BANGALORE: They worked better than any engineer of the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike. Working hard for over six months to identify civic problems in different areas, schools across the city discussed remedies to civic issues and presented their stance before a jury at the Bala Janagraha annual civic festival.
The NGO concluded its tenth annual civic fest in an effort to shape the children of today. The competition was specifically aimed at students of class 7 and 8. The participants went around different areas in the city, conducting surveys, identifying problems and taking up issues with local BBMP officials of different areas.
Over 60 schools battled it out in the preliminary round After a rigorous battle, the students of AV Education Society were crowned the annual winners.. Sri Aurobindo Vidya Mandir and Sri Vidya Mandir schools bagged the second and third place.