BENGALURU: The Namma Mitra Foundation is planning to conduct a cell phone repair training camp and planting of samplings around the City in the coming weeks
The foundation has been working towards setting up medical camps in remote villages across Karnataka regions. Recently, it installed the solar grid in Banadur village which powers street lights and provides 70 houses with sufficient electricity for lighting and charging.
The fonder of Namma Mitra Foundtion, Dr Seemma Saadikha said “Planting of saplings are a regular feature of Namma Mitra though which children are being encouraged to plant trees and take care of them.”
“I am very happy that an E-Learning Program has been introduced for the students and they are getting a chance at higher and quality education as compared to the prevailing system, which is limited to class 5. We will be organizing many more helpful activities in the coming months,” she added.
The cell phone repair training camp will be conducted to impart hands-on practical experience. All infrastructures like study materials, kits and other equipment will be provided for free to the students so that they can start their own business.
Another online initiative by Namma Mitra called E-Shala is being introduced with all the content in Kannada and English, which makes it easier for the children to learn and understand all subjects for classes 5 to 10. “The e-learning facility will not only help the children in Bandur but also students and dropouts in surrounding villages with an opportunity to continue their studies,” added Saadikha.