To mark celebrations of the Children’s Day, Bala Vikas Academy (BVA) attached to the department of women and child welfare will organize
teleconferencing between students and experts on November 14.
Over 21,000 rural students across the state will be benefited by the first of its kind programme in the state.
Concerned over the poor guidance, the Academy wants to help rural students, said BVA president Shankar Halagatti. Students from non-urban parts lack proper knowledge about higher education and have inferiority complex. To boost their confidence level and guide them in proper direction in academics, the academy has initiated the programme, he added.