NRI’s gesture to ZPHS school
K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: In a noble gesture, an NRI and software engineer from United Kingdom Kola Purnachander has donated a laser wireless computer printer to the Zilla Parishad high school in Odyaram village of Gangadhara mandal on Wednesday.
The NRI’s mother Indira Kumari handed over the printer to the school headmaster E Prabhakar Rao. She had earlier donated shoes and socks pairs to the students of the school. On this school, the school headmaster thanked the noble support of the NRI for the benefit of the government school students.
Similarly, Sri Rama book stall in Karimnagar town donated three hand writing books to each student. The teaching faculty had also provided free buses to the students.
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