PRIME FOCUS:

ADULT LITERARY 

 

 

 

AIM ASIA LAUNCHES

 

  LITERACY ABHIYAN

 

 

Govt. Whip Smt. Gongidi Sunitha Garu addressing the audience

 

 

Honorable Govt. Whip Smt. Gongidi Sunitha Garu was

 

chief guest when AIM ASIA launched Literacy Abhiyan on

 

the Annual Day of Immanuel Academy in Solipet near

 

Hyderabad on January 28, 2017. The goal of Literacy

 

Abhiyan is to make 100,000 people literate in low literacy

areas. 

 

Addressing the audience, she appreciated the educational opportunity offered by Immanuel Academy and assured all her help from the government since the college was situated in her own constituency. She commended the efforts of AIM ASIA to uplift the poor and the marginalized. 

 

WIDOWS RECEIVING SAREES

The chief guest also participated in the distribution of

sarees to the widows and elderly organized by AIM ASIA. 

Dr. David Goodnight brought the greetings on behalf of Friends of Immanuel Academy. Dr. Joey Collins, Professor of Psychology, Seattle Pacific University, delivered the commencement speech. Bishop Dr. Joab Lohara, Founder-Chairman of Immanuel Academy, gave away the awards. 

Academy students rendered a beautifully choreographed welcome dance on the occasion. Students of our partner University, SPU, honored the chief guest and guests of honors with garlands and shawls. 

It has been five years since Immanuel Business was

established at Solipet with a view to provide higher

education to the underprivileged.  We have sent out 3

cohorts of graduates by now; another is just completing.   

 

Most of our graduates are placed in multi-national

 

companies and making a good career. Some have landed

 

jobs in the government too, while some others have

 

become entrepreneurs.  A few have even gone abroad to

 

pursue higher studies in the U.S.A. 

 

Since its inception, IBS has been sending its top ranking

 

students abroad every year for an exposure to international

 

business and foreign culture at the cost of the college. 

   

IBS stands for quality and creativity. We strive to bring world

 

class education to your doorstep. It has been our passion to

 

offer quality education and teach values of life.

 

 

LITERACY ABHIYAN

 

 

PURPOSE: To initiate adult literacy program in low literacy areas with a goal of making 100,000 people literate in the next 10 years (2017-2027).

ANNUAL TARGET: To make 10,000 literate each year.

MANPOWER REQUIRED: A contingent of 2,000 trained teachers. Every class will have an average of 30 students. 

 

 

WHY IS LITERACY IMPORTANT?

Literacy is the ability to read, view, write, design, speak and listen in a way that allows you to communicate effectively. The power of literacy lies not just in the ability to read and write but also in a person’s capacity to apply these skills to effectively connect, interpret and discern the intricacies of the world in which they live.

Research shows, people with good literacy skills are more likely to have higher self-esteem, better health, better jobs and higher wages than those with poor literacy skills.

Literacy impacts a person’s economic wellbeing, aspirations, family life, health and cultural engagement.  There is overwhelming evidence that literacy has a significant relationship with a person’s happiness and success.

Helping someone to read and write effectively or acquire the basic math skills so many of us take for granted improves the future of everyone in society.  Literacy is critical to economic development as well as individual and community wellbeing.

 

LITERACY TRAINING OFFERED BY IBL PERSONNEL

 

MATERIAL NEEDED THIS YEAR (2017):

  • ·      10,000 Lesson Books
  • ·      2,000 Teacher’s Handbooks
  • ·      10,000 Sets of slates and pencils
  • ·      400 Black Boards
  • ·      200 Petro-Max Lights
  • ·      10,000 Certificates
  • ·      10,000 Gift Books at graduation
  • ·      Remuneration for 200 Teachers every month 
  •  

QUALITY LITERACY BOOKS OF IBL BEING SUPPLIED TO OUR LITERACY TEACHERS

 

STRATEGIC VISION PARTNERS

Millions of people in low literacy areas area still deprived of the awesome benefits of literacy and ignorant about many great things our wonderful world has to offer.

We need partners willing to invest into the lives of and men and women who have never been to a school system.  They deserve at least one opportunity in their life time.

To know how you may participate, please contact:

President, AIM ASIA

aimlohara@gmail.com

 

 

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WOMEN'S RESIDENCE HALL

DEDICATED IN HYDERABAD 

  

 

The Women's Residence Hall was dedicated in Immanuel Academy campus in Hyderabad on January 26, 2016.

With this new addition, Immanue Academy now has residentail facility  for both boys and girls separately.  This is a great facility with modern amenities, beautiful lawns and flower garden.

 

 

The Women's Residence Hall in the campus indicates that the girls matter.  The purpose is to provide safe residential education to MBA students. 

 

We desire for the girls in the area to take advantage of the facility and devout to higher learning.  Please reserve your place 6 months prior to the start of the academic year. Immanuel Academy is a premier MBA college that offers two year MBA.

 

This program is affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Hyderabad and approved by AICTE, New Delhi.

 

Phone: 770 20 55399 Email: ibssolipet@gmail.com

 

 

 

IMMANUEL BUSINESS SCHOOL

INAUGURATED IN HYDERABAD

 

16 MAY 2012.  IMMANUEL BUSINESS SCHOOL, an MBA College for Minorities, was inaugurated at Solipet, 30 kms northeast of Hyderabad at 7:00 PM.

The evening pulsated with enormous activities.  From the ribbon cutting at the main gate to the unveiling of inaugural stone at IBS building, there were several stops for the parade to engage in unfurling the University banner, cutting the ribbon at college cafeteria, multipurpose building, library, computer lab, etc.

Among special Guests of Honor who were present on the occasion were the Member of Legislative AssemblySmt. Christine Lazarus, Bishop Zachariah and President of Friends of Immanuel University Dr. David R. Goodnight and Patrick Patterson of U.S.A.

The 10-acres IBS campus was beautifully lit with colorful lights for the grand inauguration. Patrick Patterson cut the ribbon at the main entrance, and Dr. David Goodnight unfurled the University flag. The colorfully dressed band then moved on the parade to University cafeteria where Smt. Christine Lazarus cut the ribbon to declare it open.

By then thousands of people had gathered in the campus with media crowding the portico area of MBA block to capture the moment when Bishop Joab Lohara, Bishop of Immanuel Conference and Vice President of Free Methodist World Conference unveiled the inaugural stone.

A live music band enthralled the audience that comprised ofresidents from and around Solipet, visitors from the city, academicians, political and Christian leaders, and government officials. Senior girls from Immanuel Children’s Home performed the welcome dance. The program ended with a love feast given in memory of Dinesh Gaurav, eldest son of Bishop Lohara. Prior to this, Dr. David Goodnight delivered a very meaningful 5-point message on how a Christian University should be.

Immanuel Business School is a Post Graduate College of Business.  The vision is to develop IBS into a technical campus and then grow up to be a university with a mission to empower the broken youth of India through higher education.