Schools get a facelift in Madurai

DG R Jeyakkan (5th from R), TN minister for school education Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi (to the right of the DG), DGE I Jerald and DGN Anandtha Jothi at the inauguration of a school.
DG R Jeyakkan (5th from R), TN minister for school education Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi (to the right of the DG), DGE I Jerald and DGN Anandtha Jothi at the inauguration of a school.

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.

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