Pact inked for Dhamra DAV growth

The students of DAV Public School, Chandrasekharpur had a unique opportunity to meet the chairperson of Adani Foundation Priti G Adani, who expressed her joy to observe a unique blend of tradition and

Published: 23rd December 2016 02:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd December 2016 06:56 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BHUBANESWAR: The students of DAV Public School, Chandrasekharpur had a unique opportunity to meet the chairperson of Adani Foundation Priti G Adani, who expressed her joy to observe a unique blend of tradition and modernity on the campus. Addressing the students, Priti emphasised on progressive outlook and commitment which pave the way for success.

On the occasion, Priti was felicitated with a painting by a student, artifacts of filigree work and handloom material as a mark of Odishan tradition. In order to work for infrastructural and holistic development of the DAV public school at Dharma Port, an MoU was signed between CEO of Adani Group Subrat Tripathy and Regional Director of DAV KC Satpathy in presence Priti. The meeting was presided by chairman of the school Madan Mohan Panda and among others, assistant director, education, Adani Foundation Prasanjit Chakraborty and CSR head, Adani PNR Choudhury were present.

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