Mumbai: Shri.Nutan Vidya Mandir High School located at Malad (East), Kurar village has completed 23 years after construction and is government recognised. Shri .Saraswati Sikshan Prasarak Sanstha runs the school. Founded by late Raju Karan Singh, the school teaches poor kids from the village and nearby places. The classes are run till 10th standard and nearly 1800 children learn in Hindi and Marathi medium.
Malad (West) based Gandhi Vichar Manch has redeveloped the school building and has built additional 3 new classrooms. In addition, a playground, stage and new toilets have been built. Four fans per room have been installed.The ground is rented out for occasions and it earns a fee for the school.
“This will better the conditions of the 1800 children studying in the school. India suffers poverty and poor should be uplifted. These children will grow up to make a strong India,” says Manmohan Gupta who is the Chairman of the Gandhi Vichar Manch.
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