Hyderabad: Telangana Development Forum (TDF) is intensifying its efforts to improve infrastructure and quality of education being imparted to students at Mandal Parishad Public School (MPPS), Kamala Nagar in ECIL.
TDF has been helping many schools for a good educational foundation for school-aged children in Telangana State. The goal is to improvise school education and infrastructure by providing some resources.
On this special meet, Ms Pavani Reddy Corporator, TDF USA President Ms Kavita Challa & various leaders who attended expressed their support for the betterment and improve literacy at MPPS School, Kamala Nagar. ECIL, Hyderabad. Plan to work with teachers and with support of Telangana Development Forum TDF, senior citizens Welfare Association and Goals on Wheels Organizations.
This is a pioneer project Akshara Telangana Memu Syetham, of which initiative was taken immediately by TDF India. This program was conducted successfully with support from TDF India, Goals on Wheels, & Seniors Welfare Association.
TDF USA President Ms. Kavita Challa & TDF Member Prof Rajashekar requested the Seniors Association which is adjacent to the school, to take up one class per day or per week and teach, mentor the students with good principles and their life experiences.
Teaching Govt school students and their parents on a regular basis will be an additional asset to the Govt School. Seniors class teaching schedule will be posted soon at school premises so that students will have it on their Time table in advance about their external training from senior citizens and Goals on wheels Management.
Meeting was attended by Dr. A.S.Rao Nagar corporator Pajjuri Pavani Manipal Reddy, TDF USA President Kavita Challa, TDF India VP Matta Rajeshwar Reddy, TDF India VP V. Raja Reddy, Yella Reddy Retd Municipal commissioner, Dasarathi Retd Engineer, Singi Reddy Akhilesh Reddy Founder of Goals on Wheels, Ms Deepika Vadiyala Advocate, Local leaders, Teachers, School children & parents, Senior citizens, and many others have participated in this and made it a successful program.