Youth donates Rs. 20 K for digital class room in Govt primary school
Mahbubnagar: A youth has come forward to donate Rs. 20,000 towards setting up of a digital class room in the Khanapur government primary school of Jadcherla on Wednesday.
Going into the details, Bojja Mallesh a youth working in a private organisation has come forward to donate a Television set worth Rs. 20,000 towards setting up of a digital class room in the government primary school of Khanapur village. While speaking on the occasion Khanapur Sarpanch Aruna commended the philanthropic efforts of Mallesh and urged more and more youth to extend their contribution towards the development of their village also.
School Head Master Srinivasulu, thanked Mallesh for contributing towards improving educational standards in the village. He said they would utilise the donated equipment for improving the knowledge of students. “Digital class room is really a welcome donation by the youth. The students and teachers thank for this kind of help to the school. We hope in the coming days many more people come up to improve quality of education and extend their support towards further improving the facilities in the school,” said the Head Master.
Vice Sarpanch Rangaiah, School teachers Krishundu, Shiva, Brahmaiah, Pentaiah along with villagers and school students participated in the programme.