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NRT 83 inaugurates phase one of Zilla Parishad school in Nagpur’s Hingna | Closer look at revamped school

NRT 83 inaugurates phase one of Zilla Parishad school in Nagpur’s Hingna…

Education is at the forefront of Round Table India and requires careful attention to detail. In such a situation, zero overhead philanthropic organisations like the Nagpur Round Table-83 have always come forward as they have each year whether it be fundraising for building schools, educational material donations, etc through the exemplary work of its members. On 9th October 2022, Nagpur Round Table 83 members along with Bridge the Gap Foundation inaugurated the 1st Phase of their school project in Sukali Village (Hingna). 

It was attended by Round Table Area 3 Chairman Kunal Agrawal, Area 3 AST Sayal Lunia, AIPC Vedant Agrawal and present from the headboard were Chairman Abhay Agarwal, Vice Chairman Prateek Minocha, Treasurer Shivagya Arora and Secretary Rahul Gugaliya, along with many present and past members of Round Table 83 along with other tables in the city. From the Bridge the Gap Foundation, Neeta Gupta and Garima Tandon (from Bridge the Gap Foundation) were present. 

Also in attendance was Yogesh Kumbechkar (ZP CEO), Mr. Kamalkishor Putane (ZP Deputy CEO), Ms. Indrayani Borkar (Tahsildar, Hingna) and Mr. Dinesh Dhengre (Sarpanch, Sukali ). Mr Ramdsharan & Mrs Dhanwanti Gupta participated in the ribbon cutting and opened the school along with the dignitaries present.  Approximately 300 men, women and children attended the event with great joy and to see the fruit of the efforts of NRT 83 that have helped build the school with cooperation of the village.  

The task at hand was a school which was in poor condition with non operational singular washroom and only 2 classrooms. 

Using a modern design the school has been now completed in time to now handle approximately 200 students from Sukali and the nearby villages. The school is extremely well ventilated and set up for the future with an eye catching design and infrastructure. 

Bridge the Gap Foundation has also been instrumental in training of the new teachers towards the brand new school with curriculum planning and spoken English classes for the children. Furthermore the fundraising has also resulted in the arrangement of a bus to get students to and from the nearby villages. 

In the 1st Phase which is now constructed on the Ground Floor around 3 classrooms have been made along with desks at the end of the classrooms to convert to studying on the computer as well. 1 classroom has been made into a computer lab as well. The school now also has a separate boys and girls bathroom within the building.

The school was built at an outlay of approximately 40 lacs including school building, furniture, etc. Funds were collected through multiple innovative mediums at Round Table 83 – through fundraiser of pin jacket, CSR donations from large companies, as well as donations from companies in Nagpur as well as around the country. NRT 83 is a registered trust and also eligible to take CSR donations.

For the future of the school, additional columns have been left and an extension shall commence shortly to further increase the capacity of the school as well. Extensive surveys have been carried out to see the exact requirements which will be frozen shortly to increase the number of classrooms and other areas. The donors for the project were quite happy on the beautiful design and planning of the building and prospective donors may contact Round Table 83 to visit the site as well as discuss the same. 

Round Table India is a young men’s organisation aimed at promoting community service and goodwill in national and international affairs. Round table is present in 67 countries worldwide with over 65,000 members. Round Table India has more than 320 Tables (chapters) located in 95 plus cities and towns. 

Round Table India (RTI) is an organisation of non-political and non-sectarian young men between the age group of 18 and 40 promoting service, fellowship and goodwill in national and international affairs. Working towards the education of underprivileged children, till date, 7890 classrooms have been built across India in, impacting 8.67 million children. 

Round Table India is a zero overhead organisation and therefore every rupee raised by the organisation goes purely into charitable projects and this year as well Nagpur Round Table 83 will continue its work towards any and all such projects. NRT 83 is a registered trust as well as registered to accept CSR donations.

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Nagpur’s Shah Rukh Khan fan club turns 5; treats underprivileged children

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After turning five, Shah Rukh Khan fan club – FANs of SRK NAGPUR – again set out to feed the underprivileged kids in Nagpur.

