Broken syntax water tank<br />Feel<br />wash rooms which were not cleaned and were in a dire state<br />No shelter for dining<br />
Imagine<br />We decided to replace the broken syntax water tank and make the washrooms usable. To provide a shelter for dining.<br />In this regard student ambassadors visited local M.L.A., Honorable Member of Legislative Assembly, Serilingampally constituency, to discuss about the issues in the Govt. School and requested him for his support and invited him to be a part of this noble cause and gave him a letter. The copy of the same was sent to the D.E.O of Rangareddy District and M.E.O., of Serilingampally.<br />
Implementation week<br />September 27th to October 3rd<br />The joy of giving <br />
Do<br /> Day 1<br />Before<br />washing<br />The Joy of giving week commenced with the acid wash of the rest rooms of the Government Upper Primary School MasidBunda, Kondapur.<br />After washing<br />
Day 2<br />Do<br />An awareness campaign was conducted on cleanliness and personal hygiene and followed by a power point presentation.<br />j<br />
Do<br />Day 3<br />Work started with the replacement of the syntax water tank which required plumbing work. The core team supervisedthe work.<br />Broken syntax tank<br />New 1000 lt. syntax water tank<br />
Do<br />Day 4<br />Jain Heritage children<br />The core team along with other students went to the Government Upper Primary School and cleaned up the area allotted for dining with the help of children of Government Upper Primary School.<br />Govt. school children<br /> Working together.<br />
Work started for dining shelter with the help of the school supporting staff.<br />Do<br />Day 5<br />Before<br />After<br />
Day 6<br />Closing ceremony of the joy of giving week ended with the inauguration of the dining space, by the Honorable M.L.A. of Serilingampally constituency and the students of JHCS distributed sweets to the Government Upper Primary School children. Thus ending the week long program on a sweet note.<br />
I felt very sorry for the government school children because they were sitting on the floor….<br /> ……. Divija<br />It was very alarming to see the poor facilities the students were provided. It was very hearting-wrenching . It made me feel vulnerable towards them and made me want to help them…..<br /> ….Seetamsani<br />Children views<br />I felt very sorry for them because they don’t even have glasses to drink water. ….<br /> ……..Dinky<br />
Seeing …changed our sympathy into empathy and doing brought a change in our perceptive that giving is joy…….<br />Miss Sitamsani IX<br />Miss Trisula IX<br />Miss Divija VI<br />Miss Dinky VI<br />Miss Marnali VIII<br />Master Roshan VII<br />The Team<br />
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