TN CM launches ‘Namma School Foundation’, donates Rs 5 lakh

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin launched a “Namma School Foundation” initiative on Monday to improve infrastructure of State government-run schools. Moreover, the Tamil Nadu CM made donations of an amount of Rs 5 lakhs for development purposes. He further asserted that Education is an asset for everybody and that this wealth cannot be taken by anyone. Also, the DMK Government created such valuable assets for future generations to come.

“Education is wealth that cannot be snatched by anyone”, he said and asserted that the DMK government was creating such an asset for posterity. The Chief Minister appealed to philanthropists to contribute for the development of the schools.

“Every rupee given for the noble cause will be spent for the development of the schools, teachers, and students. The funds will be judiciously used and in a transparent manner for the future of the children,” the Chief Minister said and urged Tamils across the world to re-establish their links with their villages and schools through a virtual pavilion introduced by the State government and thereby contribute.

The Chief Minister facilitated actor Sivakumar, who along with his classmates, adopted a government school in Sulur

Venu Srinivasan, the Chairman Emeritus of TVS Motor Company, is also the Chairperson of the Namma School Foundation. Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand is the Ambassador of the scheme. The TN Chief Minister facilitated actor Sivakumar who along with his batchmates adopted a government school in Sulur.

The Chief Minister facilitated actor Sivakumar, who along with his classmates, adopted a government school in Sulur.

Namma School online portal and school virtual pavilion were also launched by the TN Chief Minister on the day of the occasion. The Commissionerate of School Education building was named after Anbazhagan and further, the launch of the Namma School Foundation was conducted.

Recalling the role played by the DMK leader K Anbazhagan on the occasion of his birth centenary today, Stalin said as Education Minister, Anbazhagan had made contribution to the field. “Today we named the Commissionerate of school education building at Nungambakkam here after Anbazhagan and launched the Namma School Foundation of the school education department coinciding with thes birth anniversary,” the Chief Minister said.

The main aim of the foundation is to bring all communities, individuals along with corporates together for the overall development of state schools. Those who wish to make investments and bring new and aspiring generations to make Tamil Nadu government schools ideal for all socio-economic classes can make contributions. Therefore the promise of equitable quality education will also be achieved through this step.

Furthermore, the funds will be used to develop health and hygiene, nutrition, and pedagogy. This will also lead to the promotion of sports and culture, co-curricular activities and upskilling to equip the learners to face the challenges and empower themselves in the transformation of the world.

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