Indorama Charitable Trust organised a programme "Mission" Educate India - Eradicate Illiteracy in which State Education Minister Govind Singh Thakur took part as the chief Guest. This Charitable Trust Is supporting needy and vulnerable 150 children from Himachal spread in 7 Districts for quality Education upto 12th Standard.
The Support is Amounting to 32 lacks per year. Education minister Govind Thakur said Education is know to be the gold of our society and The Gift of Education is the most precious gift that can be given to a person.
He said that 24.3% of the drop out students is a girl child and this institution is supporting more of girl child. The needy people pull out their children from the school because of financial crises.
This kind of a good step taken by a trust to uplift the society can change the future of the children from vulnerable families.He said Vidya Bharti institution is also providing good education to the society.
The new education policy will also change the face of our Nation, people will be largely benifited from this policy as drop outs will be focused in the policy.India is working seriously on educational sector, as education paves way for a stronger Nation.
Himachal is working on good education in all classes pre, primary, secondary and Higher.He said himachal is the only state that is also imparting education to 10 students in a school as there are difficult geographical conditions faced by our hilly people.
Our students have taken education from our government schools and now they are serving our Nation in army, administrative services, health and other important sectors of our country.
We are proud of our students. Dr Rajeshwar Chandel Chancellor Nauni University Solan, Sandeep Shilke Business Head Indorama, Rajeev Kshetrapal Chairman Sai education, Dileram General secretary Himachal Shiksha samiti, Trilok Jamwal BJP State General secretary, Bihari Lal Sharma BJP Co Incharge Mandi Parliament were also present on this occasion.