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Little Belamani Purty become a Peer Leader

Belamani's parents are illiterate and extreme poor. They are seven brother and sister. Their parents engaged her in domestic work in the age of 7 and that's why she was drop out despite her enrollment in the school. Attempt of Community Teacher Mrs Phurgun Kandiyang to motivate her parents had got down to the floor. While Phurgun met with Belamani she expressed her desire for study. In the year 2014 a foot March rally on enrollment drive was organized by Child club and their federation members. When she saw the rally tear was coming from her eyes and it was noticed by community teacher. Child club members with Purgun motivated her parents to send Belamani to school. Finally Belmani was re admitted in class-1. She is very fast in study and within one year her learning competency is as per class and age appropriate. She grasps easily the lesson because Community teacher use tribal language during teaching. She can also easily understand odiya and she very actively participate in class room teaching learning transaction. Not only she is good in curricular but also she is now acting as peer leader and bringing other children to school while she is coming school daily. She is a regular reader of school library; she takes picture book and story book from school library. Kumari Belamani Purty D/O Mr. Muchiram and Mrs. Janga Purty of Naamasahi, Kendugotha

New ray of hope of Karnaguda village

Bissamcuttack a census town of rayagada district, surrounded by the great Niyamgiri hill. The block has 21 GPs and around 354 villages. There are lots of educational institutions like: New Life English medium school, Navodaya School, Govt. High School, SaraswatiVidyaMandir are the educational institutes available. The Secondary training school now renamed as the District Institute of Educational Training, Rayagada at Bissam Cuttack is a well-known teacher training school in Odisha. Students from every nook and corner come to get training here each year.

Chatikona merely a tribal dominated GP, which comprises 16 villages is located vicinity to Niyamgiri hill. Jagannathpur a village under the GP giving shelter to 58 households. The village has around 350 population, and all are belongs to Kondh tribe. Peoples of this village living there since more than 200 years. Ultimate source of their life and livelihood depends upon forest, wage labour and agriculture.

Even though the village is located in a distance of around 12km far away from the block, and 4km from the GP headquarter, but not a single individual touched +3 as yet. 4 boys continuing their intermediate in MaaMarkamacollege, Bissamcuttack. Four students are presently continuing their study in class-10th, out of this two are girls, and forthe first time the duo are preparing to appear Matric this year.