TSWREIS Conducts Eurekha 2020 Competitions to keep Students Engaged
TSWREIS conducted series of competitions named ‘Eurekha 2020’ on Sunday (20.12.2020) for students from classes 6 to 12 in 428 venues across Telangana. More than 50000 students from welfare residential, government and private educational institutions participated in different competitions like spell bee, essay writing, dance, debate, quiz, mono action, book review, hand writing, storytelling, singing, painting, youth parliament and model united nations.
The venues across Telangana wore a festive look as thousands of students turned up for these competitions and they displayed their creativity and talents in various themes. Thousands of parents and community members also witnessed the competitions and expressed their happiness over the novel initiative taken up by TSWREIS in keeping the spirits of students alive in difficult times.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr RS Praveen Kumar, Secretary TSWREIS said . teaching and learning activities should go on in the larger interests of students and the nation. Covid 19 crisis couldn’t dampen the spirit of dampen of our teachers Our teachers plunged into action and have been staying in constant touch with students who don’t have access to digital classes by promoting online methods of teaching in a big way and launching village learning circles (VLCs), Mana Voorike Mana Gurukulam (Our schools to our villages), Gadapa Gadapaku Gurukulam (our teachers to every house) and Eurekha 2020 competitions so as to meaningfully engage poor and disadvantaged children from villages, slums and isolated tribal areas in the aftermath of the covid 19 pandemic.
Dr Praveen Kumar further remarked that “we want to give a sense of normalcy to students in Telangana, despite plethora of challenges in the unprecedented times of covid 19 pandemic”.
Dr R.S. Praveen Kumar congratulated winners and participants and said the entire credit goes to the TSWREIS teachers, principals and RCOs for working selflessly in keeping the spirit of education alive among poor and needy students. Secretary further noted that the need of the hour is to find out-of-the box solutions to tackle real-world problems, while emphasizing creativity as an essential 21st century skill. The Secretary thanked the Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and the Minister for Scheduled Caste Development Koppula Eeshwar for their support for the empowerment of marginalized students in various spheres under the KG – PG Mission.