Things look up for Save Government Schools campaign
There is some movement on the Save-Government-Schools campaign. Anil Shetty, lead campaigner of the initiative has now got a positive response from the Department of Education (Primary and Secondary Education) who has accepted his letter requesting to implement the State Education Policy with few suggestions.
‘Missed Call Campaign’ to save govt schools
Urging the state government to save government schools from closure and to also frame a comprehensive education policy for the state, Sri Durga Friends Club president Prakash Anchan and Anil Shetty from Bengaluru have initiated ‘Missed Call Campaign’…
It’s an ‘F’: Report rakes government schools over coals
Mr Anil Shetty, lead campaigner, #SaveGovtSchools, believes there’s a reason why little is being done to improve the government schools. With prominent politicians of nearly all parties running private schools in the state, successive governments have deliberately neglected their own schools, he claims.
2 lakh support drive to save govt schools
The ‘Save the government schools’ campaign has garnered the support of two lakh people.
‘Missed Call Movement’ to save government school
Bantwal: “Give miss call.. Join hands to save government school” is the message getting shared on social networks.
Anil Shetty, Lead campaigner of Save Govt School campaign hosted a special screening of “ Sarkari Hi PraShaale, Kasaragodu”
Anil Shetty, Lead campaigner of Save Govt School campaign hosted a special screening of “ Sarkari Hi PraShaale, Kasaragodu” movie along with director RishabShetty and donated computers to government schools at Orion East Mall in Banasavadi area.
Campaign calls for citizen action to save govt schools
A campaign in Bengaluru is seeking to save government schools, many of which are on the verge of closure. A political leader is spearheading it, with some singers and filmmakers supporting the cause. The campaigners released a ‘save government schools anthem’ in Kannada last week, performing it at an event on Church Street. It was sung by Vasu Dixit with…