Mar 11, 2019 Uncategorized

GHANGHOLA VILLAGE to empower people through Education, Health and Hygiene.

Globalization and open market economy have completely transformed metro cities. It is unfortunate that villages have not been able to keep pace with these transformations because of the lack of education and awareness therefore stall largely remains neglected and under-developed. Taking a cue from the set of existing issues, the Interact Club of JP International School, located at sector Omega 1 , Greater Noida has decided to adopt Ghanghola village of Greater Noida to empower the villagers with EDUCATION, HEALTH AND HYGIENE.

The village adoption ceremony took place yesterday at the Prathmic School of the village wherein Shri Anil K Singh Chief development officer, GBN was the Chief Guest and applauded the thought and vision behind the noble gesture of JP International School. He said “Nothing more heartening to know that the School students and teachers are the part of this revolutionary step and am sure that the collective efforts will bring the visible changes in Ghanghola village”.

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman of JP International School, Shri Roshan Agarwal said “The idea of village adoption is to empower people and work on the capacity building of individual and community to ensure the long term sustainability. He also thanked the Rotary club ND 1 team to be a part of this initiative and expressed hope that each of the villagers will equally be supportive to complement the efforts of the team”.

As a mark of the beginning, JP international School donated school furniture for the primary class and put ceiling fans in all the class rooms and staff room of the village school and also organized the oral hygiene camp and distributed the dental kits to all the school children and on the occasion of International Women’s Day invited Gynecologist also for the health check up of the women.

Present on the occasion were the Ms Heema Sharma, Principal, Amit Saxena, Vice President of JP International School, Mr. JC Sharma, President Rotary Club along with his team members, pradhan of the school Shri Dharmender and the large no of students , parents of the village school to witness the new beginning.
Amit saxena , Vice President of Sparsh enterprise , said “ it’s very important to make the young generation realised the difference between haves and haves not and by being at the village not only out students will be more compassionate but also would would be able to differentiate India and Bharat”.

There was a presentation made by the Interact club of JP International School followed by the cultural program and JP International also distributed the refreshment to everyone to celebrate the beginning. JP International School also felicitated the team of Doctors from Sharda and Yatharth Hospital for their kind support and gesture to hold the check up camps.