LEAD Stories

Yoga Camp

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LEAD Stories

Free Bike Repair Training Camp

LEADer: Harsha Hegde Location: Kalgadde village Harsha  found ten unemployed youngsters and thought to conduct a free bike repair training camp to help them get work. He convinced a shop owner to conduct the training. He brought the unemployed people to  the mechanical shop and helped them get benefit out of this project. Siddivinayak Auto Works Janmane owner provided training about repairing motorbikes. ...
LEAD Stories

Filling the Potholes of Hubli Roads

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LEAD Stories

LiveSmart

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LEAD Stories

Replacing Plastic with Paper Bags

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LEAD Stories

Computer Education

Team Leader: Shweta Bhat Team Members : Prasanna Sarkuli Project Date: December 2010 College : First Grade Government College Place of Implementation: Jagdamba High school Nearly 165 Jagdamba High School students are now computer literate because Shweta Bhat, Prasanna, and Sarkuli, took it upon themselves to educate them in basic computer skills, such as the use of Word, Powerpoint, Paint etc. Shweta obtained permission from the school authorities, who were initially hesitant. Having divided the 165 students into 12 groups, the team taught 2 groups each day and thus completed...
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