most neglected sections of the society were admitted 22 children to Standard VIII

Ahmedabad : Twenty bright children belonging to the most neglected sections of the society were admitted to Standard VIII under the aegis of Pujit Rupani Memorial Trust. 

The memorial working since 1995 by adopting 40 bright children of rag-pickers for their school education has so far adopted nearly 400 children. They are helped to crack competitive tests to become doctors, engineers and become useful citizens.

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, who is also the Chairman of the Trust, said that good work doesn’t wait for anyone as God is with such social workers. Our aim is to ensure best possible education to the needy children. He wished the fresh students all success.

RSS Joint General Secretary Krishna Gopalji eulogized the Trust’s activities for nurturing the lives of many bright but needy children.

A documentary film on the activities of the Trust was screened at the function. Student clearing the NEET, earlier called pre-medical test, was presented a prize and cheque to pursue higher education.

Those present on the occasion included MP Mohanbhai Kundaria, MLAs Lakhabhai Sagathia and Arvindbhai Raiyani, Mayor Binaben Acharya, BJP City Unit President Kamleshbhai Mirani,  Anjaliben Rupani, former MLA Bhanuben Babaria, BJP spokesman Rajubhai Dhruv, Standing Committee Chairman Udaybhai Kangad, Pravinbhai Rupani, Animeshbhai Rupani, Dr. Vallabhbhai Kathiria, Municipal Commissioner Banchhanidhi Pani, Collector Rahul Gupta, Police Commissioner Manoj Agrawal.