OP-EVEREST team members are connected with schools via satellite phone and social networking sites. With the aim to communicate their experiences in real time so other APSWREI students can not only try to understand their own planet, but also experience the journey for themselves through OP-EVEREST teams every breath, step and emotion along the way to understand how modern day explorers now operate.
About 170,000 students from the underprivileged backgrounds are shaping their future in the AP Social Welfare Residential Schools with the support of Government of Andhra Pradesh. These students come from the families, which face the test of survival from every sunrise to sunset. With no hope being visible and future uncertain, they desperately wanted their posterity to bypass the trauma of poverty and discrimination. APSWR Schools have been helping such families and have produced 250,000 children who are taking care of their lives.
This very hope affected APSWREIS to expand its frontiers.
Adventure forms part of any institution that wants to make substantial progress in its journey. APSWREIS too has been investing a lot of time and efforts in the adventure sports to improve the confidence and leadership skills in the young minds. Those people who have participated in both intellectual and physical adventures have become idols for the entire community.
In line with the policy of our institution and spirit of social welfare department, it has been decided to send the eight well-trained students for mountaineering expedition so that children join the list of world famous mountaineers Tenzin Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary. This single step would bring exceptional pride to the country and the Dalit community and gives much needed dose of self-confidence to the rural students that helps them defeat the evil of inferiority complex.
Passing of SC Sub-Plan Act 2013 has induced a new hope to the otherwise frustrated and skeptical communities in the state.
This very hope affected APSWREIS to expand its frontiers. It is noticed that children from these ill-fated families suffer from low self- esteem and always look for some role model. Toughened by the most adverse conditions these children face any adversity with unprecedented ease. These children stand out as role models in their communities with the different values they acquire in the schools, thanks to the residential education they are given for a sustained period. Taking advantage of this fact, APSWREIS recently has launched several path-breaking innovations that created a multiplier effect in the schools and communities.
To achieve “the youngest female in the world to reach Summit of Mt.Everest” record and To achieve first Dalit to scale Mt. Everest with the support of SC Sub Plan of Andhra Pradesh.
To instill a sense of confidence and achievement in the hearts of youngstudents, especially from underprivileged masses in India.
To create idols who can boost the morale of all the students of Andhra Pradesh, particularly those who are studying in the government schools.
OP-EVEREST team members are connected with schools via satellite phone and social networking sites. With the aim to communicate their experiences in real time so other APSWREI students can not only try to understand their own planet, but also experience the journey for themselves through OP-EVEREST teams every breath, step and emotion along the way – to understand how modern day explorers now operate.
To pitch AP Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society on to the global adventure map.