Success Stories on Education & Child Rights

A Case Study of “Bapujee Sishu Sangha”, Kirkita.

The irregularities of the teachers in our project area are common issues. These irregularities of teachers in the school often creating problem in  the school in a regular basis. Among the problem main issues which became common are indiscipline in the school, irregularities of MDM, lack of quality education, interference of others in the school administration etc. Due to absenteeism and irresponsibility of teachers many incidence are happening, among them on 30th of July one incident was occurred which is very much condemnable for the child Rights. 

On 30th of July 2012 the Head Master of Kirkita Project U.P. School Mr. Bishikeshan jagat was absent in his duty. In such situation Mr. Thabira Majhi, S/o-Rupsing Majhi(SMC Chairman) came to school having full of drink(alcohol) and entered to the classroom where class 2 to class 4 were set. Immediately after entering to the class room he asked numbers of question to the children and the children became nervous and could not able to answer the question which he asked. Unfortunately he started biting to the children with a stick. When some of the children raised voice he said that he was instructed by the head Master concerned of the school to bite the children. After this incidence others teachers and villagers gather in the class room and saw that most of the children in the class room were bitten and seen injured. Looking at the difficulties the children clubs of the village “Bapujee Sishu Sangha” wrote a letter to the SMC and submitted a copy to the BRCC of School, Lokadrusti chief functionaries on this happening. As per the letter the SMC of the Kirkita project U.P. school set together and submitted a application to the O.I.C., Khariar Police station, BRCC of School, Khariar Block and Secretary Lokadrusti. In this case Mr. Thabira Majhi the criminal was arrested by the Khariar police and booked under session-344 and he is now in jail. Head Master Mr. Bishikeshan Jagat was booked under session 223 and released after one day. Unfortunately the CRCC Mr. Gobardhan Sagria was also suspended on this issue. 

Drinking water facilities could be availed by the initiatives of Child Clubs. 

Drinking water problem is a common phenomenon in almost all the project villages of Lokadrusti. In most of the tube wells either we get iron water or the fluoride water. As a result of which almost all the people are suffering a lot(bone related disease). Looking at the difficulties the Child Club of Anchalpur village and Khamtarai village wrote a application to the B.D.O., Khariar and Junior Engineer RWSS, Khariar to address the issues. Looking at the heavy expenditure on this project B.D.O. & RWSS J.E. tried to negotiate with the district officials. In the mid to fulfill the    immediate requirement the Water tankers was provided to these two villages and the problem of drinking water was eradicated for the summer season. Now the RWSS dept. is in the process of supplying drinking water through pipe water provision.

Involvement of Children Panchayat in Panchayats meeting.

Participation of the children in the Panchayat raj Institution is a milestone in our District. Till date the children are not eligible to sit in the PRI meetings. But due to regular interaction with the PRI members especially the Sarpanchs and Ward Members we could able to make a permanent arrangement in the Panchayat meetings in 3G.P. (Khasbahal, Ranimunda & kirkita) out of 5 G.P. of Khariar Block. Now the Panchayat is sending notice to the Children Panchayat just like their Ward members and listening to them. The Children Panchayat members are now very happy that they are sitting with the PRI members and listening to them. This type of initiation is also appreciated by others 2 panchayats of the project area and they are in the process of involving the children Panchayat in the PRI meetings.    

Availing Birth Certificate

Need of birth certificate is an issues not known by the common people residing in the villages. When the district level children federation training was going on at LCAT, Khariar the trainer asked about the date of birth to the children nobody could able to say their accurate date of birth. Then the question of birth certificate was raised and everybody told that they have no any birth certificate. Then a universal decision was taken to avail the birth certificate. Hence after returning from the two days training programme the Children Panchayats of Ranimunda and Anchalpur wrote a application in the name of Angan Wadi Workers and one copy of it was submitted to the Sarpanchs concerned to supply birth certificate to all the 0-14 years children residing in the villages. This became an issue and immediately Sarpanchs of the concern panchayat called to the AWW and the HW(F) of the entire G.P. and discussed about it. Now the Panchayats and the AWWs are in the process of issuing birth certificate to all the children below-14 years of age.    

