Round Table donates seven classrooms

Madras South Round Table 39 donated seven class rooms and a library, constructed at a cost of Rs 30 lakh, recently to Sri Maharaja Agarsen Nursery and Primary School located at Gummudipoondi, Tiruvallur district.

Published: 17th April 2013 07:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th April 2013 07:55 AM   |  A+A-

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Madras South Round Table 39 donated seven class rooms and a library, constructed at a cost of Rs 30 lakh, recently to Sri Maharaja Agarsen Nursery and Primary School located at Gummudipoondi, Tiruvallur district.

These classrooms, built as part of its Freedom Through Education project, were inaugurated by Round Table India national secretary Deepak Menda, Round Table India Area 2 chairman   Gitesh Agarwal and Madras South Round Table 39 chairman Sripal Kothari.

Madras South Round Table 39 promised to build three more classrooms and a library along with a toilet to the school at the event.

Round Table India has already contributed to this cause by building classrooms for 1,629 schools with outlay of Rs 110 crore benefitting more than two million children.

Madras South Round Table 39 is actively involved in serving society for the last 37 years.

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