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Vishvodayaa Trust honours Government School Children

T. MADHAVAN
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Happy moment: E. Karunanidhi, Chairman, Pallavaram Municipality, distributing prizes to the children at a function organised by Vishvodayaa Trust on November 1. Managing Trustee of Vishvodayaa Trust, Rama is also seen.
Happy moment: E. Karunanidhi, Chairman, Pallavaram Municipality, distributing prizes to the children at a function organised by Vishvodayaa Trust on November 1. Managing Trustee of Vishvodayaa Trust, Rama is also seen.

Vishvodayaa Trust, Madipakkam, conducted quiz and drawing competitions in Pallavaram Government Middle School, Keelkattalai, during last month. The trust has been doing so for the 6th consecutive year in which 450 students participated.

Prize distribution

The prize distribution ceremony was held in the presence of E. Karunanidhi, Chairman, Pallavaram Municipality, on November 1.

Mr. Karunanidhi commended the efforts put by Vishvodayaa Trust and its members in organising such a wonderful and memorable event for the children and indicated that the trust should conduct more such events in the years to come.

Pallavaram Municipal Councillor Munusamy said that he was much pleased to see the saplings, which were planted by the children a year ago for the ‘Go-Green Project' conducted by Vishvodayaa Trust in his presence, have grown into trees with extreme care and love by the children of the school.

The Managing Trustee of Vishvodayaa Trust, Rama, was found interacting with the children. Her main goal for the trust is to endorse ‘Quality Education and Health Care' for the future generation. As a part of the programme, competitions are held to encourage the self-esteem of the children and inspire them to work more towards excellence.

Such events focus in promoting continuation of education and make studies more fun and creative oriented.

T. MADHAVAN

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