Sanitary block for toddlers in school

Published: 03rd July 2013 08:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd July 2013 08:59 AM   |  A+A-


“We started the year with a vision, a dream to educate, to enlighten, to provide good educational facilities, and today we have achieved our goal,” said Kajal Chhabria, Chairperson of Madras Metro Ladies Circle (MMLC)-70, at the inauguration ceremony of the Sanitary block for toddlers at the Sri S Badalchand Sugankavur Chordia Vivekananda Vidyalaya.

MMLC-70 joined hands with The Vivekananda Educational Trust (TVET) and supported the construction of a Sanitary block for toddlers, a venture which will benefit 150 students of the school. MMLC-70’s association with the Vivekananda continues successfully for the fifth consecutive year and they feel they are in safe hands whereby they can see their hard earned funds materialise and their dreams fulfilled. 

On the occasion, the Ladies Circle India Area 2 Chairperson Anuradha Thaker addressed a group of enthusiastic students and urged them to aspire to do well in the future. She also thanked the TVET for such opportunities given to the Ladies Circle organisation enabling them to lead a purposeful life.

The members of the Ladies Circle facilitate in improving the educational environment of underprivileged schools and for that a hygienic environment and good health is essential for enabling the children to attend school regularly. What is a birthright in many countries is still a luxury in India. The Ladies Circle are a group of young individuals working to improve the educational environment. They believe that a good educational environment is required to bring about enriched, wholesome education to children, retain them and enhance the efforts and abilities of the educators by making them more child-centric.

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