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3 classroom blocks opened at city school

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GUWAHATI, July 1 - Round Table India (RTI), Guwahati Chapter, as part of its endeavour to serve the society, yesterday inaugurated three classroom blocks to ensure better education of the needy at Natun Fatasil High School, a provincialised school under the State Government.

The construction of the first phase was completed at a cost of around Rs 35 lakh which was accumulated through donations received from various entities as well as RTI Trust and also with financial support from other tables in India.

Ravi Jain, area secretary (treasurer) of RTI, Kishan Agarwal, chairman, RTI, Guwahati Chapter, and Purabi Das Kalita, Principal, Natun Fatasil High School, were present on the occasion.

According to project chairman Shubham Sarawgi, the initiative would help in educating 150 students who are currently being denied higher education due to lack of classrooms in the existing school setup.

Work for the second phase will end in another six to eight months� time which will benefit more students.

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3 classroom blocks opened at city school

GUWAHATI, July 1 - Round Table India (RTI), Guwahati Chapter, as part of its endeavour to serve the society, yesterday inaugurated three classroom blocks to ensure better education of the needy at Natun Fatasil High School, a provincialised school under the State Government.

The construction of the first phase was completed at a cost of around Rs 35 lakh which was accumulated through donations received from various entities as well as RTI Trust and also with financial support from other tables in India.

Ravi Jain, area secretary (treasurer) of RTI, Kishan Agarwal, chairman, RTI, Guwahati Chapter, and Purabi Das Kalita, Principal, Natun Fatasil High School, were present on the occasion.

According to project chairman Shubham Sarawgi, the initiative would help in educating 150 students who are currently being denied higher education due to lack of classrooms in the existing school setup.

Work for the second phase will end in another six to eight months� time which will benefit more students.