A school run by Dhanuka Group, Shrimati Triveni Devi Dhanuka Higher Secondary Adarshvidya Mandir at Pawan Dham in Salasar, has been dedicated for the local people in the area by former President Ram Nath Kovind
Former President Ram Nath Kovind on Friday, August 18, dedicated the Dhanuka Groups‘ school Shrimati Triveni Danuka Higher Secondary Adarsh Vidya Mandir to local people at Salasar town, famous for the Salasar Balaji Temple in Rajasthan’s Churu.
“Education has an invaluable contribution to our lives. For this, better resources are needed. If the temple of education starts in small cities or villages and towns, then the future of the children there is helpful in the upliftment of their family, society, and country. The inauguration of Smt. Triveni Devi Dhanuka Adarsh Vidya Mandir by Chiranjilal Dhanuka Charitable Trust at Salasar Dham will not only make the children here capable but also make them good human beings,” said President Ram Nath Kovind.
He further added, “Our new education policy is full of various dimensions and experiments, which are in line with the aspirations of the 21st century. It will be able to take the country forward with knowledge and patriotism. “
Kailash Choudhary, Union Minister of State for Agriculture and Welfare, Government of India said, “Adarsh Vidya Mandir gives the message of nationalism, patriotism, education and values to the students. The establishment of Smt. Triveni Devi Dhanuka Higher Secondary Adarsh Vidya Mandir at Salasar Dham is a matter of great pride. The Dhanuka family has given a temple of education that will shape the future of our India. “
The school has been constructed by the Dhanuka Group under their Corporate Social Responsibility.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. R.G. Agarwal, Chairman, of Dhanuka Group said, “Salasar Dham is known for the famous Balaji Temple. This is a place where people have immense faith, people pray here to fulfill their wishes. For us, the dedication of the school is an opportunity that gives us an opportunity to seek the blessings of Lord Balaji. Inspired by the principles of Vidya Bharati, Adarsh Vidya Mandir provides a holistic experience of education to the students, teaching them patriotism, and affection for Indian cultural heritage. This institute ensures the spiritual development of the students and prepares them to contribute to the development of the great nation. ”
Ministers, academicians, and social workers were among the dignitaries present on the occasion. All of them expressed their gratitude to Dhanuka Group for establishing Shrimati Triveni Devi Dhanuka Higher Secondary Adarshvidya Mandir at Pawan Dham in Salasar.
About Dhanuka Group School
Shrimati Triveni Devi Dhanuka Higher Secondary Adarshvidya Mandir in Salasar is a higher secondary school, where classes will be held from nursery to 11th Standard. The school with a capacity of 1000 students currently has 580 students (320 boys and 260 girls). Spread over an area of 4 bighas (7586 sq m), the school has 37 staff members, 27 of whom are teachers. There is also an air-conditioned computer lab, where there is a conference hall with 20 computers and a multimedia facility.
First published on: 19 Aug 2023, 12:48 IST
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