BY TC News Desk
Agartala, December 23: Agartala Public School, English Medium, Baldakhal, Chandrapur in Agartala’s suburbs organized a study tour on December 16 last, providing a unique learning experience outside the classroom. The primary objectives were to expose students to cultural heritage and nature, fostering a holistic understanding of their surroundings.
The tour commenced with a visit to the historic Kasbeswari Kali Mata Temple, located near the Indo-Bangla border in Kashba under Sepahijala district. Students from Class IV to VIII, along with the school’s teaching and non-teaching staff, participated in prayer and sought blessings from the goddess. The scenic beauty of Kamalasagar added to the spiritual ambiance, and the participants were enlightened with the temple’s rich history.
Following the temple visit, the group headed to Ajanta Hotel, located near O.N.G.C in Agartala city, for a hearty lunch. This provided a much-needed break for rest and relaxation before the next leg of the tour.
The second part of the tour took place at the Sarkar Farm House in Narayanpur, West Tripura district. The students were enthusiastic to explore various types of birds and gained insights into the diversity of local fauna, including dogs and fish. The farm provided an educational experience, broadening the students’ knowledge about nature and animals.
After spending a delightful one hour at Sarkar Farm House, the group returned to the school, concluding the study tour with a mix of enjoyment and enriched knowledge. The hands-on experience outside the traditional classroom setting allowed students to connect theoretical learning with real-world scenarios, making the study tour a successful and memorable educational endeavour.