Thursday, 4 December 2014

ITL Public School, Dwarka.builds toilet for Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya in Palam Village

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NEW DELHI: Motivated by the Prime Minister's Independence Day discourse and Swachh Vidyalaya Abhiyan, some private schools are venturing into help sanitation in government schools.

A set of four toilets for boys and an alternate set for girls was built at Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya in Palam Village (a boy's school is run from the premises at evening shift), civility ITL Public School, Dwarka.

The administration of ITL Public School had begun with an overview. "We had likewise asked Doe. We understood this school required help desperately. It did have toilets yet they were just about broken. Indeed the ladies staff had issues," says primary Sudha Acharya. A proposal was arranged and submitted to Doe in August. "They provided for us authorization inevitably," says Acharya.

Development started on October 2, and was finished by November. The entire undertaking cost pretty much Rs 2 lakh. "They are much the same as non-public school toilets with the exception of they, on the school's solicitation, are all Indian-style ones," she includes. "We visit each one school to scout the sanitation status-whether the toilets are practical, if there's running water," says Veena Tandon, delegate chief, instruction (southwest B). "When I went to a few schools in my general vicinity, I found that this one required more toilets."

Source : TOI

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