Through his noble actions Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya, Founder, Presidents & Chairman of Suryadatta Group of Institutes, who is believer of “Education to All”, always shows the way to follow his footsteps and inspires the outreach to the needy deserving people of the society.
This year Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya and his daughter Dr. Kimya Chordiya’s Birthday was celebrated in a unique manner on the opening day of the School and Junior College; by distributing school bags containing 10 Note Books & a compass box to 200 needy students from drought affected areas of Maharashtra. The generosity was executed through the students of Suryadatta National School, Bavdhan. (CBSE Affiliated).
The very purpose of doing so is while extending the help, the young minds also should learn a lesson & emulate it when they are capable to do so. This indeed is a ‘Sanskar’; the Enculturation, which will be imbibed by the young generation of India.
Apparently the gesture may be monetarily evaluated as a small step but philosophically it is a step of ‘Vamna’, covering the entire universe. It is the squirrel’s help to Lord Rama in building the bridge across the ocean.
On this occasion, Shri Dhiraj Ghate, President of Sane Guruji Mandal, who was the chief guest recalled how he is associated with Dr. Chordiya’s Social work since the inception of Suryadatta Group of Institutes. Mr. Dhiraj Ghate emphasized that this is not an event but a moment which will continue in the drought situation in Maharashtra is totally eradicated.
Dr. Sanjay. B. Chordiya appealed that each organization and its members should extend help to best of their capacity for economically challenged and needy students. This will help to reduce the imbalance among the students belonging to different strata of the society.
Dr. Kimaya Chordiya (M.D.) expressed her feelings by saying that celebrating the birthday in such manner has given her inner satisfaction and sense of belonging to the down trodden part of the society. She says that this is her art of living.
Earlier in Dec 2015 Dr. S.B.Chordiya has motivated the student of Suryadatta Group of Institutes to collect food grains for the draught affected the farmer families of Maharashtra. The Collected Grains were sent to the needy, rural pockets of the Maharashtra through the Gram Panchayat members of Bavdhan.
Dr. Sanjay. B. Chordiya propagates, “It is essential to build better character in students to make them better Human Beings and thus to transform our future young aspirators into efficient and effective Managers, Leaders & Entrepreneurs”.
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