Nidhhi Agerwal teaches govt schoolchildren in Banjara Hills
Nidhhi Agerwal, an upcoming national and regional actor, taught simple lessons through a text, visual and display format from Level 1 of the English...
Banjara Hills: Pegasystems software company and Teach For Change, an NGO that specialises in training primary and high school students in English language education, leadership skills and digital literacy, on Thursday roped in noted actress Nidhhi Agerwal as a guest teacher for a day, as part of the Pega Teach For Change Program. The actor conducted an English-speaking session and some fun activities to engage with Grade 3 students at the Government Primary School in Banjara Hills.
Nidhhi Agerwal, an upcoming national and regional actor, taught simple lessons through a text, visual and display format from Level 1 of the English language curriculum currently being taught to the students. amplifying the initiative's philosophy of holistic development. The actor emphasised the need to dream big and elaborated on her passion as a child to become an actor which translated into a successful career journey. She also answered questions from the curious group of students and pledged her commitment to support and promote the Pega Teach For Change programme.
"We are thrilled to have Nidhhi support our cause by committing time with children, part of Pega Teach For Change-supported government schools. It reflects that anyone can become a changemaker. Her presence amplifies our message of ensuring quality education for all, and government school students must have access to the right educational quality," said Suman Reddy, MD, Pegasystems India.
Commenting on this initiative, Chaitanya MRSK, founder, Teach for Change, said "Pega Teach For Change volunteers are the backbone of the impact being made across India. We want to empower every government school student to access quality education from the grassroot level, regardless of their family's income."