Sujaya Foundation

We give underprivileged and differently abled children and youth an opportunity to launch them into the dignified and bright future they deserve.

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Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 21/11/2023

Sujaya Foundation's Quizabled-Maharashtra Edition (5th year) Event got registration of 402 children/youth with disabilities from 40 special schools / Institutions. The event was organised by Seva-in-Action and powered by LTIMindtree.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 21/11/2023
10/07/2023

To celebrate International Friendship day, Sujaya Foundation students made 'friendship bands' and tied to each other.

Thank you Patil for teaching the skill. Our students e joyed thoroughly. Thank you Patil and
Shubhangi for arranging the session.

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Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 30/06/2023

Students of Sujaya Foundation are enjoying a painting session on a rainy day. Thank you for arranging this.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 24/03/2023

Sujaya Foundation's Certificate Distribution for the project 'Abilities Unlimited' was held on 17th March 2023 at ETC, Vashi auditorium. Dr. Mitali Sancheti - Additional Commissioner of NMMC and Dharmesh Shah, LTIMindtree Senior staff were the guests. The Course Completion Certificates were distributed to 85 youth with disabilities.
Later, the students and parents shared their journeys with Sujaya Foundation. It was a pleasure to witness the performance of some of the students with intellectual disabilities. They completed the internship with the company that they were placed with and have started earning Rs. 15,000/-. We at Sujaya Foundation are proud of their achievement.

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14/12/2022

We are excited to have this year's quizabled event on Saturday.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 25/08/2022

Abilities Unlimited project (Bandra, Vashi and Byculla) celebrated Independence Day by decorating the rooms and the corridor keeping in mind "Har Ghar Tiranga" theme. We had planned different activities like Rangoli, Drawing and speech by the specially abled students. We concluded with the silent National Anthem. Jai Hind 🙂

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Ms. Medhavi Shrivastava, a certified counselor conducted a session on Grooming and Hygiene for the specially abled students of Abilities Unlimited project. A person's personal grooming is determined by how an individual feels about oneself, and how others perceive the respective person. Personal grooming is important for a positive self-image. Every effort should be taken to maintain a pleasing and attractive personality. She explained about oral hygiene, the do’s and don’ts of dressing for men and women. Lastly, an assignment was designated to the students to measure the impact of the session.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 25/08/2022

Body Safety Program
Rubaroo, is an NGO that aims to break the silence surrounding the issue of ‘Child Sexual Abuse’. They conducted an awareness session for the specially abled on Body Safety Program for Abilities Unlimited project at Vashi and Bandra centers respectively. The session helped students to be aware of the situation and to handle it effectively. Activities and pictorial depictions enhanced the overall participation.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 25/08/2022

Ms. Pallavi Chaudhary, is a Senior Principal, Delivery Excellence at LTI. She is a certified Yoga Trainer. On the occasion of Yoga Day, she taught asanas and breathing exercises to the specially abled students of Abilities Unlimited project. A series of postures were introduced to develop strength and flexibility. She also explained the physical benefits of each asanas. Everyone was encouraged to work within their own ability and to listen to their bodies.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 22/02/2022

Certificate Distribution for I Learn - I Earn project 2021-22 was organised on 15th February. Mr. Pratyush Panda, Head- CSR & Sustainability of LTI distributed the certificates to the specially abled students. He motivated the students to never give up and keep working towards one's goal. We had parents and students sharing their experiences and success stories. We concluded the event with a Silent National Anthem.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 15/02/2022

Medhavi Srivastava, a certified counsellor by profession, conducted a session on ‘Self-Motivation’ for the Skill Enhancement Project for youth. Being self motivated helps in goal realization and drives oneself toward personal development. Self motivation can be achieved with a positive attitude, vision boards, therapeutic music, prioritization of goals using the SMART technique, etc. It enables individuals to have a goal centric approach. Overall a good session with key takeaways.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 01/02/2022

A session on Leadership Skills was conducted by Ayush Maheshwari from KPMG. He spoke about the traits of a good leader. He reiterated that a good leader shows the path through his own example, communicates effectively, motivates and encourages his team, keeps himself updated about the subject and is open to constructive feedback. He also shared an interesting and inspirational video. He gave examples of some great leaders who have shown exemplary leadership in the current times. He concluded the session with a short quiz.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 21/01/2022

A session on Adaptability was conducted by Medhavi Srivastava, a counsellor by profession, for the Bandra youth students. She said that adaptability is one of the key skills for academic and professional advancement. It is the skill to change oneself according to the changing circumstances and situations in one’s life, environment and ecosystem. Adaptability helps one to face challenges, embrace learning and change one’s thought processes.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 31/12/2021

Disability Day awareness Month!

I Learn- I Earn project celebrated Day 2021 with various stakeholders like students, parents and volunteers.

1.A webinar on Legal Guardianship for parents of specially abled beneficiaries was organized as an awareness session based on the Disability month. Mrs. Bhakti Walve, a Counselor for Autistic Spectrum disorders and an advisor for the Gharkul school for special children facilitated this session. She threw light on the important aspects and need for Guardianship.
2. The trainers celebrated Disability Day with the specially abled students in different centres. Specially abled students cut the cake and a motivational video was shown to the students.
3. 4 corporate employees celebrated Christmas with Vashi centre students. As a part of disability sensitization and awareness, the employees learnt Sign Language where they were taught basic alphabets and greetings of Indian Sign Language. They also interacted with students. Students sang and performed. Employees distributed Joy of giving gifts, medical kits to the students. Additionally they also distributed Christmas gifts to the students.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 21/12/2021

