumka district during 2003-2006. TALEEM was entrusted with the responsibility of carrying out this evaluation. Data were collected from beneficiaries and Badlao Foundation’s records were reviewed.
The study was sponsored by TATA Chemicals Limited, Mithapur, Gujarat. The study aimed to evaluate the community development efforts made by TATA Chemicals Limited in the regions where the TCL plants were located (Babrala in U. P. and Mithapur in Gujarat) during last ten years. These efforts included development programmes for educational, infrastructure, women empowerment through vocational training and self help groups etc. The objective of this study was to benchmark the development efforts and also strengthen efforts in future. Data were collected from more than eight hundred beneficiaries of TCL in about twenty project villages and a few non-project villages as well. Besides beneficiary survey and focused group discussions, in-depth interviews of volunteers and TCL/TCSRD functionaries, were also conducted to get a holistic perspective of the development programmes.
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi sponsored the study. The study aims at collecting data from the beneficiaries, who were mainly medical and paramedical staff working in PHCs and CHCs in Madhya Pradesh. Bhoj University has trained these staff on specific RCH skills. The Ministry is interested to get the feedback of the training programmes undertaken by the Bhoj University.
The study aims at assessing the impact of training in terms of acquired skills and awareness provided to the beneficiaries of AKRSP, (I). In-depth interviews were conducted among 119 beneficiaries covering 34 villages of six Talukas of three Districts.
The purpose of this study was to compare the key indicators related to knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) among adolescent girls, families and community members on issues related to their health and well-being with the benchmark values so as to measure the success of the project after completion of the interventions. The study was carried out in three blocks of Rajasthan and two blocks in Odisha. A total of 2442 Adolescent girls were covered in the study.