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Doordarshan features Art of Giving prog

ENARADA, Bengaluru, February 14, 2016

The country’s national television-Doordarshan featured an exclusive programme about the Kurubarahalli Government school kids who have created a sensation with their unique concept-Waste to Art.

In an exclusive programme that was broadcast on Sunday (February 14) as Valentine’s Day special, DD showed in detail as to how the kid’s mission was an example to be emulated across the country and was in tune with the Prime Minister’s ‘Swachha Bharat Mission’.

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The programme was aired on Doordarshan Chandana on Sunday,February 14 at 12 noon.

The G-school students have been stopping people throwing thrash and surprising them by offering gifts made out of thrash.
In fact, it was their style of educating litter bugs in Bengaluru for transforming Namma Bengaluru from Garbage to Garden city. To begin with, Kurubarahalli School students visited dark spots and collected waste. This waste was taken to their classroom and converted into art, and gifted back to the litter bugs.

The students say the new revolution is part of their ‘Art of Giving’ mission to clean up Bengaluru.

The students were inspired by KIIT and KISS founder Dr Achyuta Samanta’s social project-Art of Giving which inspires everyone to give back something to the society. Under the guidance of 1984-85 batch alumni of Government High School, Police Colony (GHSPC), the students have learnt the concept of converting ‘Waste to Wealth’.

Plz watch, like and share the video that was broadcasted on Doordarshan Chandana.

Waste to Wealth.

The students were inspired by KIIT and KISS founder Dr Achyuta Samanta’s social project-Art of Giving which inspired us to give back something to the society. Under the guidance of 1984-85 batch alumni of Government High School, Police Colony (GHSPC), the students have learnt the concept of Waste to Wealth.

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