Paramita students gesture to orphanages

KARIMNAGAR: In a humane gesture, the students of Paramita high school in Mankammathota in Karimnagar town have turned Good Samaritans and donated food grains and other groceries from their pocket money as part of their social responsibility to the orphanages in Karimnagar and Jammikunta towns on Tuesday (February 7, 2023).

As part of the fistful rice scheme and their pocket money, the students had collected seven quintals of rice, 45 litres of edible oil, 38 kgs of tamarind and  94 kgs of redgram  to Sri Veerabrahmendra Swamy old age home in Housing board colony in Karimnagar town and Veeraswamy orphanage in Jammikunta town.

Inspired by the noble gesture of the students, Paramita educational institutions chairman E Prasada Rao donated one quintal of rice and Rs 10,000 cash. Director Anunkar Rao donated Rs 50 kgs rice, Vinod Rao donated 25 kgs of rice, VUM Prasad donated 15 litres of oil and other faculty members volunteered in donating the groceries to the orphanages.

On this occasion, 9 Telangana Battalion Subedar Kapil Singh Thomar, Havaldar RA Mallu, Scouts and Guides district commissioner Kankanala Raji Reddy and others participated and appreciated the students for their concern to the society. The students enacted a play depicted the plight of orphans leading a life of recluse which turned the audience into emotional.


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