RGU calls for CSR activities in campus

RONO HILLS, Mar 3: Going with the larger call of the Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) to the society to shoulder corporate social responsibilities, Dr Vaishali, the better half of Rajiv Gandhi University’s Vice-Chancellor Prof Saket Kushwaha, donated school kits to 50-odd kindergarten students of the university’s women community run and RGU adopted Balvatika, a preparatory school at the university campus, on Tuesday.
She also provided home-cooked food to the students and staff of the school.
During her interactions with the students of Balvatika, she urged upon them to pay attention to their daily studies, maintain discipline in their life and respect their parents, teachers and elders. She gave them some tips to maintain hygiene and to have good food habits, and also appreciated the efforts of the teachers of Balvatika for their selfless services.
In the sideline of the humble event, RGU Joint Registrar Dr David Pertin informed that the preparatory school (Balvatika), was established in 1995 under the banner of Arunachal University Women & Child Welfare Association (AUWCWA). The school caters to the needs of the children of the university employees, campus dwellers and nearby villagers for their initial growth by providing preparatory school education.
While thanking Dr Vaishali for the noble gesture, he urged other members of the community, alumni, and well wishers to come forward and join in corporate social responsibility activities to uplift the growth and development of the university.
He further informed that recently the student from the department of Fine Arts have done a commendable mural painting works in the walls of Balvatika and in the government secondary school located in the campus, adding to their aesthetic beauties and surroundings, ‘which has enhanced the conducive study environment.’
The CSR programme was attended and addressed by Dr Maltesh Mottebennur, the consultant of University Library, and Balvhatika’s teachers -Meyo Taba, Deepa Jaishy, Sanchita Sur, Mahuya Roy and Samsad Begum.