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School Radio at ‘Campus Challenge’ 

School Radio conducted a series of Workshops at ‘Campus Challenge’. The students have developed Radio Programs on the following topics.

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Topic: Freedom Fighters

Team Members: Kalpana, Mounika, Vandana, Ashok, Chitti Babu, Balaji, Shivaji 

2

Topic: Water Pollution

Team Members: G.Bharathi, A.Jayendra, P.Manisha Kumari, K.Hasini, R.Ganesh, A.Durga Prasad, G.Simhadri

3

Topic: Farmers 

Team Members: Hyma, Tulasi, Meena, Rama Rao, Jagadeesh, Joseph, Srinivas

4

Topic: Plastics

Team Members: N.Appala Reddy, Ch. Gnaneswar Rao, G.Shanmukh Naidu, P.Tulasi, P.Sunitha, G.Ganga

5

Topic: Swacha Bharat

Team Members: I.Vinod Kumar, P.Mohan, B.Govind, Kavya, A.Drakshayani

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Teaching Faculty

Teaching Faculty coordinating the School Radio Program: M.Gayatri, V.Ravi Kumar, A.Neelaveni, P.Srinivasa Rao 

The orientation workshop on School Radio was organized at Campus Challenge, Vizianagaram Dt on 9th December 2019. Andhra Pradesh Non-Resident Telugu Society (APNRTS), a Government of Andhra Pradesh initiative and Smt.Madhavi Medi are supporting School Radio at Campus Challenge. Campus Challenge is the first regional community for differently-abled children and youth in coastal Andhra Pradesh. It is a home for 120 children with visually impaired, hearing impaired, physically challenged and intellectually challenged disabilities.  

School Radio Workshop was organized at ‘Campus Challenge’ on 6th January 2020. The students have decided to develop scripts on the themes that they have selected after brainstorming. A 2-day workshop was held on 3, 4 February 2020 in which the students wrote the scripts, edited them and also the episodes were recorded.

Books in Braille

School Radio is in the process of developing 3 books in Braille language. ‘Cheema Cheema Yenduku Kuttavu ‘ and ‘You Talk The World Listens’ – these two books will be ready by March 2020.

Campus Challenge - Regional care centre for children and youth with disabilities 

Campus Challenge is the first regional community for differently abled children and youth in coastal Andhra Pradesh. It is a home for 120 children with visually impaired, hearing impaired, physically challenged and intellectually challenged disabilities.

These children are fully taken care of at the campus by providing accommodation, nutritious food, clothing, education and a chance to lead normal independent life. Special education like Braille, Indian Sign Language and ADL (activities of daily living) are also provided for the differently abled children and youth. Education is provided in English Medium School at the campus.

The campus is built in 5 acres of land with the support of ‘Friends Indeed’, an NGO from Netherlands. Association Saikorian, an association of the alumni of Sainik School, Korukonda runs this centre.

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