It is enchanting to be back at the enterprise challenge. The heightened glory of our school winning ‘ THE PEOPLE PRIZE’ at the 2012 school enterprise challenge hasn’t yet seeped in completely.
The prize money and the subsequent visit to Paraguay was an eye –opener. I got to see how the agricultural studies and hospitality in the host school functioned on the principles of learn and earn together. In our school we provide a platform for community service by training parents in making incense sticks so that they can educate their children without being a burden on the household account. We have implemented the concept of spare a little time to serve the community and get our child educated. More and more parents are joining hands with us to make this effort a reform.
Rejuvenated now, after a gap of one year, we are back in action. Though a hectic churning of ideas for the developing the enterprise provided amazing answers, a brilliant idea of NAPERY was selected and thus came forth from all quarters the advantages and disadvantages of having napery as an enterprise. What stood out distinctly is the Indianness of the enterprise.