CASE STUDY

Khamtarai  is one of the village  of Dujahar Gram Panchayat under Khariar Block. During the year 2011 Lokadrusti in collaboration with the Save the Children organized one Child Club namely Netajee Child Club by involving 30 active children of the village. Staffs from Lokadrusti organized regular meeting with the child clubs and sensitized them on different aspects of child rights and child participation. In the mid Lokadrusti organized one Child Protection committee by involving 18 members from different sources i.e the Teachers, AWW, ASHA, PRI members, SMC Members etc and orient them on different Child rights.  During August-2011 Lokadrusti introduce one suggestion box and the children use to write their issues and drop in the Box. The B.D.O Khariar Mr.Durjodhan Majhi inaugurated  the suggestion box and found that maximum children wrote about their insecurity in the school. As there is no school boundary in the school and there is one damage tube well.  Including this the children also wrote about  the quality education. After inauguration B.D.O. Khariar Block visited the school and found that the demand of the children is true and the children are facing lot of trouble for drinking water and the boundary. During his visit he saw numbers of cow were grazing, the dog were moving and the cow dung were   in the barandha  of the school.

Looking  at the difficulties he assured the children to provide the facilities within the short span of time. But unfortunately this was not happened. The children committee including the CPC members waits for a month and organized one meeting at the village during September and passed a resolution and visited the Block office  by the leadership of Naresh Nial and Kulamani Jagat from Child club and Mr.Rikhiram Majhi and Kasturi Majhi from CPC and shared with the B.D.O. concern.  After meeting with the B.D.O. they have also visited the office of BRCC and the Block Chairman and shared about the issues. 

The visit was successful and within 15 days one tube well was constructed by the RWS& S Dept. and the work order of the School boundary was availed to the SMC. Now the CPC members and the children committee are happy with the co-operation of the B.D.O. concern and the suggestion Box which help them a lot to address their issues.  Now the suggestion box is being opened regularly by the CPC members and tries to resolve the issues of the children with the help of different line departments in regular basis

Case Study -2

Ranimunda Panchyat High School is based at Ranimunda Gram Panchayat Head quarter where the Head Master is use to take Admission fees and the bribe amounting Rs.300/- for supplying cycle to the girl child.  After Launching of the project entitle “Children Alliance for Realisation of Child Rights” supported by Save the Children by Lokadrusti in this village the staffs mobilized the community and sensitized them on different issues and Rights of the children prevail in the Indian constitution and UNCRC. To motivate the community we have adopted different methods like the personal contact, group discussion, village meeting, training, wall writing, hoarding and street play.  After some month of the project implementation this issues can be identified and the Child club of Ranimunda village put it in the Child Protection Committee meetings. The CPC know the fact and enquired to the Head Master. But the HM do not listen it. Than one general meeting was conducted at the village and the CPC along with the Child club members wrote one application to the Chairman NCPCR, New-Delhi and copied it to the OSCPCR, Collector Nuapada and B.D.O. Khariar. After some days the DI of school Nuapada investigate the matter and made a compromise among the villagers, Child club , CPC and the Head Master. The HM concern beg excuse from the community and he assured that from the next year they will not take any fee from any person(s). During admission season of this year it is seen that they have not taken a single paisa from any of the children. 

Child Club gives twist to continue education for 3 children of Tulsipada Village.

Parama Nanda Gheebela
Ahalya Gheebela
Nua Dei Gheebela

Nuadei Gheebela  D/O-Bhagat Ram Gheebela of village Tulsipada of Kirkita Gram Panchayat  was belongs to a poor OBC family. Bhagatram  use to manage his 5 members families by working in the agriculture sector and Govt. NREGA works. His daughter Nuadei also uses to work in private agriculture works as daily wage labour to assist her family. Due to other engagement and distance of school   she became dropout from class 5th during 2008-09. Another one cause of her drop-out was the school was 3 Kms. Away from her village and the road is cover by forest. When our project “Children Alliance for Realization of Child Rights” started during January-2011 she use to participate in the Child Club namely “Ekalaby sishu Sangha” of her village and unanimously she became the Secretary of the Clubs. The clubs use to play, organized different activities like Padayatra/Rally, cleaning of village road and school campus, song competition, dance completion, drawing competition, writing of story, song  etc. These activities attract Nuadei towards education. In the mid time our village level volunteer, Field coordinator and the Adult committee members also motivated the parents of Nuadei to enroll their children in Kirkita U.P.School.  Lastly Nuadei also pressure her par ents and shared about the violation of child Rights. Looking at the interest of the child Nuadei’s father enrolled her child in class VI in the Kirkita Upper Primary school with the help of our village level volunteer Mr.Motiram Gheebela . Now she is going to the school regularly and fell happy. Looking at her two more child Ahalya Gheebela D/o-Belar Singh Gheebela and Paramanand Gheebela S/o-Dhan Sing Gheebela also enrolled in class VI in the same school and attending school regularly.

