Rotary Club of Bangalore provides Dining Area for the children of Rotary Bangalore Vidhyalaya, Nagadevanahalli

Bangalore, April 24, 2015: Rotary Club of Bangalore (RCB), Eighty year old and the second largest in India, is part of 106 year old Rotary International, continue their efforts in improving various schools in rural area and has successfully completed Dining area project at Rotary Bangalore Vidhyalaya Nagadevanahall. The project was inaugurated recently by Ms. Rajani Mishra, CGM, State Bank of India and Rtn. Nalini Nanjundayya, Founder, L S Nanjundayya Trust.
Rotary Club of Bangalore provides Dining Area for the children of Rotary Bangalore Vidhyalaya, Nagadevanahalli

Rotary Club of Bangalore provides Dining Area for the children of Rotary Bangalore Vidhyalaya, Nagadevanahalli

Rotary Club of Bangalore provides Dining Area for the children of Rotary Bangalore Vidhyalaya, Nagadevanahalli

Rotary Club of Bangalore provides Dining Area for the children of Rotary Bangalore Vidhyalaya, Nagadevanahalli

Rotary Club of Bangalore provides Dining Area for the children of Rotary Bangalore Vidhyalaya, Nagadevanahalli

Rotary Club of Bangalore provides Dining Area for the children of Rotary Bangalore Vidhyalaya, Nagadevanahalli

The cost of the whole project was Rs. 3.5 lacs in which L S Nanjundayya Trust contributed Rs. 1.5 lacs and SBI Rs. 2.0 lacs.  The dining area is divided into two segments mainly. The first segment is sufficient for students from LKG to 3rd standard, with a total seating capacity of 175 students. The second segment is for students from 4th standard to 10th standard and consists of a seating capacity of 300 students.  The area has colourful benches and painted walls that add to the serene atmosphere where the students can sit comfortably and have their lunch.

 “Keeping in mind students health and happiness we have decided to come up with the dining idea which will allow students to sit and have food at a peaceful place with dirtying their cloths.” Said Rtn. Manjunath, Chairman of Community Services, RCB. Earlier students use to sit outside in the hot sun which was also tough to manage, he added.

These activities fall under Community Services of RCB which strive to improve the quality of life of different community and to serve public interest. Covering govt schools in rural area the services of RCB is involved in various budding projects such as Tree Plantation Project in Govt. Schools, Light for Education, Supporting Old age homes etc.