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MMBG free camp for students concludes in Tirupati
Make My Baby Genius (MMBG) Foundation, party of MMBG School, has organised a free camp for students at Khadinagar here on Sunday.
Tirupati: Make My Baby Genius (MMBG) Foundation, party of MMBG School, has organised a free camp for students at Khadinagar here on Sunday.
As many as 700 students took part in the camp. Speaking on the occasion, MMBG Director Sangaraju Bhaskara Raju students were trained in 18 activities like yoga, pranayama, vedic maths, music and drawing.
He exhorted parents to encourage their children not only in studies but also in extra and co-circular activities. Andhra Pradesh Un-Aided Schools' Managements' Association district general secretary N Vishwanatha Reddy, writer Eluru Vengappa and Dhanunjay Reddy gave away certificates to 467 students, who participated in the camp.