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Two-day Kannada Shala Makkala Habba from November 19

Beginning on November 19, the Keshava Smriti Samvardhana Samiti, Sanghanikethan, Mangaluru, will host a two-day “Kannada Shala Makkala Habba” for Kannada-medium pupils in grades V through X. Dr. Mohan Alva, head of the habba’s welcome committee and chairman of Alva’s Education Foundation, told reporters on Thursday that the event aims to increase young people’s self-assurance and awareness of language, literature, and culture.

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A nabba In the Kannada-speaking districts of Udupi, Kasaragod, and Dakshina, only Tor students are enrolled.

It is anticipated that 15,000 kids in grades V through X will take part. The association has prepared complex plans for them. On November 19, the habba will be officially opened. A parade will be held from the premises of Shree Gokarnateshwara College to Sanganikethan on the first day. A documentary on the history of Karnataka, its language, the value of literature, and other subjects will be presented after it. Alva stated that the chairman of the textbook revision committee, Rohith Chakrathirtha, will speak with educators.

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