Panchshila Ladies Welfare Association
 
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Panchshila Ladies Welfare Association is a registered non-profit, voluntary and non-governmental organization providing diagnostic care and medicines for underprivileged through a charitable dispensary. Since its inception in 1977 PLWA has helped tiny tots begin their education and imbibe hygiene and health habits and correct values through a Balwadi. The organisation also holds regular educative programmes for their members every 1st Wednesday of the month.
 
BALWADI
 
PLWA manages a Balwadi which was started by Bhai Balmukund Trust in 1986. It caters to children in the age group of 3-6 years drawn from the families of house workers of the colony and surrounding areas. Currently with a strength of 40 , these children are taught moral values, basic cleanliness, discipline ,simple counting and alphabets through storytelling , recitation and play-way methods. We understand that the tiny tots from Balwadi find it easy to get admission to recognized private schools and government school as they get to build a good foundation here.

Balwadi classes are held at the Panchshila Dispensary premises at N 52A Panchshila Park from 2p.m. - 5p.m. Monday through Friday.

The Association also organizes functions to celebrate Republic Day, Holi, Independence Day, Sports Day, Diwali, Children’s Day, New Year and other social activities & picnics for the children.

We remember Late Mrs. Satya Anand for taking deep interest in Balwadi and her various contributions towards the school. We also acknowledge Mrs.Kohli for her superb contribution towards giving the school a big lift from the year 2007- 2011.

At the moment the main teacher Laxmi , along with her helper Rajkumari, teach the children five days a week from 2pm to 5pm under the supervision of the Balwadi Project Heads Ms.Harjinder Dhiman and Ms.Ameeta Gupta. These wonderful ladies ensure that learning for these children is a fun filled experience.

Lately 2 new volunteers Mrs.Meena Kapoor and Mrs.Kavita Kothari have joined Balwadi to teach spoken and written English on every Friday so that the children are at par and ready for admissions in bigger schools
 
 
 
 
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Panchshila Ladies Welfare Association, PLWA runs a Charitable Dispensary which is one of the major achievements of the organization, this program started in 1979 through the joint efforts of the ladies of the colony. This registered non-profit Charitable Organization...
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