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Nov 23, 2006

Making a difference
Monday November 20 2006 09:03 IST

When the 452 students of Government Primary School, Lalaguda, left the school on Saturday afternoon, they were satisfied that it had been a day very happily spent.

Tired after an energetic session of singing and dancing and enjoying attention, they did not realise that a new beginning had been made in their student life.

It was celebration of Child Rights Week by Do Karma Movement of the Do Karma Foundation, in an initiative to empower underprivileged children.

The movement has adopted seven government schools in alliance with Naandi Foundation for a period of one year.

The goal is to assist while ensuring children learn activities in these government schools for the next one year so the dropout rate is checked.

The programme included drawing and painting competition for the school children, a sing-along with ‘Big Indian’ Ayush Maheshwari, the brain behind the movement, and a small skit by the schoolchildren.

The foundation aims to help bonding among the employees of various software companies and their families through community work outside the workplace.

    

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