Thalir Thiran Thittam’s Hindi version Tim Tim Taare was piloted in a few schools in Rajasthan in the last academic year in collaboration with the organisation Akshayapatra. Following the encouraging feedback and reception, the programme will be implemented on a large scale from this academic year onwards. To begin with, TTT has been implemented in Rajsamand and Udaipur districts in 10 model schools in the last three months under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan programme. The Principal of Saint Meera School in Nathdwara says, “Tim Tim Tara lessons assiduously teach simple things to children which we very often fail to teach them in life.”
Under the National Secondary Education Movement (Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan) in Rajasthan, Vivekananda Model Higher Secondary Schools cater to students of standards 6-12; and Adarsh Schools cater to students of standards 1-12. These schools aim to provide quality education to children in the rural sector. Tim Tim Tare was piloted in a model school in Kherwara in Udaipur District. A teacher driven model was conducted on October 26, 2015.
On 11.12.2015 a peer teaching model session was handled by one of the students. Learning about the impact these experiments had, Principal Secretary of School Education to the Government of Rajasthan, with a view to implementing Tim Tim Tare throughout the state issued an order on 19 January 2016 to launch the same in 71 model schools and 1340 Adarsh schools. Following that, an MoU has been signed between Aparajitha Foundation and the Government of Rajasthan. Training will be provided to teachers to impart life skills education programme Tim Tim Tare.