For the first time that K Paramathi panchayat school in karur has produced a short film detailing its infrastructure facilities, and with a message, ‘When quality education is offered free of cost in government-run schools, why go debt-ridden in search of future in private schools’ and it as good as any of the high-tech private schools. The parents are also requested to visit government schools once and then decide on admitting them to other schools.
The film, with a duration of 13 minutes, highlights the improved infrastructure in government schools but lacking patronage from parents with the advent of private schools.
The short film Velicham in Tamil has already been viewed by over 5,000 people. The film shows how a parent becomes debt-ridden after unable to pay fee in a private school and finally get his child admitted to a government school. Headmaster Selva kannan came up with the idea of the short film after coming across incidents of parents becoming debt ridden to pay fees in the private schools.
The HM claimed that their school offers seven types of extracurricular activities that include spoken Hindi and English apart from dancing, yoga and music. The school has led screen and television in each class room.