Human chain made for the demand of computer subject in secondary schools
- Campus Updates
- 29 Nov, 2022
Being Helper organization formed a human chain in front of the block office demanding computer subject in secondary schools. A large number of local youth participated in the programme.
Members of the organization also did a foot march. Harshvardhan Saraf, a member of Being Helper Foundation, who is leading the human chain, said that an attempt was made to apprise the government about public sentiment regarding making computer education a compulsory subject in the curriculum of secondary classes of the state.
He said that written requests of almost all the people's representatives of the state have already been submitted for this demand. Highlighting the usefulness of their demands by forming a human chain in Sugauli and the necessity of computer education for government school children, he thanked the students and youth as well as the members of the organization who came for this peaceful and disciplined human chain.