NIV School will now have electricity at its campus – donated by NACF
By: Korean Cultural Center
The celebration had a great cause as Nonghyup installed solar energy generator, lights and fans to the school. Students will now be able to sit and learn their lessons during the bright summer season with ease. Korean Cultural Center took all possible steps to support this cause. Earlier the center had supported the school with Study tables. The celebration witnessed the presence of Seuk-yong, Khang - Director of NACF Korea, James Byun -Managing Director of NH bank, Sang-Woo, Son – Senior Manager of NH bank, Kum-Pyoung, Kim – Director Korean Cultural Center, Aruna Mathew, principal of NIV school, Students and their parents.
Son Sang Woo – Senior Manager of NH bank New Delhi office said that being a partner to the school KCCI took the initiative and we came in touch with the school. We are coming up with our bank in Noida. We took this step under our CSR activity. Last year near about in October we facilitated with some materials to the school, and this year taking a step ahead we have installed solar energy generator, lights and fans which will definitely be beneficial for the students. Indian government is taking various steps to impart education but it is not possible for the government to reach out to the each corner. It is the responsibility of large Organizations to come and help the weaker section of society. We have taken our small step in that.
Kim Kum Pyoung – Director Korean Cultural Center said - "It's a meaningful contribution to the school and the children. Newly installed lights and electricity facility will lighten the students' knowledge and hope. I appreciate Nonghyup's efforts to continue the support and contribution for the education and welfare of the students."
Aruna Mathew, principal of the school thanked KCCI and Nonghyup for supporting the school. This is the only school for this village and Aruna has been trying to impart education to the unprivileged children from last 10 years. The school is educating 200 students till class 7. She had a dream of seeing the students pass out class 12 and join the main stream job industry.
The evening was enjoyed by cultural performances from both the School and KCCI students. Folk dance and taekwondo performance attracted everyone most but speech given by NIV school students was heart touching.
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