Group of Old Students of Government Schools Are on a Mission: This is What They Do

Group of Old Students of Government Schools Are on a Mission: This is What They Do

A group of young people are on a mission to decorate government schools in the coastal districts with vibrant paintings and give basic amenities in order to save them and make them appear appealing. This has been made possible by the initiative of the group “Make Some1 Smile-Helping Hand,” whose members predominately attended schools where Kannada was the primary language. The group selects a different school building each year and develops a distinctive and imaginative theme for it as part of the school project “Make It Colourful.”

It involves painting, furniture donations, and other things. The group was established six years ago and has more than 100 members. Every year, the organisation choses two schools for improvement. This year, it was decided to paint a three-dimensional KSRTC Airavat bus on the entire Government Upper Primary School in Pillya, Belthangady.  Prior to that, the group painted a painting of a train bogie on the Government Higher Primary School at Gummetthu, in Idu village, in Karkala taluk.

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