‘Vayanappura’, where girls have a free learning space
At a time when on-line lessons have turn into the brand new regular, discovering a correct learning space for round 30 youngsters below one roof is a problem.
The Free Birds Home for Girls in Kozhikode, similar to some other youngsters’s residence, was dealing with this problem all via the final tutorial 12 months when it needed to discover space for youngsters in several lessons to attend their lessons on-line. But not any extra.
A newly constructed ‘Vayanappura’ within the compound has been thrown open to the youngsters right here forward of the brand new tutorial 12 months. The Vayanappura was constructed below the aegis of a non-governmental organisation ‘Arm of Joy’ during the last 10 months at a value of ₹12 lakh supplied by an expatriate couple Rajesh and Mumtaz as a present from their twins Abner and Adrith.
The new development, which resembled a conventional Kerala home, consists of an open courtyard with seating preparations round it, a lengthy verandah additionally with seating preparations, in addition to a sensible room.
The sensible room that may accommodate round 40 youngsters, is supplied with a sensible TV, a desktop laptop, and projectors powered by web and cable TV connections. The desks and benches have been in-built concrete and there are areas for the youngsters to maintain their baggage and books. The well-lit room could possibly be used as a mini library as properly, as soon as the proposed bookshelves and books discover place right here.
“This is the biggest project we have undertaken so far. We know the difficulties faced by parents in homes with only two children, when both have online classes to attend. We can imagine the chaos a similar situation would cause in a children’s home. “‘Vayanappura’ is a solution to this problem”, Anoop Gangadharan, managing trustee of ‘Arm of Joy’ mentioned.
The official inauguration of ‘Vayanappura’ shall be held after the lockdown.