Students from Wynberg Allen School start a rural problem identification campaign

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eNewsDesk Bureau   


15 member team of students from Wynberg Allen School from Mussoorie began a campaign with an objective to identify problems being faced by villagers and their solutions from Nautha village, on Saturday.

The students interacted with villagers and gathered information about the problems being faced by the villagers especially the students from the school that is being termed as economically backward in the region.

The students conducted a survey in Nautha village and through a newly formed Economic Society started looking for ways to strengthen the economic and educational aspects of the students.

The student member of the team Dipaansh said that they are studying from long time in Wynberg Allen School and thought that the time has come to understand the problems and find their solutions here on priority basis. He said that villagers during the campaign will be informed about hygiene and cleanliness and they would distribute the health material here. The students after understanding the problems will try to find solutions on priority basis. Harshit Chauhan, Priyadarshi Mishra, Atul Boss, Amisha, Shraddha, Ishika, and the mentor Mamta Pundir and others were present on the occasion.