A mega facelift was given to two government schools in Melur taluk in Madurai, through a global grant project worth ₹41 lakh implemented by RC Madurai Innovators, RID 3000.
Following the renovation of classrooms, compound wall, construction of new toilet blocks and setting up of digital facilities, “the schools have seen a 70 per cent jump in new admissions. With the uplift, more students have been enrolled which will improve the living standard in the nearby villages,” said Rtn P Kumarappan, the project contact.
In his address at the inaugural ceremony, Tamil Nadu minister for school education Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi said, “when the boys study well, it is a boon to the society, whereas if the girls excel, it will be a boon to the entire community.”
The club roped in RC Freshwater Bay, RID 9455, Australia, as its global partner for the school renovation project which was also supported by the CSR funds of Nataraj Oil Mills and donors Rtns Dr N Senthil Nathan and Dr G M Bharath Kumar. State commercial taxes minister P Moorthy, Madurai district collector Dr S Aneesh Sekhar, DG R Jeyakkan, DGE I Jerald and DGN R Anandtha Jothi appreciated the club for renovating the schools.