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Study camp at Mahbubnagar godsent for Govt students

Study camp at Mahbubnagar godsent for Govt students
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The 30-day camp A to provide rigorous academic coaching to Class X Government school students culminated on an inspiring note on Friday Suhani...

The 30-day camp A to provide rigorous academic coaching to Class X Government school students culminated on an inspiring note on Friday stu2 Suhani Dewra The last day of the 30-day camp held at Mahbubnagar for Class X students of Government schools culminated on an inspiring note with speakers like scientist Thallada Bhaskar and IAS Udaya Lakshmi educating the young ones about the power they hold to make world a better place. Thallada Bhaskar, senior scientist at Indian Institute of Petroleum (IIP), Dehradun, whose recent research findings say plastic can be recycled to obtain petroleum, recollected his student's days which were full of hardships and spoke about how he overcame all the difficulties with determination. The narration filled the student with hope for a bright future. Post talk, students posed questions to him if his research was a sheer accident.
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To the Commissioner of Social Welfare, Udaya Lakshmi, students posed questions such as what was the role of an IAS officer in the development of the country. She explained how an IAS officer looks after proper execution of various schemes the Government designs for its public. Organised by Vandemataram Foundation, a group that works in the field of education, the students were camped at Jeeyar Integrated Vedic Academy (JIVA). The idea was to give intensive coaching to Class X students to prepare them for SSC board exams. Around 150 students from various Government school were brought here on February 14 and were given rigorous training in all the subjects. "The camp helped me understand the importance of systematic study. The classes on grammar and Maths were very useful to me," said L Bhaskar. "Back home in Kotthur, I had many commitments to make apart from studying. There was household work too. But here, at the camp, I can pay undivided attention to studies," said T Kavya of Zilla Parishad High School, Kotthur.
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