Balamela held

Kushalnagar: Students should develop interest in science and technology, said Basavanahalli Morarji Desai Residential School Principal K V Suresh.

Speaking at the Bala mela organised by American-India Foundation at Basavanahalli Government High School, he said along with the curriculam students must gain additional knowledge on science and computer.

Guddehosur Gram Panchayat President B C Mallikarjuna said “such melas provide suitable platform for the students to unveil their talents.”

Head teacher R Mehaboobakhan said to provide quality education to the students, such melas are being organised.

Exhibition on science and technology, bio technology, computer, coins were held. Children gave information on telescope to the villagers. 

-DHNS

The Hindu Young World Fest

The HinduYoung World Fest 2009 concluded at the Town Hall here on Tuesday with the Delhi Public School, Mangalore erstwhile MRPL School emerging as overall champions. The school bagged the first place in Indian Classical and Folk Dances, and the third place in Western Dance.
 
The two days mega event was organised by The Hindu Newspaper, Mangalore in association with the Corporation Bank.

The event attracted teams from Udupi, Chikmagalur and Kodagu and Dakshina Kannada districts.

 Results for Kodagu team:

Debate: Pramod Anchi  & Gautham, Sainik School, Kodagu(winners);

Best outstation team: SDM English Medium School, Ujire (winners) and Sainik School, Kodagu (runners-up).

– Daijiworld.com

December launch for Madhyamik shiksha abhiyan in Kodagu

Madikeri: Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA), aimed at expanding and improving the standards of secondary education, involving classes IX and X in the current year, will be introduced in Kodagu in December, according to information gathered from the Department of Education here.

The department has forwarded a proposal, involving Rs. 13.24 crore to be spent under the RMSA, to the State Government, which, in turn, has forwarded it to the Union Government seeking funds, a source in the Department has said.

The RMSA is expected to take secondary education to every nook and corner of the district.

Earlier, the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan was taken up by the Centre to popularise elementary education. Consequently, a need was felt for strengthening secondary education infrastructure in the country, the source said.

The programme aims to “universalise secondary education”. It would also ensure that no child was deprived of secondary education owing to gender bias, socio-economic conditions, disability and other barriers.

The vision is to make available quality secondary education, accessible and affordable to all in the age group of 14 to 16. The goal is expected to be achieved by 2017.

 -The Hindu