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DIBRUGARH, Sept 4 - In an exemplary gesture of charity, a dilapidated Mohanbari Hindu Gaon Prathamik Vidyalaya Government primary school located along National Highway-37 near Mohanbari intersection was given a facelift for holistic development of schoolchildren with all forms of educational infrastructure by a group of young businessmen of the region under the banner of Round Table India.

Round Table India is a pan India club of young entrepreneurs seeking to contribute voluntarily for improvement of educational infrastructure particularly for the underprivileged section of the country with the motto of �Freedom Through Education�.

Significantly, the Mohanbari Hindu Gaon Prathamik Vidyalaya has been adopted by Dibrugarh Round Table.

Dibrugarh Round Table got itself chartered on Sunday. Setting an ambience conducive for proper learning at Mohanbari Hindu Gaon Prathamik Vidyalaya through electrification, providing ceiling fans, desks and benches, school bags, pictorial images, bookshelves, wall clock, black boards etc., was the first activity of the newly-formed Dibrugarh Round Table.

The volunteers of Dibrugarh Round Table also facilitated plantation of saplings within the premises of the school. The school building was also painted.

The renovated school was inaugurated on Monday by Dhruv Dalmia, the national president of Round Table India in the presence of Dhiraj Golyan, area chairman of Round Table India, Nalin Khemani, chairman of Dibrugarh Round Table and several other members of Round Table India.

In an interaction with the media, Tombu Das, Headmaster of the school said that teaching as also learning for the children was not easy, especially during the scorching summer as the school was not connected with electricity for fans to be used. But with the facelift, Assistant Teacher Khiru Saikia told newsmen that children are excited and willing to sit for hours at end for learning.

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Dilapidated primary school gets facelift

DIBRUGARH, Sept 4 - In an exemplary gesture of charity, a dilapidated Mohanbari Hindu Gaon Prathamik Vidyalaya Government primary school located along National Highway-37 near Mohanbari intersection was given a facelift for holistic development of schoolchildren with all forms of educational infrastructure by a group of young businessmen of the region under the banner of Round Table India.

Round Table India is a pan India club of young entrepreneurs seeking to contribute voluntarily for improvement of educational infrastructure particularly for the underprivileged section of the country with the motto of �Freedom Through Education�.

Significantly, the Mohanbari Hindu Gaon Prathamik Vidyalaya has been adopted by Dibrugarh Round Table.

Dibrugarh Round Table got itself chartered on Sunday. Setting an ambience conducive for proper learning at Mohanbari Hindu Gaon Prathamik Vidyalaya through electrification, providing ceiling fans, desks and benches, school bags, pictorial images, bookshelves, wall clock, black boards etc., was the first activity of the newly-formed Dibrugarh Round Table.

The volunteers of Dibrugarh Round Table also facilitated plantation of saplings within the premises of the school. The school building was also painted.

The renovated school was inaugurated on Monday by Dhruv Dalmia, the national president of Round Table India in the presence of Dhiraj Golyan, area chairman of Round Table India, Nalin Khemani, chairman of Dibrugarh Round Table and several other members of Round Table India.

In an interaction with the media, Tombu Das, Headmaster of the school said that teaching as also learning for the children was not easy, especially during the scorching summer as the school was not connected with electricity for fans to be used. But with the facelift, Assistant Teacher Khiru Saikia told newsmen that children are excited and willing to sit for hours at end for learning.

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