Volunteers of Kalpavriksha, an organisation consisting of people committed to social work, accompanied by 18 students of CAVA, today, conducted ‘Art Aata,’ a game of colours, to thrill the 60 inmates of Nireekshe, an NGO providing training to specially-abled children at its premises in Ramakrishna Nagar 'I' Block.

During the day-long camp, students of CAVA taught various kinds of games in colours which caught the attention of the specially-abled children whose joy knew no bounds.

The camp was inaugurated by Star of Mysore Managing Editor Vikram Muthanna and Preethi Kapoor, Head of the Department of Photography and Photojournalism, CAVA. The guests spent quality time with the special children and interacted with them.

Nireekshe Founder-Chairman Praveen Krupakar told Star of Mysore that the Centre, which was started eight years ago, has 16 staff members and five volunteers in addition to three volunteers from Germany who are in India on a cultural exchange programme for a period of one year and one volunteer from Austria. Nireekshe’s Secretary and Principal Hemamalini and others were present.

Courtesy : Star Of Mysore