Trend to teach slum children on the rise A number of educated youth are coming forward to share time with deprived children in slums and impart them some basic life skills.

Members of Rotary Club teach slum children about health related issues.
Members of Rotary Club teach slum children about health related issues.

Sharing their time and knowledge with less privileged, youngsters in Amritsar volunteering to turn teachers in their spare time has been a trend on the rise.

The idea is quite simple, to exchange the concepts of life skills and be a part of the change in lives of children from slum areas, who otherwise don’t have much access to alternative education.

One such young student-turned-teacher is Mankirat Singh, an MA psychology student of the GNDU.

For more details, read: The Tribune

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