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Minister inaugurates flood hit school rebuilt from scratch by Rotary

Chennai, Feb 27 (UNI) A higher secondary school, which was badly
hit by the 2015 floods and rebuilt from scratch by the Rotary Club of
Madras, was today handed over to the School Education department
at Perumbakkam on the city outskirts.
Built in a 1.2 acre of land, the school spread over 29,800 sqft area, has
17 classrooms and six laboratories and could accommodate 660 students.
Tata companies and their employees, through the Tata Tamil Nadu Floods
Response Programme, were the major donors. Anuja Foundation USA and
Rotarians contributed the balance amount towards this Rs seven crore project
.
School Education Minister K A Sengottaiyan, who inaugurated the re-built
school, said Tamil Nadu has always enjoyed the support of the corporate
world and the Rotary in creating excellent infrastructure in the form of schools,
hospitals and more, and rising to help when the situation warranted for the
community at large.
He thanked the Rotary Club of Madras and the Tata group in particular for this
noble gesture and assured that the school will be run in an efficient manner to
mould the children who will contribute positively to the society in the future.
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