Child Club of Dharuapada village one step ahead to address the educational  issue:

Dharuapada is one of the village of Kirkita Gram panchyat where there is one Primary School up to class 5th . In this school there are two teachers among them Head Master Dharam Singh Majhi is a drunker one who use to come school occasionally. In this situation our project volunteers and the asst. teachers use to take class of all the 5classes in rotation basis. On 22nd  of August Mr.Dharam Sing Majhi H.M.   came to the school and during closing time lock all the room and take away the key of the school. On 23rd when the teachers and the volunteer came with the children to the school the school they found that the school is lock.

They wait up to 12.00 noon and start classes in the school varandha. In the next day i.e 24th of August-2011 also the Asst. teachers and the village volunteers came to the school and found that till time the HM not came to the school. Then our volunteer called to the SMC members and the Adult Committee members to solve the problem. The SMC , The Adult Committee and the  Child club members sit together and shared the difficulties and reported to the B.D.O. Khariar by personal meeting. B.D.O., Khariar Mr.Mangarj advice the SI of school to investigate the matter and SI of school also visited the village and found that it is true. As the SI of school know about the H.M. he visited the house of H.M. and bring the key to the SMC members. In the next day the school use to function smoothly. 

Success Story of Tanka Rana

  1. Name of the village:        Bankapur
  2. Panchayat:                         Khasbahal
  3. Block:                                  Nuapada
  4. Dist:                                     Nuapada
  5. Name of the child:           Tanka Rana
  6. Age:                                     16                         
  7. Sex:                                      Male
  8. Religion:                             Hindu
  9. Caste:                                  OBC (potters)                    9.a. Sub-caste/ name of tribe (if tribal):
  10. Education of child:           10th                                                    
  11. Disability (if any, please write in detail):  NA
  12.  Details of family members:                                                      
Sl noNameAgeSexEducationWorkAny otherRelationship with child
1Late . Lakshi Rana30MIlliterateDaily Wage labourPassed awayFather
2Nuko Kanda Rana40FIlliterate Begging.Mentally ill.Mother
3       
4       
5       

Tanka Rana belongs to a landless family having no house to stay. After his father’s death his mother became mentally ill and moved village to village with his son. Both of them were living in the school verandah of Bankapur school during night. It was found that Tanka’s mother, because of her psychopathic behavior    caused disturbance to the regular running of the school activities. In this situation the villagers of Bankapur pondered over the alternative place where the mother and son could be settled. There was an abandoned school building in the vicinity of the village. Both mother and son were made to stay there and the school was thus saved from the nuisances caused by the insane mother.

  The (socio-economic-cultural) conditions that forced a child to become a child  labour.

The parents of Tanka use to migrate Raipur of Chhatishgarh regularly for their livelihood. During his working period his father was accidentally dead before 10 years i.e in the year 2003 in Raipur itself. And his mother along with Tanka comes back to home with an empty hand. Mother of Tanka was mentally shocked and became mentally ill immediately after returning to home. The lucked home of them was damaged and they wonder in the village in-search of living place. But unfortunately the villagers also could not help them in this regard. Lastly his mother became a mentally hazard person and the life of Tanka became so critical that it is too difficult for him to arrange a square of mills for both of them. When his mother uses to get normal condition she moves in the village and asked for food for Tanka and herself and they manage hardly. As there was no body to help them in the village the situation became critical and Tanka became abundant child. The situation prevails for three to 4 years and Tanka use to move with her mother from village to village for begging. What they got from the begging they manage from that limited sources. Due to poverty and lack of support Tanka could not able to read in the formal school.  But due to lack of house to stay Tanka and his mother use to stay in different school building in the night. When Tanka’s mother use to go for begging Tanka use to sit in the back side of the school and try to listen the teaching of the teachers.

What were the experiences of the child as a child labor?

Due to poverty Tanka use to work in the village as cow herd and the cow owner use to provide food for them only. This was his bitter experience in his life. When he use to come back from the work he was becoming tired and got a sleep without taking food. His mothers try to awake him in the night and try to feed Tanka. It his routine life of him. 

