Mangaluru: Kala Sampada Book release program by Rajeshwari Kudupu held on Wednesday 18 October at 10:45 at Patrika Bhavan. Arunakumari C. Head Teacher, Canara High School, Dongarkeri, Mangalore delivered introductory remarks by Rajeshwari Kudupu, author of “Kala Sampada”, about her introduction and achievement.
K. Suresh Kamath, Correspondent, Canara High School, Mangalore released the Kala Sampada book and expressed his appreciation.
After that, Rajeshwari Kudupu recalled the encouragement of her husband, K. Ramananda Rao, and Arunakumari, Head Teacher of Canara High School, and the Management Board of Canara High School, for the creation of the Art Book of Class IX. Rajeshwari thanked her brother Vasant Kedige for his immense role in the creation of this book and expressed his heartfelt gratitude for his encouragement and cooperation.
Fatima Senior Professor Diet Mangalore congratulated Rajeshwari K and all senior members of Canara High School who contributed to the book.
Rajeshwari Kudupu has served as an art teacher for 30 years in Canara High School, Mangalore. A District “Best Teacher Awardee”, she has already created a drawing guidebook for class VIII students. It is a pleasure to say that this art asset book has been appreciated by everyone from the education department to the state level.
More inspired by the benefits of the guidebook, he has now created a book called “Kala Sampada” for ninth-grade students with the aim of inculcating design skills, creativity and creativity among the students. It is hoped that this art resource book will be a guide for ninth graders to motivate students and also useful for children appearing for grade exams. This book has been created in the same model and under the guidance of the Education Department’s Art Teacher’s Manual Govt. of Karnataka.
Rajeshwari K. the art teacher of Canara High School not only beautifies her school through art but also works hard to beautify the field education officer’s office, walls and premises of other schools. He has shown his skill in beautifying various schools which addressed polling booth beautification during elections. Let the art book inspire more enthusiasm and interest in painting and let all children benefit from it.
Rajeshwari K has encouraged school students to participate in extra-curricular activities. Every year in the summer camp children are taught painting, paper crafts, doll making glass painting, fabric painting, mask making, and clay art. As a worker/trainer resource person for children’s knowledge development through the environment, she has delivered several dozen programs.
In Kala Sampada book launch program held at Patrika Bhawan, Mangalore, Rajeshwari Kudupu, Art teacher, Canara High School, K. Suresh Kamath, Convener, Canara High School, Mangalore, Fatima Senior Professor, Diet Mangalore, Arunakumari C. Headteachers, Canara High School, Dongarakeri Mangalore, Vasant Kedige and Rajendra Kedige were present.