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Teachers Visit a Bridge Everyday to Create a Classroom for Children of Migrant Workers Stuck at India’s Lockdown

For months during the ordeal, India’s people woke up to information concerning the plight of labourers.

Stranded due to lockdown limitations and the absence of conveniences in their way home brought us stories of anguish.

On the other hand, heroes were spurred by the information.

Underneath the bridge at the state of Kerala, a sight awaits.

Under the bridge, teachers are available engrossed with pupils of all ages.

Now that temporary ‘house’ is doubling up as a classroom, due to its committed educators of St. John Bosco’s UP College.

Courses started starting online, and After the government ordered schools to shut, the educators realized that some kids would discontinue their schooling if the problem persisted, and had no way to attend courses.

Equipped with drawing places and notebooks, also the school — Shamiya Baby, Neema Thomas and Susan Mable — along with three educators headmistress Elizabeth Fernandez, came to the rescue. Since the start of June, when courses began, these educators going to educate the kids and have been downloading courses.

‘In addition, they carry masks, sweets and biscuits to the young children daily,” reports Mathrubhumi News.

As technology seeps to the schooling sector, stories such as this serve to highlight the indisputable value of individual instructors –and their kindness… Priceless.

We applaud physicians and our health workers, but let us spare a thought for the teachers that keep the lamp of trust brightly of society lit inside hearts and the heads of its citizens.

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