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PUDUCHERRY: The Achariya Shiksha Mandir recently conducted a “rejuvenation programme” for the teaching faculty at Mooper Kadu in Nilgiris.
Over 40 teachers participated in the camp conducted by the National Adventurous and Leadership School (NALS).
According to a press release issued by the school, activities such as rope walking and mountain trekking were part of the programme.
Every evening during the three-day camp, games were conducted to test the intelligence of the teachers.
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