Save Our Students!
In 2017, Oasis published a booklet called ‘Exam ki Aisi ki Taisi’ (To hell with Exams). Soon after the publication, Oasis began with 1-hour sessions for school students who are to appear in Board Exams. In these sessions, trained volunteers interact with students about dealing with pressure of studies and exams, and not to be disheartened by results. Students understand the importance of hard work, and promise to focus on their talents, hidden potential. Series of sessions, awareness rallies & events under the movement aim to save lives.
We’re alive for a reason.
Never ever give up.
~ Joyce Meyer
There is nothing like failure in this world
if you keep learning and trying.
~ John Wooden
Straight from the heart
“Exams are just outcome of our hard work. So, passing or failing is not important but how much new we learnt is the important matter.”
“We don’t get similar marks in every subject but working more on the subject which we are more interested will give good result.”
“Due to this session, my fear of exams went away. I feel a lot more relaxed. Thanks to Oasis for talking about this issue.”
“Now, I challenge Exams that however difficult you are, but I will pass you.”
“We don’t need to be afraid of exams. Just face them and succeed them. And I will prove to those who frighten us of exams the importance of how failures are stepping stones to success.”
“It will be very good if these sessions are conducted in every school. We come to know so many things with it.”
“The experience was beautiful. Even I was a scared kid; even I faced the same issues as these kids did. And speaking my heart out there made me feel like I really made a difference. I wish to keep on doing it.”
“I was very apprehensive about doing my first session of AKT. I was worried that the students would not listen to me. However, I felt a sense of happiness and satisfaction when I interacted with the children. It is an experience I will never forget. Just knowing that I might have helped one child to feel less anxiety and stress is satisfying.”
“The students who were scoring low in studies told me in the end, “Didi, we are also useful persons and definitely we will do something in our life. Thank you, for coming.” I was so happy.”
“This project turned out to be very useful to children. It gave me satisfaction of helping those children who feel suffocated under tension, who go into depression or even think of suicide. With such sessions many children can be saved.”