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Nalsar students take up responsibility of educating orphans

Nalsar students take up responsibility of educating orphans
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Six students from CMS Nalsar, Sruthi, Nikitha, Manish, Nitish, Ananya and Shilpa, who are in their first year, have taken up the responsibility of...

Amberpet: Six students from CMS Nalsar, Sruthi, Nikitha, Manish, Nitish, Ananya and Shilpa, who are in their first year, have taken up the responsibility of educating children from the orphanage. ‘Save all reach all" is about the different ways, the land we live on is polluted by several factors, basic sanitation and gender sensitization.

The aim was to sensitize children on the rising levels of pollution, on how to choose the right career path by conducting different games. The group of 6 say they want to be ambassadors of change and provide regular awareness to the children

“There are many NGO’s who could spread awareness about these issues, but we wanted to take ideas from these children. This in turn engages them in thinking a little harder about the important issues to take responsibility, educate their friends, and also become the fore runners curbing issues related to this, the country is facing.”

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