An NGO provides pupils in government schools with 60k notebooks.

After the Sangamesh pandemic, enrollment at government schools has increased in Hubballi . Many parents of such students are still struggling to make ends meet .

After the Covid-19 pandemic, Sangamesh.MenasinakaiHubballi: After the Sangamesh pandemic, enrollment at government schools has increased in Hubballi, as in every other city.Many parents of such students are still struggling to make ends meet and are finding it difficult to buy their children's notebooks.The Rajat Ullagaddimath Foundation has developed a Vidyarthi Mitra program to assist students of government schools and their parents.Suvarna Kallakuntla, Shahazman Mujahid, and Sandil Kumar, the foundation's office bearers, said that Hubballi's urban familia suffered a significant financial crisis during and after the epidemic.

We all know the frustration that we must face these students and their parents.To alleviate their burden, we offered at least some notebooks, they said.Prakash Kuratti and Laxman Gaddi said that they first consulted teachers at government schools and collected data of students.According to the teachers, each student will need at least six notebooks.

They said that we have details of 10,000 students who need books and that we will be giving them 60,000 notebooks as of now.Rajat Ullagaddimath, the founder of the foundation, said that many of his associates have generously supported the project.We've already mobilized Rs 9.7 lakh, as of today.On June 6, Srishail Jagadguru Channasiddharam Panditaradhya Shivacharya Mahaswamiji of Srisailam inaugurated the program, which will continue for another week.

The Vidyarthi Mitra initiative, according to Nagaraj Katigar, whose son is attending Ashok Nagar Government School, is beneficial to the lower middle class and poor families.I was considering buying some low-quality notebooks for my son at a lower cost.Nonetheless, this program has offered us high-quality notebooks, he said.