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THE HELPCARE SOCIETY. Charitable, not-for-profit and non-commercial Non-political Entity Open to all irrespective of race, creed, sect or religion Not serving any particular area or clan Duly Registered legal entity Auditable. Board of Governors.

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the helpcare society
THE HELPCARE SOCIETY
  • Charitable, not-for-profit and non-commercial
  • Non-political Entity
  • Open to all irrespective of race, creed, sect or religion
  • Not serving any particular area or clan
  • Duly Registered legal entity
  • Auditable
board of governors
Board of Governors
  • Lt Gen (Retd) Muhamamd Maqbool President
  • Mr. Irfan H.Qureshi, Businessman Secretary General

Finance Controller

  • Mr. M. Yahya Mir,

Electro-medical Engineer Curriculum

Programming

  • Mr. Abdul Wahid Khan,Business Discipline
  • Mr. Farid Ahsanuddin,

Chief Executive, Republic Engineering Ltd Infra-structure /

Internal Audit

  • Farida Maqbool Nourishment
  • Mr. Nauman Qureshi, Clinical Psychologist
  • Mrs. Uzma Musharraf Ali

Educationist Executive Member

  • Mr. Qazi Imran Hussain, Chief Executive,

Freeline Packers (Pvt) Company Executive Member

  • Brigadier(Retd) Khan Tariq Eqbal ITC
  • Mr. Arif Masood Mirza
  • Country Head,Pakistan, ACCA,UK Curriculum

Development

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THE HELPCARE SOCIETY

VISION

REALISING POTENTIAL THROUGH

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

the helpcare society objectives
THE HELPCARE SOCIETYOBJECTIVES

a.Establish welfare educational institutions

b.Undertake Healthcare projects

c.Undertake other social programs i.e.

women welfare - economic & social development.

Note: Serials b & c are being done for the beneficiaries of serial ‘a’ only.

In due course, we will endeavour to organise them for general

public.

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THE HELPCARE SOCIETY

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME

GOAL

To empower the socially excluded segment of our society by mainstreaming their children thus enabling them to come out of the poverty loop.

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TEACH A CHILD SCHOOL SYSTEM

MISSION

TO ENABLE AND EMPOWER TAC CHILDREN THROUGH COMPETITIVE EDUCATION TO JOIN THE SOCIAL MAINSTREAM.

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TEACH A CHILD SCHOOL SYSTEM

OBJECTIVES

  • To provide competitive academic and professional excellence to enable “TAC Children” to enter the future market place with dignity.
  • To impart high moral and balanced religious values and ethics.
  • To inculcate a sense of duty towards the family, society and the country.
  • To provide appropriate socio-cultural skills, for them to merge into the national mainstream.
  • To develop self esteem, confidence and belief.
  • To enable them to emerge as role models and positive agents of change in the family, neighbourhood and the society at large.
selection criteria
SELECTION CRITERIA
  • On Merit.
  • From the deserving low-income group (economic merit).
  • Desirous families.
  • From families with clean and defined sources of income.
  • Children with tested good IQ level (intellectual merit).
  • Children whose parents are willing to participate in their educational programs.
  • Residing permanently within easy commuting distance of each educational unit.
  • Between the age of 4 to 5 years.
selection process
SELECTION PROCESS
  • Candidate parents’ first contact with management. Initial briefing on requirements.
  • Candidate parents bring the child and relevant documents. Additional information sought, if required. Form issued or case closed.
  • Form received. Scrutinized.Sent for ground verification. Either recommended for IQ testing or case closed. So far economic merit getting established.
  • If recommended by verifier, child called forIQ testing to establish intellectual merit.
  • Short listing. Preparation of documents for Board of Governors’(BOG).
  • Selection board.Re-verification of certain cases. Preparation of approved list. Provisional list announced. Syllabus / guidance for entry test given to parents.
  • Entry test. Preparation of final list of top 36 candidates
  • Results declared. Commencement of 19 years journey.
tac formula
TAC FORMULA

(PCF** x MIQ + ET = OM)

PCF** x Mean IQ(SIT+VMI) + Entry test = Overall merit

2

(Family) (Child) (Child/Parents)

**Poverty compensation factor

what do we provide to the children
What Do We Provide to The Children?
  • Free education

_ ‘O’ / ‘A’ level stream

    • Planned up to professional level
    • Each cycle will take19-20 years.