What supported the child to come out of the situation?

When Lokadrusti started intervention of the Children Alliance for Realization of Child Rights Project the personal involve in the project identify him as a child labour and negotiate with his mother. It was too difficult part for our staff to convince a mentally hazard person and only one source of livelihood for their household. Initially his mother was not agreed. Tanka was confused that he is only one child for her mother and except him no body is there to care his mother. If he will left his mother alone it may be possible that she may run away or may be face accident during her abnormal situation. What so ever she try to adjust his mind and took decision to continue education. Looking at the interest of Tanka the Child Club members, the CPC members, SMC members met to her mother’s several time and motivate her during normal time. Initially she refused to put her child in the school as because she has no any source to provide necessary materials to her child.  The adult members of the village gave assurance that they will provide the dress materials, books and others for her child.  When she understand the need of education and hope for the future she became agree to send her child to the school. Initially the child club members collected some money and purchased dress and others necessary education materials and admitted to him in the Bankapur Upper Primary School. During his schooling Tankas mother use to come school regularly to observe the situation of her child. When she feel that his child is reading well she allow him to continue.

What is happening to the child now?

Now Tanks is reading in class 10th in the nearby School namely Palli Pragati vidyalaya based at village Jamkhunta.

 What are the linkages/ support mechanisms (govt. & non-govt.) extended to the child and her/his family to combat the (socio-economic-cultural) conditions that forced a child to become a child labor.

Till date he has not yet received any help from the Govt. agency. Initially Lokadrusti was giving @Rs.200/- per month for managing his study.

Message from the Child

The Child Tanka is very happy with his performance and he expressed  his gratitude to the Child club members, the Adult members of the village and Lokadrusti personal for helping  and  mainstream him.

Amulya Sabar: – Class VI

Fathers’Name-Satrughan Sabar

Mothers’ Name- Kunti Sabar

Village: – Kotamal, G.P:- Ranimunda

Block- Khariar, District: – Nuapada     

I am Amulya Sabar 11 years old belongs to a tribal family of Kotamal village having a small cottage living with my parents and my elder sister Dhirendri. Due to poverty and lack of employment opportunities my parents along with me use to migrate brick-kiln of Andhra Pradesh in each and every year. In this situation I was unable to continue my education in the formal school of my village. During migration I was a member of “Pathuria System” a labour unit where my parents, I and my elder sister were working. My elder sister and I use to help in making earthen gola and drying bricks. Due to pick hot and lack of proper residential cottage we suffered a lot. The contractor was giving us the broken rice to cook. The market was very much distance from our work site by which we could not purchase any vegetable for cooking. We use to eat the broken rice, salt and the raw chilly in our square of mills. I never expect this type of situation in our life. Due to unhygienic condition and hard work I was frustrated in my life. This was a long experience in my life. I have migrated since long. But the last year situation was too difference from the other years. As usual my parents received the advances from the labour dalal and we start journey during November-2010 to the brick kiln. But the labour dalal took us to Tamilnadu state without informing us. When we reach we know that we are in the Tamilnadu State and the people of Tamilnadu are so critical than the brick kiln owner of Andhra Pradesh. We became the bonded labour there. After completing the job (contract job) we want to back to our home but the brick kiln owner not agreed with this and he forced us to continue the works. We were became hope less. Lastly we could able to got the telephone number of Lokadrusti, Khariar and contact them for rescue us. Fortunately Lokadrusti contacted one of the NGO working in Tamilnadu and with the help of them we were rescued under Section 12 of the Bonded Labour Abolition Act 1976 in April 2011. But due to non availability of job in our villages again we were migrated to Andhra Pradesh in December.

When the migration period over we came back to our home.  In the mid our child club has already identified the migrants families through social mapping. When the migrants’ families back they started mobilization to them to mainstream them in the formal education system. But it was too difficult for them to convince. The children club representatives visited the household of migrants’ families in regular interval and try to convince them. The children group organized their child clubs meeting and invited the CPC members to the meeting and shared about the situation. Than the entire child club members and the CPC members visited the house of me and convinced my parents and able to mainstream me in the formal school. Ms.Bandanamayee Nag facilitates the process and met to the Head Master of Kotamal U.P.School with my parents and enrolled me as per age appropriate classes. Thus I could able to admit in class Vth. 2 pairs of uniform and necessary materials were provided to me by Lokadrusti. Now I am attaining school regularly and now I have been promoted to class VI. My parents also convinced that if they will be force for migration they will go alone by leaving me in the residential care centre run by Govt. or any others relatives house.

