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Sachin Tendulkar took charge of education of 650 tribal children of Sehore district of Madhya Pradesh

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Employment News-Legendary player Sachin Tendulkar, who is called the God of Cricket, took the responsibility of building the fortunes of 650 tribal children of the district. He has joined hands with an NGO to help the children. Tendulkar has partnered with 'NGO Parivar', which has built seva kutir in remote villages of Sehore district of Madhya Pradesh. Sachin is reaching one of these in Sewa Kutir Sevaniya on Tuesday. They will meet the children here and knowing their condition will also try to provide better facilities to them. He has also chosen this day because this day is very special for Sachin. It was on this day in 2013 that Sachin Tendulkar retired from cricket.

The children of Sehore district's villages Sevaniya, Beelpati, Khapa, Nayapura and Jamun Jheel are now getting nutritious food and education with the help of Tendulkar Foundation. The children mainly belong to the Barela Bhil and Gond tribes. Most of them are secondary school students. In Sewa Kutir, special care is taken for the food and educational material of the students. The villagers tell that here the students are given food, snacks and nutritious food at both the times every day. Also, one day a week special food is given. There are about 30 children in Sevaniya. to whom the facilities are provided. According to the information, Sachin has made service cottages in about 42 villages of the state. Out of which he has reached on Tuesday to meet the children of Sevaniya and Dewas districts.

Sachin Tendulkar at Sandalpur in Khategaon of Dewas district

From here he will go to the nearby village of Semri and talk to the children. The administration is busy making preparations for his arrival. Sachin Tendulkar reached Indore on Tuesday morning. It is being told that he will also visit Vijayasan Mata in Salakpur.

Sachin Tendulkar at Sandalpur in Khategaon of Dewas district

The children of Sehore district's villages Sevaniya, Beelpati, Khapa, Nayapura and Jamun Jheel are now getting nutritious food and education with the help of Tendulkar Foundation. The children mainly belong to the Barela Bhil and Gond tribes. Most of them are secondary school students. In Sewa Kutir, special care is taken for the food and educational material of the students. The villagers tell that here the students are given food, breakfast and nutritious food at both the times every day. Also, one day a week special food is given. There are about 30 children in Sevaniya. to whom the facilities are provided. According to the information, Sachin has made service cottages in about 42 villages of the state. Out of which he has reached on Tuesday to meet the children of Sevaniya and Dewas districts. Sachin's initiative is a testament to his concern for tribal children in Madhya Pradesh, who are suffering from malnutrition and illiteracy.

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