Around 100 school children from From 17 tribal dominated districts will showcase their paintings on the theme “my dream school” in a photo essay event
Bhubaneswar: Government in Odisha has been lauded for their efforts and commitment towards improving education and health. However, there are a lot of things to do in order to close the gaps in education in our state. Making school education that children want, will create an environment where all children will love to read and play.
Today in a photo essay titled “reels of real struggle”, children from 17 tribal dominated districts who study at government elementary schools have showcased their art pieces on the theme “my dream school”.
The photos narrated everyday struggles and stories of hope of children in accessing quality education even after 10 years of implementation of Right to Education Act and thus they have painted their own dream schools that needs government attention to actualise the need of the children.
Organised by Odisha Shramajeebee Manch (OSM) and Mahila Shramajeebee Manch, Odisha (MSMO), the children had made the drawings during the month-long campaign on education and health of the Sangathans. Similarly, school children from Bhubaneswar slums and city based BJEM School students also took part in a painting workshop to encourage these children.
Eminent Actor and Chairman, Mo College Mr Akash Das Nayak inaugurated the exhibition.
Among others, Author and painter Mr Sailaja Rabi, OSM Convener Anjan Pradhan, were present and applauded the efforts of the school children for their creative endeavours.