More Naguar Schools to join hands with the campaign by Ram Bajaj Foundation – “Shiksha Ki Unchi Udaan” after 3 day of student development workshops

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RAJASTAN: The chapter of Nagaur ends by many supporting schools which have showed interest to participate in ongoing student development campaign of Ram Bajaj Foundation – “Shiksha Ki Unchi Udaan”. The 3 day visit led to spreading of news like fire and resulted in few more schools partnering for joining the noble initiatives.
nagaurThe key highlight of the workshop is the online helpline, where students can post their doubts for their future developments.

This noble initiative – Shiksha Ki Unchi Udaan – is taken up by foundation with a view to empower students by imbibing the qualities of decision making, self-confidence and good communication skills in smaller districts and cities of Rajasthan.

After a session the Principal of S K Greenwood Shikshan Santhan, Jagjeet Singh, said, “It was a very impressive and positive session for students. They showed curiosity to know more about helpline and are quiet clear guidelines about their mind map. It will be great to have more frequency of such sessions.

The founder of the campaign Ram Bajaj said, “It is very encouraging to know how students and principals have come along and shown proactive ways to learn and develop new traits. We welcome more schools to join hands and let the students become better and brighter for a great future to the society and Nation.”



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