IWC Dimapur inaugurates 3rd ‘Happy School’

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Dimapur, April 20: Inner Wheel Club Dimapur inaugurated its 3rd “Happy School” GMS Lhomithi colony under the TEACH Program of RILM today.
Club President IW Jyotsna Singh welcomed the dignitaries and highlighted upon the purpose of Happy School and informed the gathering about various activities undertaken by the club during the Inner Wheel year 2017-18.
CLCC IW Asha Sharma highlighted on the concept of Happy School and informed that club white washed the whole school, made hand-wash station for students, repaired broken glasses of windows, painted all the blackboards, doors and windows of the school, donated water tank and provided with running water facilities to the toilets, repaired bathrooms. The club also donated a steel almirah along with books for a library, two ceiling fans, blackboards, sports items to children and water filter for both school staffs and children.
She added that the Government schools should also attract students by providing congenial learning environment.
Asst. Governor and Founder Chairman Rtn. R S Panesar also spoke on the occasion maintaining the need for a clean and pleasant learning situation.
Rotary Club President Rtn.Vijay Sharma spoke on the need of upgrading the learning environment.
Head – Teacher of GMS, Lhomithi, Tovili K Achumi expressed her gratefulness towards the Club for adopting it as “Happy School” and also providing all the necessary amenities which the school was lacking.
Among other speakers were Head Teacher of Zeliangrong GMS and representative from Kachari Gaon Primary School. They expressed gratitude and appreciated the work of the Club.
Chief Guest of the day, PDG Chandu Kumar Agarwal briefed the need of Happy School environment, and that it is a project of RILM, he talked on the need of upgrading schools for better educational facilities giving certain datas.
He said that Inner Wheel Club is doing quality work in the field of upliftment of the society across the country, “though we are in an initial stage and we gave to go a long way.”
He said that to lower girl student dropouts, the lavatorial facility plays an important role in the middle schools.
The function concluded with the words of SMC Chairman Atoho L Yeptho. He briefed the history of the school, and stated that though the school was established four decades back in the year 1974, yet it could not develop due to various factors. Now, as the IWC has adopted it and helped them with many-sided development in the infrastructure including library, drinking water facility and lavatorial facility.
The school has 306 students enrolled and 23 teaching staff. (Page News Service)