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The school is closed because of Corona. Children in remote areas are also bereft of online education. In such a situation, seeing the children of the village getting away from studies, Anamika, a student of class VIII, has herself become a teacher. 13-year-old Anamika is teaching the children of the village every day. She hails from Atapadi village, a tribal village in Palakkad district, Kerala.
Anamika studies in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
Anamika used to study in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya. She returned to the village after the lockdown. He saw that like him, the rest of the children also had neither smartphones nor electricity for online classes. In such a situation, Anamika decided to teach the children. He built a small classroom with the help of his father and named this class as the smart class of my village.
Also provides education in Yoga, Horticulture and Personal Hygiene
Made of plastic board. Initially she went door-to-door to teach the children and asked them to come to class. Gradually, the children started joining. Anamika knows English, Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil and German languages she has learned in her school. Apart from this, Anamika also teaches yoga, gardening and personal hygiene to children.