Sunday, November 13, 2011

She makes rural children aware of current issues

Today's youth are not very inclined to involve themselves in social service activities. As soon as they complete graduation think of job and want to settle in life. But for Amulya Bharadwaj, who has been graduated this year in BBM at the Amrita School of Arts and Sciences securing second rank and winning a silver medal, it is not so.

She didn't rush to seek job in a multi-national company or set up a business venture of her own, instead she started concentrating more on doing social service which is being practiced by her from past several years.

She oftenly visit a school in Basavanagiri near H D Kote and during every visit she donates stationary items. Apart from visiting orphan homes she visits various charitable institutions in and around Mysore and she has made a routine on weekends to visit rural areas and help children in their studies.

She narrate a couple of moral stories to the children and inform children about the various current issues. She maintains a time-table for daily routine to be followed by children and provide tips on maintenance of hygiene.

She says her friends and parents have helped her to bring the idea to fruition and it gives her immense pleasure to work for the society. She says, 'I get a sense of satisfaction meeting these small children, especially those in rural areas, chat with them and help them with their studies.'

'An inspiration from the kids as initiated me to help out my classmates, who hailed from a rural background. It might be their stage-fear, to speak in front of the public, assisting them to speak in English confidently,' she says.

Amulya who has a helping nature and care about children is a good gymanstics too. She has began practicing Gymnastics at a very young age and she has represented Karnataka six times at the national level in Gymnastics.

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