The All Arunachal Private Schools’ Association (AAPSA) on Tuesday provided food relief to around 100 below poverty line (BPL) families in Ganga village near here.
The food relief package included dry rations.
The food distribution programme came as an outcome of a webinar held by the AAPSA a week ago.
Besides discussing the endeavour to help the poor, which was supported by many member schools of the association, the webinar also discussed several issue in regards to the changing educational scenario of the state in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
During the webinar, the member schools of AAPSA agreed to make online classes in whatever form mandatory for all and the ones who are already running such classes proposed to share their expertise and resources to others.
The webinar also proposed to reduce the number of holidays once the schools open and ensure that quality education is provided to every student.
Rev Fr. Joshua SDB, the vice president of AAPSA spoke on the importance of Arogya Setu mobile app while Pradeep Kumar, the association’s treasurer highlighted the importance of wearing facemask whilst in public places during the webinar.
D Bano, the principal of Model English School demonstrated the hand washing techniques to the gathering and also enlightened the womenfolk who came along with their children on hygiene-related practices.