November 29, 2022
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Sandhya additionally teaches youngsters people dance and music in the course of the lessons.

Coimbatore:

Sandhya, the primary and solely graduate of Chinnampathy tribal village in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore, has stepped as much as replenish the academic void within the lives of youngsters brought on by the shutting down of faculties as a result of COVID-induced lockdown.

The BCom graduate is doing her bit by offering free lessons to the kids of her village.

“Earlier, very few were interested but soon more children joined classes. They are now much more interested in learning,” Sandhya informed ANI.

Sandhya additionally teaches youngsters people dance and music in the course of the lessons.

She additional stated, “I am the only graduate from the settlement. Most of the children here stop studies after completing elementary or middle school as the families cannot afford to send them to school.”

“I am taking regular classes for all subjects. There is a primary level school in the village and the government provides all the facilities. But due to lack of awareness, there are many school dropouts in the village,” she added.

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