-- The first entry( Class of 1998 ) is left with another 3 years to enter ‘O’ level, 8 years to qualify ‘A’ level and 13 years to become competitive professional graduates.

  • Uniform and sports wear.
  • Best available text books and full range of stationary.
  • Children nourishment program (midday snacks).
  • Physical development facilities (limited due to lack of space).
  • Regular medical and dental check up, first aid and preventive medical care.
health protection program
HEALTH PROTECTION PROGRAM
  • Medical check-up on admission (Team of volunteer doctors)
  • Periodic inspection (Clinlab)
  • Inoculation / vaccination ( Clinlab )
  • Polio drops (In house)
  • Deworming (Clinlab /, In house)
  • Hepatitis B Cover (Sponsored by Brig(Retd)Javed Tipu)
  • Cardiac screening ( Performed by PIC)
  • Regular multi-vitamin support ( In house )
  • First aid (In house /, Faisal Hospital)
  • Medical treatment (Clinlab,, Faisal & Jinnah Hospitals)
  • Dental check-up (Dr.Sadaf Rizwan)
year classwise strength of children
YEAR / CLASSWISE STRENGTH OF CHILDREN
  • Class of Nursery Prep I II III IV V Total
  • 1998/2017 35* - - - - - 35
  • 1999/2018 30* - 32 - - - 62
  • 2000/2019 36 * - 3032 - - 98
  • 2001/2020 36 * - 362931 - 132
  • 2002/2021 36 36 - 352931166
  • 2003/2022 36 36 36 --- 33 27 29 197
  • Thirteen drop outs to date.
understanding international iq rating
UNDERSTANDING INTERNATIONAL IQ RATING
  • IQ Rating Intellectual Functioning Level
  • 130 & Above Very Superior/Genius
  • 120-129 Superior
  • 110-119 Above Average
  • 90-109 Average
  • 80-89 Below Average
  • 70-79 Border Line/Slow Learner
  • 69 & Below Mentally Deficient
summary of iq profile of tac children
SUMMARY OF IQ PROFILE OF TAC CHILDREN
  • RatingTotal%age
  • Very Superior / Genius 65 33.2
  • Superior / Well Above Average 60 30.2
  • Above Average 50 26.0___________________________________________________________
  • Total above average

to Very Superior 178 88.1

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  • Average 20 10.2
  • Low Average 2 1.0
  • Border Line/Slow learner 0 0.00
  • Mentally Deficient 0 0.00

_______________________________________________________________

  • G.Total: 197

_______________________________________________________________

Note: Thirteen drop outs to date.

parents education standard
PARENTS’ EDUCATION STANDARD

Total

  • Standard Fathers % Mothers %
  • Illiterate 19 (10.0) 33 (16.8)
  • Primary 15 (7.4) 23 (11.2)
  • Middle 40 (21.0) 44 (22.4)
  • Matric(SC) 55 (29.0) 55 (28.0)
  • Intermediate(HSC) 27 (14.2) 30 (15.3)
  • Graduate 27 (14.2) 12 (6.1)
  • Post Graduate 2 (1.58) - -

____________________________________________________________

  • Total: 184 191

____________________________________________________________

Notes: Thirteen Children are fatherless.

