With the increasing spread of viral diseases transmitted by water in the State, the social initiative activist Mukesh Jain novel creation of solar water heaters in schools in the State is in demand. It also has the approval of the Department of Government and education.
Jain has launched the solar water heater in five schools of the district. Highlights of this project is that each child receives water boiled during school hours. According to Mukesh Jain, the Commission on human rights has stated that students must be provided with water that is boiled up to 80 degrees Celsius.
"Normal water heaters are not safe, since you cannot delete insect viruses that cause diseases and micro." Water should be boiled and students must have water whenever needed. The Department of education has approved the project and efforts many in the district are ready to deploy the project in their respective schools ", said Mukesh Jain.
A solar water heater costs around Rs. 20,000 for each school and the funds are always a problem.
But Mukesh has a solution for this also, "can collect funds through alumni and former students of the school." Since the estimate taken, former students members
you have to pay Rs only. "250 that will be affordable for everyone"
The project will take place in 105 schools initially and will later be extended to all districts. "The project has resulted in five schools in Ernakulam district and several other schools will have the ease of this year," said Mukesh Jain.