“There’s no other way for us to celebrate our idol Shah Rukh Khan and our fan club that’s dedicated to him. We have learnt compassion, generosity and humility from SRK himself. How can we not celebrate him and our fan club his way?,” quipped Khalid Ahmed, founder at FANs of SRK NAGPUR.

After turning five, Shah Rukh Khan fan club – FANs of SRK NAGPUR – again set out to feed the underprivileged kids in Nagpur.

After turning five, Shah Rukh Khan fan club – FANs of SRK NAGPUR – again set out to feed the underprivileged kids in Nagpur.

After turning five, Shah Rukh Khan fan club – FANs of SRK NAGPUR – again set out to feed the underprivileged kids in Nagpur.

Ahmed founded the fan club in 2018 along with some of his friends in Nagpur with an intention to show his love towards the superstar, promote his films and do charity by helping the underprivileged from time to time.

After turning five, Shah Rukh Khan fan club – FANs of SRK NAGPUR – again set out to feed the underprivileged kids in Nagpur.

 

After completing five years of FANs of SRK NAGPUR, Ahmed, along with his club members, again set out to feed the underprivileged. The fan club also took to twitter to share the same.

The tweet read, “Started like a fan of SRK and today on the occasion of completing 5 years of our club, we celebrated the day by distributing snacks in the name of our Idol.”

 

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Rotary Club of Nagpur provides tools and gadgets to support blind, partially blind people

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Rotary Club of Nagpur North showed support to blind and partially blind people at Atmadeepam Society. They provided multiple gadgets and tools to help the differently abled.

These gadgets and tools will help the blind and partially blind to receive professional training for mainstream jobs. The aim of these training workshops is to give equal opportunities to differently abled people.

The project was done in the presence of President Jyotika Kapoor, Secretary projects Aliakbbar Maimun, and Treasurer Harleen Oberoi.

Also Read: Nagpur Mahila Club organises ‘Umang Ke Rang’ talent show for differently abled, under-privileged

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Nagpur Mahila Club organises ‘Umang Ke Rang’ talent show for differently abled, under-privileged

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'Umang Ke Rang' a unique talent show was organised by Ashrita Mahila Mandal (Nagpur Mahila Club)

Ashrita Mahila Mandal (Nagpur Mahila Club)

‘Umang Ke Rang’ a unique talent show was organised by Ashrita Mahila Mandal (Nagpur Mahila Club). An organisation working for the empowerment of Women and Children for last 20 years. The show was held on 26th November at Niyogi Hall, LAD College, Shankar Nagar .

The motto of this event was to increase social inclusion of people with disabilities. They did so by bringing to stage various forms of cultural expressions performed by people with disabilities. To increase personal confidence and empower people with disabilities.

Around 140 specially abled, including intellectually challenged from SVK Shikshan Sanstha and other organizations,
visually challenged from different blind schools, Deaf & Dumb school from Saoner, physically challenged enthralled audience with their performances like fashion show, solo and group dances, solo and group singing, and played musical instruments.

This event was organised in association with University Women’s Association Nagpur (UWAN), LAD College, CRC Nagpur and Federation of Special Care Dentistry. President Aashrita Mahila Mandal, Vilasini Nair rendered a welcome note while Dr Harsha Jharia, CAO LAD College, and Dr Pathak, President of UWAN were prominently present. Chief guest Dr Urmila Kshirsagar, Director Niramay Bahu Uddeshiya Sanstha, Nagpur, enlightened the audience with her valuable words.

Guest of honour, Mr Jaisingh K Chouhan, Director, Ranjana Group of Industries Pvt Ltd shared his life experiences as a successful Divyang and motivated the participants. Mrs Gayathri Vatsalya, President, SVK Shikshan Sanstha and Dr Dini Menon, Secretary, and team Ashrita Mahila Mandal successfully co-ordinated the programme.

Oral care kits were distributed by Federation of Special Care Dentistry ( FSCD)

All the participants were presented with gifts, certificates and snack boxes.
Vote of thanks was proposed by Isha Verma and Anita Kaul Bose, Vice President, Aashrita Mahila Mandal.
Parents, teachers and general public attended the event in large numbers and applauded the participants.

Also Read: I’m known for small and mid-budget films, so I can never enter 300 crore club: Ayushmann Khurrana

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