Six Children are motherless.

fathers occupations
FATHERS' OCCUPATIONS
  • Private Service 23
  • Government Service 50

(Grade 1 to Grade 10)

  • Watchmen 2
  • Stamp Vendor 1
  • Drivers 14
  • Labourers 27
  • Property Agents 2
  • Self-employed 10
  • Rickshaw Driver (employed) 2
  • Hotel Kitchen Cleaner 1
  • Retd. Clerks 2
  • Gardener 3
  • Salesmen 5

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fathers occupations contd
FATHERS' OCCUPATIONS (contd.)
  • Denter/Painter/ Carpenter/ Welder/ Electrician / Mechanic 11
  • Tailor 4
  • Donkey Cart Driver 1
  • Steno 1
  • Police Man 3
  • Milk man(self employed) 1
  • Telephone Oper 1
  • Accounts Auditor 1
  • Postman 1
  • Hospital employees 6

______________________________________________________________

  • Total 184

______________________________________________________________

social aspect
SOCIAL ASPECT
  • Independent Family System 126

(including Govt. Quarters)

  • Joint Family System 76
  • Orphans (Parentless) Children 2
  • Orphans (Fatherless) Children 11
  • Motherless Children 6
  • Divorcee Mothers’ Children 4
gender distribution
GENDER DISTRIBUTION

BoysGirlsTotal

  • Class of 98 11 18(55%) 31
  • Class of 99 14 13(45%) 29
  • Class of 2000 18 15(46%) 35
  • Class of 2001 20 16(46%) 35
  • Class of 2002 21 15(46%) 36
  • Class of 2003 18 18(50%) 16 36

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  • Total: 102 95 (47.5%) 197

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economic standard of families
ECONOMIC STANDARD OF FAMILIES
  • Total Families 202
  • Average Family Strength 5
  • Average Family Monthly Income Rs. 3768.00 ( US $ 65 PM )
  • Average Per Capita Income Rs: 758.00 pm / 9096 PA

(per month/ per annum) ( US $ 13 PM / 156 PA )**

  • Minimum family Income Rs. 2333.00 ( US $ 40 ) pm
  • Maximum family Income Rs. 10,000.00 ( US $ 172 ) pm
  • Minimum Family Size 3
  • Maximum Family Size 13

** International poverty line US $ 365 ( Rs: 21170 ) per capita per annum ( one dollar a day ). TAC families are two and a quarter times below international poverty line.

mothers awareness program map
MOTHERS’ AWARENESS PROGRAM(MAP)**
  • Education

* Literacy / Awareness

* Child Psychology

* Home Economics

* Religion, Ethics & Values

  • Health

* Education

* Services

  • Empowerment

* Vocational Training

* Micro Credit Scheme ( Future Project)

**Part of “Parent Support Group(PSG)” programme

estimated expense 166 children
BUDGET FOR 2002-2003 3.3 Million

* Cash inflow per annum –dignity fee @ Rs:5/- per month per child = Rs:9960

line Items Per annum % Per MonthPer Child

166 CHILDRENPER MONTH

1. Rent of Building 720000 (24.00) 60000 360

2. Salaries 1,560,000 (52.00) 130000 778

3. Uniforms 50250** (1.67) 4187 25**

Children Nourishment 264000 (8. 80) 22000 132 Program (CNP)

Stationery & Books (S&B) 185000 (6.16) 15416 92

Utilities 120000 (4.00) 10000 60

Maintenance/MISC 100200 (3.34) 8350 50

Total 2,999,450 (100) 250054 1497

8. Depreciation 210000 17500 105

Total 3,209,450 267554 1602

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Total in US Dollars ($ 54397) ($ 4534) ($27)

**Rs: 50250.00 is the expense for 72 sets of uniforms only for the new class(36 children). This expense has been distributed over the total strength to work out the per capita cost.

ESTIMATED EXPENSE166 CHILDREN
how can you help
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
  • By helping us acquire a piece of land on lease or concessional rates for school campus at a location, suitable for quality teachers and convenient to donors and beneficiaries.
  • By sponsoring a new branch of TAC school System..
  • By providing any material or non-material support.
  • By sponsoring a child or a group of children or a class of 36 children ( expenses on one child are approximately Pak Rupees 1,500 pm / 18000 pa

( US $ 26 pm / 312 pa— less than one dollar a day).

