Monthly Meeting

We meet every 3rd Sunday from 11 AM to 1.30 PM at Upper Ashankur Hall , Holy Family Church , Andheri East.
Meet us there to join us!

Sunday, July 16, 2017

AGNI volunteers conducting English speaking class

Good Morning everyone,

I hope you all are having a great day as today is the best day of the week "SUNDAY" as most of us have holiday. I won't bore you with long post. So here are the pics of the volunteers during English speaking class at Gundowli Municipal School. We are glad that these India's future generation are enjoying their sessions with these super talented volunteers. You all must be thinking that why did I call the volunteers as Super Talented. Right? Well, a teacher can only understand how much you need to be patient and  creative to keep so many children at peace and yet teach them and make them understand. Our volunteers are all from different profession and still you can see in these following pics how nicely they are teaching these kids.

Thanks a lot for stopping by. Do leave some encouraging words for our volunteers.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Municipal Education volunteers at Gundowli Municipal School

Hi all here are the pics of the Volunteers who had taken English speaking classes at Gundavali Municipal School on Sat 08th July, 2017.

Do leave some encouraging words for them. soon shall upload the ongoing class pics.

AGNI's Municipal Education Group works for the betterment of infrastructure in Municipal Schools. Ms. Dandamudi Madhuri representing AGNI K East JAAG, Mrs. Kshyama Kulkarni from H West Ward, Mr. Rajkumar from M East & West Ward and Rodney D'souza met Deputy Municipal Commissioner (Education) Mr. Dhamne at Dadar Hindu Colony Office. Mr. Dhamne appreciated all the work done by AGNI volunteers.

Friday, March 28, 2014

AGNI Volunteers on IBN Lokmat channel's Youngistan Zindabad Show on MP duties

With elections around the corner, IBN Lokmat channel had an Election Special episode on their Youngistan Zindabad show.The show specifically dealt on understanding MP duties. A group of spirited youngsters were asked what their understanding was about duties of MPs. Most of them said that they were unhappy with the way MPs are functioning as basic infrastructural needs like good roads, water and electricity supply etc. are not being met with. AGNI volunteer James John informed them that MPs have only one duty and that is making laws. He said that issues pertaining to bad roads, water supply etc., ought to be dealt with the local Municipal Corporation and that you cannot judge the MPs based on these issues. He asked if anyone knew the Lok Sabha attendance of the MPs. Do they ask questions in the Lok Sabha.? There is a procedure that they need to follow; are they following it or just marking their attendance there? Mr. James John further said that you can get these information on the Lok Sabha website and it keeps record of all work done in your area and the funds utilized. He said that the questions we should ask are not about bad roads but about policy changes like education policies, women's safety, health care for senior citizens etc. He said we are not very informed voters and hence it is our duty to study about the candidates and vote or opt for No Vote.

Watch the video here: