Using the time throughout the epidemic to a greater impact, a younger authorities teacher in Pauri Garhwal of Uttarakhand is making audio motivational stories for college college students in the hill districts.
Based on ethical, inspirational, mythological and folks stories, Ashish Negi, a local of Pauri city has not too long ago accomplished 100 stories that are adopted by greater than ten thousand college students and their dad and mom every day.
Noticing the recognition of his distinctive audio stories, Akashwani Radio Centre Pauri can be now airing his stories for children every day.
So how come the thought struck to him, Ashish, who can be concerned in theatre said that owing to studies coming about that lengthy hours of the online examine was anxious for the eyes of children, he thought to make use of audio recorded storytelling.
“My grandmother used to tell me such stories during my childhood days before sleeping. So, I upload one story per day on social media in the evening so children could listen to them before sleep and they get same experience,” said Ashish.
Such is the recognition of those stories that children eagerly await in the night for a brand new story that are additionally obtainable to them by social media posts and particular discussion groups made by Ashish.
Pre-COVID-19 pandemic, Ashish used to carry theatre and craft workshops for rural children under ‘Dagadiya’ group banner.
Acclaimed veteran theatre artist Yamuna Ram lauding efforts of Ashish said that such youths bode nicely for the way forward for the society. He identified that he himself has treaded varied rural villages of Garhwal-Kumaon division in addition to different states for theatre workshops with Ashish.
Noted folks singer Narendra Singh Negi, acknowledging initiative of Ashish, said that younger teacher has redefined the function of a authorities teacher not confining himself to educating hours solely.
Ashish has additionally made a mini-library of children books, magazines, newspapers and college education-related journals at his residence, the place children are allowed to learn them freed from value.
“Before sleeping, I ensure my 7 year-old daughter Aanya listens to these stories which are told in such a style that children get glued to them. These stories have a moral message or knowledge which is beneficial for child’s mental upbringing which is main aim of of these stories,” said Khushboo, a teacher and resident of Jwalapur.