By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 29, Jun 2021, 17:47 pm IST | UPDATED: 29, Jun 2021, 17:47 pm IST
Bangalore: A school teacher in Mullur village in Kodagu district has come up with a tree-top solution to digitally connect with his students and ensure the continuity of their education during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The school teacher has made a room on a mango tree using waste material including bamboo and grass. This room, built at a height of 20 feet from the ground, has now solved the problem of network connectivity.
CS Satish is a Lower Primary School teacher
CS Satish is a teacher at Government Lower Primary School, Mullur. He takes classes for students from first grade to fifth grade. Children's education was disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting lockdown. Given the acute shortage of facilities between tribal and first-generation children, he is ensuring that education reaches them.
Satish's class is waterproof
Satish not only feels safe here but has also made this temporary office waterproof by spreading a double layer of tarpaulin. He has also installed a mobile stand and a focus light in this classroom. By using the focus light, he makes sure that the children who are in his class can see everything clearly.
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