Dhirendri Sabar: – Class VII

Fathers’Name-Satrughan Sabar

Mothers’ Name- Kunti Sabar

Village: – Kotamal, G.P:- Ranimunda

Block- Khariar, District: – Nuapada   

I am Dhirendri Sabar 13 years old belongs to a tribal family of Kotamal village having a small cottage living with my parents and my younger brother Amulya. Due to poverty and lack of employment opportunities my parents along with me use to migrate brick-kiln of Andhra Pradesh in each and every year. In this situation I was unable to continue my education in the formal school of my village. During migration I was a member of “Pathuria System” a labour unit where my parents, I and my younger brother were working. My younger brother and I use to help in making earthen gola and drying bricks. Due to pick hot and lack of proper residential cottage we suffered a lot. The contractor was giving us the broken rice to cook. The market was very much distance from our work site by which we could not purchase any vegetable for cooking. We use to eat the broken rice, salt and the raw chilly in our square of mills. I never expect this type of situation in our life. Due to unhygienic condition and hard work I was frustrated in my life. This was a long experience in my life. I have migrated since long. But the last year situation was too difference from the other years. As usual my parents received the advances from the labour dalal and we start journey during November-2010 to the brick kiln. But the labour dalal took us to Tamilnadu state without informing us. When we reach we know that we are in the Tamilnadu State and the people of Tamilnadu are so critical than the brick kiln owner of Andhra Pradesh. We became the bonded labour there. After completing the job (contract job) we want to back to our home but the brick kiln owner not agreed with this and he forced us to continue the works. He use to bite my parents and us. He use  to work us during late night i.e. 2.00 A.M. We were became hope less. Lastly we could able to got the telephone number of Lokadrusti, Khariar and contact them for rescue us. Fortunately Lokadrusti contacted one of the NGO working in Tamilnadu and with the help of them we were rescued under Section 12 of the Bonded Labour Abolition Act 1976 in April 2011. But due to non availability of job in our villages again we were migrated to Andhra Pradesh in December.

When the migration period over we came back to our home.  In the mid our child club has already identified the migrants families through social mapping. When the migrants’ families back they started mobilization to them to mainstream them in the formal education system. But it was too difficult for them to convince. The children club representatives visited the household of migrants’ families in regular interval and try to convince them. The children group organized their child clubs meeting and invited the CPC members to the meeting and shared about the situation. Than the entire child club members and the CPC members visited the house of me and convinced my parents and able to mainstream me in the formal school. Ms.Bandanamayee Nag facilitates the process and met to the Head Master of Kotamal U.P.School with my parents and enrolled me as per age appropriate classes. Thus I could able to admit in class VI. 2 pairs of uniform and necessary materials were provided to me by Lokadrusti. Now I am attaining school regularly and I have promoted to class VII now. My parents also convinced that if they will be force for migration they will go alone by leaving me in the residential care centre run by Govt. or any others relatives house.

       Case Study:-Village level awareness can change the life of children

Amulya Sabar: – Class Vth

Ku.Dhirendri Sabar: – VI th

Fathers’Name-Satrughan Sabar

Mothers’ Name- Kunti Sabar

Village: – Kotamal, G.P:- Ranimunda

Block- Khariar, District: – Nuapada     

Amulya & Dhirendri are two brother and sister of 11yrs &12 years respectively of Kotamal village under Khariar Block of Nuapada district. Due to family migration they were drop out from the school since last 2 years. Amulya and Dhirendri both were helping their parents during making of bricks in “Pathuria system”.  During the process of migration they became bonded labour in one of  the brick kiln of Tamilnadu. When they want to back home they came to know that the Dalal has taken a lump sum amount against them and make them bondage. Lastly they informed one of the NGO working in Tamilnadu and with the help of them they were rescued under Section 12 of the Bonded Labour Abolition Act 1976 in April 2011. But due to non availability of job in their native villages again they were migrated to Andhra Pradesh in December.

