K M Dayashankar
RAJANNA-SIRCILLA: Philanthropists were coming forward to extend all support for the proper functioning of the government primary school in the interior Harijanawada locality in Marrigadda village of Chandurthi mandal in Rajanna-Sircilla district, which was closed down four years ago following the zero strength, and revived recently after the pandemic virus with the arrival of students.
The school was reopened with the initiatives taken by the village sarpanch Nethikunta Jalapathi by converting it into an English medium school. On Monday, the local philanthropists’ Banda Narsaiah and Kalavathi had donated Rs 20,000 worth of English medium school books for the benefit of the students studying in the primary school.
MPP Bairagoni Lavanya Ramesh had participated in the distribution of the English books to the students. On this occasion, she appreciated the parents for the reopening of the closed school by sending their wards to the government schools. Stating that the government schools provide quality education to the students, she assured all assistance for the school development.
On this occasion, the philanthropists were felicitated for their noble gesture of distribution of English books, which would be an immense help to the students. They also inspected the implementation of the midday meal scheme in the school. Chandurthi ZPTC member Nagam Kumar, MPTC Daram Kavya Balreddy, sarpanch Nethikunta Jalapathi, principal Sampathi Ramesh, AMC chairman Nerella Babu, village secretary Naresh, Anganwadi teacher Kalpana and others were also present.