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The democracy of India gives the right to education to every citizen of the country but unfortunately not every child is lucky enough to go to school Seeing the importance of education a group of 30 YUVAites have decided to go across the city imparting basic education to the children in the slum areas They started off with this initiative from the slum area near the Sabarmati Powerhouse area An approx of 60 70 children were identified in the vicinity of the slum area in the age group of 2years 16 years The YUVAites taught those children basic languages mathematics and art depending upon their age group This was the first week of the teaching session and now it would be implemented on a weekly basis for the betterment of the slum children

The democracy of India gives the right to education to every citizen of the country, but unfortunately not every child is lucky enough to go to school. Seeing the importance of education, a group of 30 YUVAites have decided to go across the city, imparting basic education to the children in the slum areas. They started off with this initiative from the slum area near the Sabarmati Powerhouse area. An approx of 60-70 children were identified in the vicinity of the slum area, in the age group of 2years-16 years. The YUVAites taught those children, basic languages, mathematics and art depending upon their age group. This was the first week of the teaching session and now it would be implemented on a weekly basis for the betterment of the slum children.

The democracy of India gives the right to education to every citizen of the country, but unfortunately not every child is lucky enough to go to school. Seeing the importance of education, a group of 30 YUVAites have decided to go across the city, imparting basic education to the children in the slum areas. They started off with this initiative from the slum area near the Sabarmati Powerhouse area. An approx of 60-70 children were identified in the vicinity of the slum area, in the age group of 2years-16 years. The YUVAites taught those children, basic languages, mathematics and art depending upon their age group. This was the first week of the teaching session and now it would be implemented on a weekly basis for the betterment of the slum children.

The democracy of India gives the right to education to every citizen of the country, but unfortunately not every child is lucky enough to go to school. Seeing the importance of education, a group of 30 YUVAites have decided to go across the city, imparting basic education to the children in the slum areas. They started off with this initiative from the slum area near the Sabarmati Powerhouse area. An approx of 60-70 children were identified in the vicinity of the slum area, in the age group of 2years-16 years. The YUVAites taught those children, basic languages, mathematics and art depending upon their age group. This was the first week of the teaching session and now it would be implemented on a weekly basis for the betterment of the slum children.

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