When the migration period over they came back to their home.  In the mid our child club has already identified the migrants families through social mapping. When the migrants’ families back they started mobilization to them to mainstream them in the formal education system. But it was too difficult for them to convince. The children club representatives visited the household of migrants’ families in regular interval and try to convince them. But it was a difficult task for them. The children group organized their child clubs meeting and invited the CPC members to the meeting and shared about the situation. Than the entire child club members and the CPC members visited the house of Amulya and Dhirendri and convinced their parents and able to mainstream their children in the formal school.  Ms.Bandanamayee Nag  facilitate the process and met to the Head Master of Kotamal U.P.School with their parents and enrolled both of them as per age appropriate classes. Thus they got admission in class Vth & VIth. 2 pairs of uniform and necessary materials were provided to both children by Lokadrusti. Now they are attaining school regularly. Their parents are now pleased and promised not to take their children when they again migrate.

Sabita Hati

D/o- Arabinda Hati

Age: 13

Class-VII

Village: Ranimunda

Block: Khariar

Dist-Nuapada

I am Sabita Hati age about 13 years old, daughter of Arabainda Hati of village Ranimunda of Khariar Block . Now I am in class-VII. But at the time of my admission in to class VII, I was got matured so my parents denied me to continue the education. In the mid, one little child took birth in my elder brother’s home. As my brother and brother-in-law both were the working (labour) person they also suggested me to take care the sibling. As a result of which I was unable to attend the school.

After a long gaps my absent in the school was felt by the Vivekananda Child Club of our village and shared about me during the child club meeting. I was contacted by numbers of my collogues  in this matter. I have also interest to continue the education. When they knew about my situation they met to my parents in a group and requested them to send me school. But parents of me do not understand the need of education. Looking at the situation the children club members   requested the CPC members to solve their problem.  Again the Child club representatives and some CPC members came to my house and discussed with my parents. But it was also too difficult in their part to convince my parents in a easy way. The CPC members and the Child club members visited my house again and again to convince my parents. Lastly after 3 months of my discontinuation my parents were agreed to send me to school. Now I am reading in class-VII and the sole credit of my continuation is goes to my Vivekananda Child Club. 

Bhujakanti Patel

D/o-Chakra Patel

Age: 16 years old

Village; Khamtarai

Block:Khariar

Dist: Nuapada.

Myself Bhujakanti Patel, 16 years old, daughter of Chakra Patel and Baidehi Patel of village Khamtarai under Khariar Block of Nuapada District. As we are belongs to marginal farmers categories my parents along with me use to go brick kiln of AndhraPradesh each year for employment. In this process I was remaining absent for more than 6 months in a year. Due to regular trade of migration and absenteeism in the class my performance was decreased to a greater extent. When I went to the school the teachers said me to sit in class VII again. Listen to the teachers I was suppressed and stopped going to school. Though I am a member of the village child club “Netaji Child Club”   still I was unable to attend the meeting regularly due to this migration. When I was back my friend’s invite me to join in the child club and I was also attended the same. In this process I was little bit convinced to continue my education but my parents set their mind to stop my education there. When I have met to Ms.Bandanamayee Nag, Field coordinator of Lokadrusti, she came to know my situation and set with my parents and solve my problem. The parents of me were convinced after her long interaction. Now I am happy and continuing my education in Govt. High school Duajhar in class VIII. 

Tikemani Hati

D/o-Dhaneswar Hati

Age;11 years

Class-V

Village: Ranimunda

Block:Khariar

Dist:Nuapada

I am Tikemani Hati, age about 11 years, daughter of Dhaneswar Hati of Ranimunda village under Khariar Block of Nuapada District. My parents were very poor and last year we were migrated to AndhraPradesh brick kiln for employment. This year my parents do not migrate to anywhere and they have purchased 3 goats out of the last year earning. As my parents were labour class persons they use to go other houses for labour works. Looking at the difficulties they have decided to engage me for herding of goats. In this situation my education was stopped immediately after the admission in class-5th . After two months the Vivekananda Child Club of our village know the fact and negotiate  with my parents to continue my education. But my parents do not agreed on that. Lastly the child club members informed to Mr.Bhojraj Behera, Field Coordinator, Lokadrusti to interfere in this matter. Mr.Behera with some of the CPC members and the Child club members came to my house and sit for more than one hour on our Varanda and convince my parents. Lastly by keeping the request of the CPC members, Child club members and Mr.Behera my parents agreed to send me to the school. I am thankful to them for my continuation of education. 

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