Mangaluru: CREDAI President D B Mehta inaugurates computer lab at Managuda Govt School

Mangaluru: Round Table and CREDAI jointly inaugurated and handed over a computer lab for the Managuda Govt School on 23rd January 2016.



D B Mehta, President, CREDAI – Mangalore inaugurated the Computer Lab. Members of Round Table and CREDAI – Mangalore – Colin Pinto, Chairman, MCRT 190, Ajith Pai Maroor, Pushparaj Jain, Nishanth Shet, Sudeesh Karunakaran, William D’Souza, Vinod Pinto, Pramod Pinto, Vishal khokkani, Avalon Patrao and others were present during the ceremony.

Speaking on the occasion D B Mehta emphasised the need to have such initiatives from organisations like Round Table for the betterment of Government Schools and its students. He also mentioned that CREDAI is more than pleased to associate with Round Table and assured for continued patronage in coming days.

CREDAI- Mangalore and Round Table will be organising the Guiding Stars Rally Event on 31st January 2016. Round Table had utilised the funds raised through the previous year Guiding Star Event for initiatives such as Computer Lab and Science lab at different schools.

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