December 3 is observed as International Day for Persons with Disabilities to promote rights and well-being of persons with disabilities at every level of society and development. Sujaya Foundation's SMART + Project students organized for a workshop on learning Basics of Indian Sign Language for the KPMG employees/volunteers the objective of which was to promote inclusion and create awareness about Indian Sign Language on December 10. The training was conducted by the students with the help of Ms. Vidya, Sign Language interpreter and trainer. The volunteers were enthusiastic and happy to learn Indian sign language.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 10/12/2021

A Jumble Sale was conducted by Sujaya Foundation in association with the Rotary Club of Navi Mumbai at Bandra. 30 enthusiastic participants, a multitude of household items, a variety of clothes, a consumer oriented market, magnanimous donations by people to benefit the underprivileged, efficient management and practical skill building of the participants collectively made the Jumble Sale a successful one. The sale saw a collection of Rs. 23100/- which will be used by the Rotary Club of Navi Mumbai for the education of underprivileged school children from rural areas. Overall, a great learning experience for the students and a sale eagerly awaited by the local community.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 08/12/2021

A Diwali Party was organised for the youth and specially abled students of Bandra. Various fun activities like Diya Painting, games and a snack competition were organised. The students from both the projects interacted well and showcased great teamwork. They truly enjoyed the event as it was a welcome change for everyone.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 22/11/2021

Health initiatives taken by Sujaya Foundation during Covid

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 16/10/2021

I Learn- I Earn project would like to thank the volunteers for upgrading the knowledge and skills of the specially abled. Interesting topics like resume making, general knowledge sessions, Excel, PowerPoint, Interview skills etc. were taught to the learners. We thank the volunteers for their constant support and commitment :)

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 16/10/2021

Sujaya Foundation in partnership with LTI inaugurated the Health project on 29th September, 2021 at LTI's Mahape location. Ms. Sujata Dhole, Additional Commissioner of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation, Mr. Anil Rander, CFO of LTI, Mr. BS Saluja , Vice President, Corporate Services, LTI and Ms. Huzan Mistry , Trustee of Sujaya Foundation were the esteemed guests who inauguted the ambulance and ventilators. The diganataries emphasized the need of public private partnership and collaboration. The Health project will benefit the people of Navi Mumbai communities. 10 ventilators are donated to NMMC hospitals while 4 ventilators are donated to two trust run hospitals namely Mathadi hospital and Punjab Kesari Charitable Trust. Additionally 2000 covid safety kits will be distributed in Navi Mumbai communities. Much gratitude to all the partners in taking up Health initiatives that will benefit people.

02/09/2021

I Learn- I Earn project invites all the to be a part of this wonderful that will be held on 06th September , 2.00 pm to 3.00 pm. This session will highlight the uses of data entry and also as a means of earning livelihood. Do not miss this and kindly on the link given below. Login details are mentioned in the flyer! All are welcome! Do register your students for this informative session!!
https://forms.gle/VhqFsbZKp2h9QjFL6

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 24/08/2021

A session was conducted on Resume Building for the students of Bandra and Chembur. The difference between a CV and a resume was explained. The sections of a resume like the objective, work experience, education, skills were discussed. Tips were given on how to make a resume eye catching and the online resources available to customize one’s resume were shared.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 02/08/2021

A session on Managing Difficult conversation was arranged for the SMART Project and Bandra Centre students by a group of volunteers. The session helped in developing understanding of what makes a conversation difficult, practicality of the challenging situation, strategies & approach and how can one manage one's own feelings. Key highlight of the session was how to deal with a problem professionally which involved the below four solutions:
a. Being Professional
b. Avoid over-explaning
c. Being comfortable with Silence and
d. Stop the conversation
The volunteers explained and suggested few lines/ways to open and close a difficult conversation.
The session will benefit the students as they will understand how to manage difficult conversations at workplace in a professional manner.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 02/08/2021

A session on Email Etiquette was arranged for the SMART, I Learn- I Earn, Higher Education Project and Bandra Centre students by a group of corporate volunteers. The session focused on importance of written communication in email, how a subject line should be, do's and don'ts in opening and closing of an email, about recipient in an email, content. It also highlighted how to reduce email clutter, how email is about facts & not communicating emotional information and Signature in an email.
At last the volunteers showed an example of how to draft an email. Overall it was an interactive and insightful session with lots of learning about this key topic which the students tookaway.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 02/08/2021

A session on Problem solving skills was arranged for the SMART, I Learn - I Earn and Higher Education Project students by a group of corporate volunteers. The session highlighted essential steps of solving a problem i.e 1. Understanding the problem at hand 2. Using different methods for solving the problem 3. Resolution of the problem. The volunteers gave instances and asked the students to brainstorm and come up with individual solutions. It helped the students understand the importance of taking a pause and rethink of solution using essential steps in Problem solving.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 21/07/2021

Four Corporate employees conducted an interactive session on Grooming and Hygiene. They had one to one interaction with the specially abled students of I Learn - I Earn and Higher education project students. The employees explained the need and impact grooming has in the professional spheres.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 15/07/2021

107 corporate volunteers participated enthusiastically for I Learn- I Earn project. They were sensitized and taught Basic Indian sign language. The volunteers also taught Google Drive and its features to our students that was very well explained with video demonstrations. They also conducted a short quiz on General knowledge which our students enthusiastically answered.

Photos from Sujaya Foundation's post 14/07/2021

A session on Basic Conversational English was organised for the TMF SMART students by KPMG volunteers. The session outlined the importance of conversations, how English is a universal language that should be used effectively. An important aspect to initiate a conversation as highlighted by the volunteers was asking and answering questions. They focused on how one should introduce themselves, the difference in greetings in any formal or informal setting, How to have a formal telephonic conversation etc. A video of how to have a formal and informal conversation between two was shown to explain in detail. A Practical demonstration (reading) of formal conversation was done between students and volunteers.

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