Jamshedpur, July 14: The Inner Wheel District 325 organized a literacy workshop at Super Centre in Sakchi. The workshop was presided over by group president Mrs. Aruna Taneja & it saw the participation of over 150 members from the district 325 group.
During the workshop the inner wheel members together vowed & marked the path for complete literacy & quality education in every corner of the country.
The TEACH programme also aimed to that every child in India must go to school, every school must be a “Happy School”, each & every teacher of the schools must be properly trained & regularly be updated by modern technological knowledge, all students should be provided with the required materials for practical, writing & studying as a part of their curriculum, each deprived and under privileged child must be given equal opportunity as that of the rich & affluent ones, every young citizen must be educated and must join the main stream society to earn his living and every young & child whom we help must be able to steer the future of themselves & the country with confidence.
The objective of this session was to throw light into the plans & motive of 325 Inner wheel clubs to its organizers.
The participants who came from 30 different cities were filled with zeal throughout the event. They pledged to start up “Happy School” initially. President Mrs. Taneja requested each club to at least construct a toilet in their respective areas.
The workshop saw participants who hailed from the district 325 groups of Bihar & Jharkhand. Vice Chairman Rotary India Literacy Mission & Rotary India Public Image Coordinator Kamal Sanghvi of Dhanbad was the chief guest for the event. Mrs. Sarita Lunani, the Zonal Literacy co-ordinator from Elluru was the guest of honour.
The spokesperson of District Literacy Committee Chair Dr. Rakesh Prasad came all the way from Patna. From Giridih Mrs. Prabha Raghunath, vice-president of Inner wheel association marked her presence. The event also saw Dr. (Mrs.) Nina Kumar of Patna, representing Inner wheel district literacy chair.