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CMD-RINL inaugurates the Renovated College Building at V Madugula


Shri Kishore Chandra Das, D (P) & CMD (Addnl. Charge), RINL- Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, inaugurated the renovated college building at Government Junior College V Madugula. RINL-VSP extended assistance to carry out repairs to the existing college building from its CSR funds.   Dr Satyavathi, Hon’ble member of Parliament and Sri Mutyala Naidu, Hon’ble MLA also participated in the inauguration function.

RINL contributed Rs.15 Lakhs for these major repairs and face-lifting jobs executed through the Andhra Pradesh Samagra Shiksha Abhiyaan (APSSA).

CMD RINL felicitated Dr Satyavathi, Hon’ble MP and Hon’ble MLA Sri Mutyalanaidu for their involvement in the project and other improvement activities. They thanked RINL for extending financial help from their CSR funds for such a useful cause to improve educational facilities in villages in and around Visakhapatnam.

Speaking on the occasion,  Shri Das complimented the Engineers of APSSA for timely completion of the jobs. He said that Education is an effective enabler of social change.  RINL is providing educational infrastructure to various schools in the form of dual desk benches, additional class rooms, toilets, hand wash stations etc. He also mentioned that RINL-Vizag Steel is not only a pride for employees, but also it is a pride for all people of Andhra Pradesh, particularly the people of surrounding areas.

Sri Narasimha Rao, Divisional Engineer from Andhra Pradesh Sarva Siksha Abhiyaan, Sri K Satya Narayana, Chief General Manager, CSR Department, RINL also participated in the inauguration ceremony.

The Principal of the college thanked the efforts of RINL Management in carrying out special repairs to the college building and their contribution to promote education in the Visakhapatnam District.

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