Shikshan reaches out to government schools

A Shikshan volunteer help government schoolchildren in Bengaluru learn computers and English.
A Shikshan volunteer help government schoolchildren in Bengaluru learn computers and English.

Most of the teachers in public (government) schools in Bengaluru only taught and interact in Kannada.

This put the children at a great disadvantage, given that private schools equipped kids with English and technology skills.

Thus was Shikshan born with the sole intention of providing English and computer education to government school students, so that they can enjoy a level playing field and be competent in the future.

Earlier this April, Vinod and three of his friends decided to personally assess a few government schools to see what was lacking and how they could help.

For more details, read: Deccan Chronicle 

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