Rotary Club of Madras East donates Training Kits to Ramakrishna Mission Polytechnic College, Mylapore

Posted by: at 6/21/2017 10:38:00 pm


The Rotary Club of Madras East (RCME) today through its global grant scheme provided Pneumatic and Hydraulic Training Kits worth Rs 37 Lakhs to Ramakrishna Mission Polytechnic College, Mylapore in association with Rotary Club of San Antonio, USA.

Mr Sunil Paliwal, IAS, Principal Secretary, Govt. of TN, Higher Education Department did the honors.

According to Rtn K Ananth, President, RCME, “Over the past two years the club has donated equipment worth more than 20 lakhs for the welfare and development of students and the college. We are happy that, this initiative has proved to be very helpful for the students and we will be glad to do more such contribution in the coming future.”

On this occasion, Automation Laboratory was also renamed as Rotary Club of Madras East Automation Laboratory, to recognize the enormous contribution by the club so far to the Ramakrishna Mission Students’ Home. Mrs. Swathi Paliwal did the inauguration.

District Rotary Governor Natarajan Nagoji, Rtn Sudarsan Ranganathan, Secretary, Rtn Nalluru Papa Rao, Director, Vocational Services, Rtn P E Ramakrishnan, Director, The Rotary Foundation, and Rtn Radhika Sathyanarayana, Global Grant Chair were present along with other Rotarians.

R TO L – Rtn Ananth, President, RCME, Mr. Sunil Paliwal, IAS, Secretary of TN, Higher Education Dept, Rtn Natarajan Nagoji, Dist. Governor, RI 3230 and Swami Satyajnanananda, Secretary, Ramakrishna Mission Students Home .

Rotary Club of Madras East donates Training Kits to Ramakrishna Mission Polytechnic College, Mylapore

Rotary Club of Madras East donates Training Kits to Ramakrishna Mission Polytechnic College, Mylapore

About RKM Students Home: 

Ramakrishna Mission Students’ Home started in 1905 with just 5 students and now has 650 students studying in its residential institutions viz High School and Polytechnic College. The main aim of the institution is to support and educate orphans and underprivileged students, who have the merit, but not the means to pursue further studies.

About RCME:

RCME is a 30-year-old club in the Rotary International District 3230. With some of Chennai’s eminent citizens as its member it is a trendsetter in terms of the quality and size of the project it undertakes. Starting from the vocational training college and Winners Bakery to the mobile Blood Bank and Cancer Screening bus, RCME has revolutionized the concept of community Service. With President Ananth Kittappa at the helm, once again RCME has gained great satisfaction in his projects.



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