  • By being a “Friend of the TAC”,

“ANYTHING FROM ENCOURAGEMENT

TO A BILLION DOLLARS IS VALUABLE”

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Donations & incomes are exempt from Tax Deductions vide Government of Pakistan Letter no. 413/18E/2004 dated 14 Jan 2004. Approval granted under section 2(36) of the income tax ordinance, 2001, read with rule 212(1) of the income tax rules, 2002 in the case of M/S The Helpcare Society, 41-L, Model Town Extn., Lahore. Valid for the year ending 31.12.2004

macro view of the project
Macro-View of the Project
  • Each unit shall grow vertically and the concept will expand horizontally.
  • Each unit to comprise minimum of 650-700 underprivileged children @ a class of 36 per year.The numbers could increase subject to size of campus and financial capacity.
  • Upto ‘A’ Level in TAC Schools; professional education at colleges/universities will be sponsored by “The Helpcare Society”. ( O/A level option adopted in 2002 ).
  • Concept envisages a time span of 19-20 years before it becomes cyclical.
  • Establishing schools in other low income localities all over Pakistan ( on achievement of management capacity (systems, processes & SOPs) and availability of financial resources ).
financial perspective of first unit in year 2013
FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVE OF FIRST UNITIN YEAR 2013
  • Number of students 562
  • Number of in- house classes 13
  • Number of sponsored professional

classes in colleges/universities 2

  • Total cash inflow from dignity fee

@ 9 US Cents pm per studentUS $ 48pm / 576 pa

Pak Rs 2810 pm / 33720 pa

  • Estimated expense pm / pa

a. Upto class 8th@ US $ 29 pm for 310 = 8950 pm / 107150 pa

b. O/A level @ US $ 58 pm for 180 = 13570 pm / 124420 pa

c. 1st & 2nd Professionals @

US $ 58 for 72= 4150 pm / 49770 pa

  • 2013--Total expense for 562 students in US Dollars = 23448 pm / 281,379 pa

In Pak Rupees = 1.36 million pm / 16.3 million pa

*The above estimate is only for one unit based on induction of 36 children per annum only. This number could increase subject to size of campus and financial capacity. God Willing, by 2013, TAC will have nation wide presence and greater responsibilty.

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Desirable parameters of TAC campus

a. Suitably located to attract quality

teachers.

b. Conveniently accessable to donors,

sponsors and volunteers.

c. Central to current beneficiaries.

d. Adequate in size to support extra

curricular education and future expansion.

suitable localities
SUITABLE LOCALITIES
  • Faisal Town
  • Model Town Extension
  • Model Town
  • Jauhar Town ( Closer to Akbar Chowk )
brief history
BRIEF HISTORY
  • First application to LDA - Jul 2000
  • Second application to LDA - Apr 2001
  • Letter from LDA - Aug 2001
  • Reply Letter to District Nazim

Mr. Amir Mahmood- Dec 2002

  • Open market and open auction out of reach.
  • Can afford to pay lease money with comfort.
  • DC rate price----size may have to be curtailed due to price per kanal viz availabilty of funds.
state of funds sep 1998 apr 2004
STATE OF FUNDSSep 1998 –Apr 2004
  • As of 14 April2004 Pak Rupees

a. In bank( Saving account) 2,382,643

b. In bank ( Term deposit ) 6,000,000

c. NIT certificates 1,051,450

Total: 9,434,093

  • Minimum of Rs. 4 million must be kept in reserve for one year operational cost and unforeseen.
  • Remaining Rs: 5.4 million available for preferred lease option or purchase of land at one third cost of DC rate (as per rule) and commencement of construction phase.

** Each year 50 new sponsors are required in addition to retention of old sponsors / donors.