Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council takes initiative to improve infrastructure of schools
Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) Chief Executive Member, Tankeswar Rabha on Thursday inaugurated six model classroom buildings
BOKO: Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) Chief Executive Member, Tankeswar Rabha on Thursday inaugurated six model classroom buildings, including steel desk benches and almirah, in five different lower primary schools and one ME School.
CEM Tankeswar Rabha said that many government schools in the remote areas did not have proper classrooms. So RHAC worked on it and as a part of this, a pilot project had been started with 100 schools, including lower primary and ME schools under RHAC area. Under this pilot project, school buildings will be constructed and desk benches and almirahs will be provided to every school.
Infrastructure of Jarihat ME School, Bondapara LP School, Gadhoputa LP School, Sahipara LP School, Lalmati LP School and Aunihati LP School have been development. According to CEM Tankeswar Rabha, this would benefit the school students. CEM Tankeswar Rabha also inaugurated a Girls' Common Room in Jawaharlal Nehru College, Boko which was constructed by RHAC fund. RHAC executive members Sumit Rabha, Aditya Rabha, Nagarmal Swargiyary, Sonaram Rabha and other dignitaries took part in the day-long programme.