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District Collector Archana Patnaik (centre), felicitates A. Dhamodharan (left) and K. Priya (second right), who had secured high marks in board examinations, in Coimbatore.
District Collector Archana Patnaik (centre), felicitates A. Dhamodharan (left) and K. Priya (second right), who had secured high marks in board examinations, in Coimbatore.

: Lead India 2020 Foundation has donated two tablet computing devices to a couple of Plus Two students of the Government Adi Dravidar Welfare Higher Secondary School here, who had secured high marks in board examinations but were unable to pursue higher education. According to a press release, A. Dhamodharan, had secured 959 out of 1,200 and K. Priya, 948, and yet the financial situation of their family had prevented them from pursuing higher education.

The Foundation had helped these two students obtain financial assistance from the Government through the district administration and the Department of Adi Dravidar Welfare. It also presented appreciation certificates in the presence of the Kannegi Packianathan, Secretary, Adi Dravidar and Tribal Welfare Department, Archana Patnaik, Collector, J. Sathish Kumar, State Coordinator, Lead India 2020 Foundation and others.

Mr. Sathish said that the foundation would ensure both students completed higher education.

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