Institute of Language Teaching out reach pogramme Participation in Marriages of 23 Single or No Parents Girls

Participation in Marriages of 23 Single or No Parents Girls

The collaboration between the Institute of Language Teaching (ILT) and Samarpan Charitable Trust, a well-known NGO in Rajkot, exemplifies a compassionate and community-focused outreach activity. Encompassed within a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), this partnership became a platform for ILT trainees and staff to actively engage in a significant social initiative.


The heartwarming outreach event involved the participation of ILT trainees and staff in the marriage function of 23 girls who were either parentless or came from single-parent households. This poignant gesture demonstrated a commitment to social responsibility, providing support and celebration for those who might face challenges in traditional family settings.


ILT trainees took on pivotal roles in managing the event, showcasing their organizational and leadership skills. By actively participating in the logistics and execution of the marriage function, the trainees not only contributed to the success of the event but also experienced firsthand the positive impact of community engagement.


Becoming part of Samarpan Charitable Trust, ILT trainees transcended their roles as educators, immersing themselves in the community they serve. This collaborative effort goes beyond conventional academic pursuits, reinforcing the broader role educational institutions can play in societal well-being.


The outreach activity became a powerful avenue for ILT to extend its support to the community, emphasizing the importance of social inclusion and empowerment. By actively participating in the marriage function, ILT trainees fostered a sense of belonging and solidarity, contributing to the holistic development of the individuals involved and reinforcing the positive impact educational institutions can have on the communities they serve.