Teacher arranges 26 televisions for students in Idukki who could not attend online classes
Kattappana (Idukki): "How can we send kids alone to neighbourhood for online class?" Hearing this question, Lincy teacher thought of a solution to the concerns of parents who cannot provide any facility for their children to attend online classes. With her effort, 26 students received new televisions and are now able to be part of the online education.
Lincy George is the mathematics teacher of Murikkattukudi Government Tribal School where many children from poor background are studying. When she contacted them to inform about the online classes, she came to know that many of them are unable to arrange the facilities. Thus she requested for help through social media.
When the teacher initiated to resolve the problem of her students, everyone around the world stood by her. Kuttikkanam Marian College extension department, Munich Kerala Samajam in Germany, MCA Alumni Association, Thodupuzha Jairani School Alumni Association, Ernakulam AB Mauri Group and others supported her.
Offers poured in and Lincy teacher managed to get 26 televisions for the students who do not have any gadget for attending online classes. She did not expect large number of televisions that can be arranged. Idukki collector H Dineshan received the televisions from Lincy teacher and handed over them to headmaster V Sivakumar.
Lincy George said that she intends to arrange facilities for all students in her school to attend online classes. Earlier, she had constructed five houses for poor children of the school with the help of kind souls and is now busy making the sixth house.