Citizen Matters – Bengaluru Newsletter

If you thought we stopped our newsletters, here we are, back again with a bunch of updates! We have changed a little, and we hope you enjoy reading the newsletter.

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News from us: As you would already know, Citizen Matters founder Meera has been selected as an Ashoka Fellow. She had the chance to visit the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee, alongwith other Ashoka fellows, when she was in Delhi last week for the induction workshop for the fellows.

And our top news:

Cost of schooling; State of Right to Education

Participate in our school fee survey, to help us understand the cost of education in Bengaluru.

Fill this form: Cost of schooling in Bengaluru

The academic year is going to end soon – it’s also the season of new school admissions for most underprivileged children under Right to Education act, while parents who don’t have to wait for RTE would have already admitted their children to school. We did a few stories on the topic.

Read:

Health for all

The government is undertaking a massive vaccination drive with Measles and Rubella vaccine. How serious is Measles? Why are some parents questioning the campaign? Read: MR vaccine campaign: Does your child need vaccination?

Planning the future of Bengaluru

Concept note for master plan-2031 has been put out by Bengaluru Development Authority (BDA). The note explained the current scenarios and possible future strategies for growth. Read the full note here.

People of the city are also into deliberation mode. Read:

Growth pangs of Bengaluru

Walking in Bengaluru

With roads and footpaths increasingly being dedicated for vehicles and parking, pedestrians have a tough time in the city. Read:

Wildlife and nature in Bengaluru

For nostalgic weekends

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Until next week,

Shree D N

Associate Editor

Oorvani Foundation

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