Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (EP)
Kundapur, Dec 2: The Alumni association of Koderi government higher primary school has been indulging in providing quality education to the students of the school under the leadership of Anand Poojary Koderi. Ramyashree Purandara Kharvi of the association donated six computers on December 1 for further education of students in the school in which she had studied. Ramyashree, daughter of Shanti Govindaraj and late K C Govindaraj handed over the computers in the presence of dignitaries.
Anand Poojary Koderi, president of the Alumni association said that the alumni association has been spending more than seven lac rupees per year with the cooperation of old students of the school to provide all the facilities in the school similar to those available in private schools. “Provision of a school vehicle for students, appointment of guest teachers, payment of salary to the maid and distribution of school books have been realized with the cooperation of members of the association. The association intends to take up more projects by uniting old students when government schools are on the verge of closure. The old students who have the responsibility of molding the school as the role model should cooperate,” he said.
Purandara Kharvi, husband of Ramyshree said that the old students are spending money to provide modern facilities in the school so that current students may not face as many difficulties as they faced during their studies. “We have joined hands to preserve the government school. We will be with you in the future also,” he said.
Elders Vasudev Karanth and Narayana M Koderi said that we should put to positive use the items donated to us.
Alumni association president Anand Poojary Koderi, school development committee president Suresh Kharvi, donors Ramyashree and Purandara Kharvi couple, retired headmaster Sadashiva Shanbhog, retired teacher Vasudeva Karanth, retired officer Narayana M Koderi, Chandra Poojary, K Shivaram Kharvi, Chennakeshava Karanth, Pradyumna Hebbar, Rama Poojary Alolli, Rama Kharvi, old students, school teachers, school development committee members and students were present.
School headmistress Shamala Rao compered the programme and proposed a vote of thanks.