NTPC Sipat helps Differently Abled girls at completion of Rajbhasha fortnight

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BILASPUR: In the closing ceremony of Rajbhasha fortnight NTPC Sipat facilitate walking stick and study materials to the differently abled girl students of Netrahin Kanya Vidyalay, Bilaspur under its Corporate Social Responsibility-Community Development activity.The fifteen day long Rajbhasha fortnight was celebrated at Sipat Super Thermal Power Station during 1-15 September 2014.

DSC_1105The closing ceremony was organized at Sanskriti Club on 15th September where Executive Director V B Fadnavis and President Sangwari Mahila Samiti, Neeta Fadnavis graced the occasion as Chief Guest and Guest of Honor.

They distributed walking stick, study material to differently abled girls and honored all the successful participants of competitions held during the period.

During the valedictory ceremony Hindi Day message from Central Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Chairman and Managing Director Arup Roy Choudhary was read out to all the gathering. On this occasion cultural programme was presented by the differently abled students.

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