District SP Rahul Hegde IPS was the chief guest at the distribution program of notebooks and projectors under the direction of Venkat Foundation in Government Primary School, Chandrampet and handed over notebooks and projectors to the students of the school.
On this occasion, SP addressed the students and said that there is no difference between rich and poor in education, they should study hard and reach higher heights. He said that good habits should be inculcated from the student stage and mobile phones should not be used as much as necessary. He said that by setting goals and achieving the planned goals, the students should bring a good reputation to the parents, society and for the school they have studied. Venkat Foundation founder Gampa Venkateshwarlu said that it is admirable that the students of the Mandal Parishad Primary School of his hometown Chandrampet were given notebooks and a projector to the school by Venkat Foundation. Earlier also by the police department, note books were handed over to 600 candidates who took the free training.
The founder of Venkat Foundation, said that under the name of Venkat Foundation, we are doing many service programs, every year we provide incentives to the students who have achieved 10 GPA in class 10 and this year also we will give incentives and medals to the students who have achieved 10 GPA. Venkat Foundation along with members, teachers and students planted saplings in the school premises as a part of environmental protection. For this program, Venkat Foundation founder Gampa Venkateshwarlu, CI Sarwar, high school principal Srinivas, primary school principal Devendra, councilor Rajireddy, smc chairman Sridhar, school teachers and students have participated.