Sipradian Sahayata Sanstha distributes Scholarship to Chepang Students
20 June 2019
Scholarship has been supporting the financially deserving Chepang students to pursue their basic education
Sipradian Sahayata Sanstha, a CSR wing of SIPRADI Companies, has distributed the scholarships to Chepang students for their education. The Chepang students have been studying in Shree Bindeshwari Adharbhut Bidhyalaya, Ratna Nagar, Narayanghat for the past 7 years and Sipradian Sahayata Sanstha has been supporting them since then with their education and other hostel necessities such as food, stationeries, toiletries, bed sheets, etc. The Chepang students of the school are doing well in both class and extra-curricular activities at the school as well as the regional level. And most of the graduates from the community have passed SEE with the flying colour.
In the event, organized at Shree Bindeshwari Adharbhut Bidhyalaya the amount of Rs. 13lakh 74thousand is handed over to the Chepang students by the TATA Yodha customer – Mr. Umesh Giri, who was also the past president of Jaycees, Ratna Nagar. Mr. Gopal Bhattarai, the owner of Safal Motors, the regional distributor of TATA Motors was also present at the handover ceremony. According to Mr. Rajat Shrestha, the representative of the Sipradian Sahayata Sanstha, “Sipradian Sahayata Sanstha has been involved in the field of Education since its inception in 2012. We have been providing scholarships to the needy children of various communities. Everyone has a right to education. And our aim is to reduce the number of school dropouts due to financial burdens. And we are really happy to see the achievements of the students from Chepang community”
The Sipradian Sahayata Sanstha has been actively supporting and contributing in the field of education. Recently, the Sipradian Sahayata Sanstha in collaboration with TATA Trust, India has handed over a well-constructed Kupkanya School in Sindhupalchowk, which was destroyed in the April 2015 Earthquake. The organization has a plan to construct 7 schools of Sindhupalchowk destroyed at that time. Till now, they have already handed over 3 schools and rest of the projects are also almost finished.