Vedanta Aids in Creating Better Infrastructure for Students
Chitradurga, July, 28 2018: In its continuous efforts towards social welfare and educational progress, Vedanta - Sesa Goa Iron Ore - Karnataka division today went ahead to inaugurate the newly constructed classrooms for the students of Sri Yogi Nareyana Yathindra Pre (Lower and Higher) Primary School, Bommenahalli, Chitradurga. The inaugural ceremony was held in the presence of the Chief Guest Mr. Druvakumar R, Cluster Resource Person, Department of Education, Chitradurga, presided over the Guest of Honour Mr. Chandrakant S Patil, Head-CSR and PR, Vedanta - Sesa Goa Iron Ore – Karnataka.
Aimed at creating a better infrastructure for rural children to persuade to take keen interest in their studies, this initiative would benefit around 450 students of this school.
Inaugurating the new classrooms, Mr. Druvakumar R, Cluster Resource Person, Department of Education, Chitradurga said, “Ensuring better infrastructure for a quality education is the need of the hour in our country. A good infrastructure has always had a positive impact on the children’s behaviour towards education and development. I appreciate Vedanta Limited for providing this opportunity for the students. Its contribution to the people of Chitradurga in an undivided manner since a very long time is laudable. I would like to give special recognition to the dedicated attempts being made for the betterment of education of the village children.”
Mr. Chandrakant S Patil, Head-CSR and PR, Vedanta - Sesa Goa Iron Ore – Karnataka took forward the ceremony by inspiring the students with his words and motivating them. He said, “Vedanta is really happy to bring about changes for nurturing the children of Chitradurga and create a promising future tomorrow. As a responsible corporate, we firmly believe that access to quality education is every students’ right. We will continue to take up the initiatives that uphold our philosophy towards the system of education.”
The school faculty members, Panchayat members of Bommenahalli village and several villagers, along with Vedanta officials marked their presence at the occasion.