A nurturing environment

"Because there is no boundary wall, goats & cows eat our flowers and plants". - Lija Rani, Class 4

The headmaster Parsuram Mishra and students of the Amaghat primary school, Tileibani block in Deogarh want to make the school environment beautiful but are unable to do so. Every year the students diligently plant flowering plants to make the environment beautiful and apt for blossoming minds but the cattle eat them all, which is why a boundary wall is essential.

CTA: Community Correspondnet Dashrathi Behera requests you to please call Bhakta Charan Pradhan, district project officer of Total literacy campaign in Amaghat - Deogarh district -Odisha on +91-9437131485 and help us build the students a safe zone they can nurture in.

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