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A STUDY ON PROFILING OF INMATES,

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO


SPARSHA TRUST.

STUDENT NAME:
SHRIVATHSA K
REGISTER NO:17YUCMD189
ABBS Bangalore GUIDE NAME: Dr. SWAROOP K
INTRODUCTION
• Sparsha Trust was started on 2005 with a vision
to create a society free of exploitation of
children, helping to unlock their inherit potential
and talent. So far, the Trust has rehabilitated
more than 3000 school dropouts, street children
and child labourers. Sparsha Trust has started
educational training along with shelter to such
children and more than 300 children make use of
these facilities on daily basis. So this study will be
on the fund sources of Sparsha Trust .
NEED FOR THE STUDY
• The need for this study is to understand the
group of people living in Sparsha Trust.
• Profiling about every individual.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
• The present research work is to find out the
problems faced by Sparsha Trust in finding
the students getting into the organisation.
The study gives a brief idea about the profiling
of each individual student in Sparsha Trust.
OBJECTIVES OF STUDY
• To have a brief insight into the existing
environment.
• To examine the necessities for changes in the
Sparsha Trust.
• To know whether the inmates are satisfied in
Sparsha Trust.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
• Descriptive type of research is carried for my
study, because it includes surveys and fact
finding enquires of different kinds the major
purpose of this research is description of the
state affairs as it exist at present.
FINDINGS
• 1. In the Year 2014-15 Sparsha Trust with the help from
supporters , continued to see improvements in children of
different categories such as child labour, rag picking,
begging, drug abuse, sexually abused, orphans, run away
children and who have committed non-serious offences are
there at Shelter.
• 2. 181 children are being housed in different center in the
year 2014- 15. These children have been brought from
different area
• 3.The top 3 Parameters with highest in last survey are good
in quality education.
• 4. The program of the institution is good compare to the
last records.
SUGGESTIONS
• If older children (above 18 years) have to be kept in
children’s homes in the absence of other alternatives
separate arrangements for them would be desirable
instead of keeping them with younger children.

• Special care and safety shall be provided for girls. Every


effort should be made to get them married. They shall not
be discharged from homes without making proper and
suitable alternative arrangements.

• Academically brilliant children, whether boys or girls, shall


be given full opportunity and must be encouraged.
MEMORIES
THANK YOU