Gurukulam gets new classrooms

Published: 06th July 2013 08:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th July 2013 08:29 AM   |  A+A-

Madras Mylapore Round Table 3 (MMRT 3) and the Madras Mylapore Ladies Circle 4 (MMLC 4)  have  collected funds to expand the Gurukulam School, Kovalam. With support  from these institutions, every year, new classrooms are being built so that children can complete their secondary education.

The new classrooms at Gurukulam School, built at a cost of Rs13.72 lakh, were inaugurated by Life of Pi actor Shravanthi Sainath, in the presence of area chairpersons Gitesh and Anuradha Thaker. Yusuf, chairman of MMRT 3  and  Trupti Sayani, chairperson  of MMLC 4, said that they were very proud to see the school grow over the years and provide free education to children of nearby villages. They added that they would continue to support the school. Round Table is a non-political organisation which offers young men between the ages of 18 and 40, the opportunityto serve their communities and MMRT3 raises funds for  various activities like building & maintaining schools, libraries, playgrounds, toilets, blood banks, hospitals, health care centres, rehabilitation centres and so on. MMRT3 organised a stand-up comedy by reknowned comedian Papa CJ recently in Chennai , for raising funds.

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