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Club to provide TB diagnostic van
Jamshedpur, July 30: Rotary Club of Jamshedpur West has laid out plans for the year 2019-20. Newly appointed president of the club Shweta Chand said, the main focus will be on environment and cleanliness.
Addressing a press conference at a city hotel on Monday, Shweta Chand informed about the number of projects which will be focussed during her tenure as President.
“With focus on environment conservation and cleanliness we will be planting 1100 Teak Tree Plant to help a farmer to plan his retirement. A Swachh Bharat rally will be held to promote cleaner surroundings in line with the ideology of our Prime Minister along with a program to encourage plastic free environment. With the support of Jusco we will be helping Jamshedpur to improve its Swachh ranking across the country with an aim to be in top five cities. A public place will also be selected and will be developed as clean and green”, added Shweta.
She further informed that club is of the opinion that every section of the society should be benefited from the social work.
“The club will adopt a village Murgaguttu and launch various rural projects including making of RCC, starting an adult literacy batch for village ladies, planning a vocational training for the villagers, constructing a wash station and toilets at a village school and conducting a Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) for rural children”, said Chand adding, “Under the TEACH program teachers training workshop will be held along with installation of computers in various schools to facilitate E learning, Adult Literacy”.
She went on to add that under the global grant project for providing health services to the villagers mobile TB diagnostic van will be provided by the club.
Nibha Mishra, secretary of the Rotary Club of Jamshedpur West along with Director Public Relations Kamalendu Shukla, Standing Committee member Pratim Banerjee and Dr. Amit Mukherjee were present at the event.