Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women

by Prime Educational and Social Trust
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Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women
Microcredit Marvels: Empowering Women

Project Report | Feb 19, 2024
Impact of our remedial schools in rural villages

By S.M. Arasu | Founder Director

Impact of our remedial schools in rural villages
Impact of our remedial schools in rural villages

A Memorable Visit to Prime Trust's Evening Schools in rural villages of Tamil Nadu

On February 10, 2024, Prime Trust's Founder and Managing Director, Mr. S.M. Arasu, alongside dedicated volunteer Ms. Shelpa and the compassionate staff, embarked on a visit to the evening school nestled in the heart of Dutt Nagar village, located within Villupuram District.

As the team entered the school premises, they were greeted by the enthusiastic children who eagerly showcased their talents through a vibrant dance performance, setting a joyous tone for the visit. Witnessing the children's enthusiasm was truly heart-warming and inspiring.

During the visit, special attention was given to nurturing the students' English language skills. Engaging activities were conducted to help the children grasp the fundamentals of constructing sentences in English, thereby broadening their linguistic horizons and fostering confidence in communication.

Moreover, recognizing the importance of access to educational resources, stationary kits brimming with essential tools were generously distributed among the children. These kits symbolized not only the tangible support provided by Prime Trust but also served as a beacon of hope, empowering the students to pursue their educational journey with renewed vigour.

The visit served as a poignant reminder of the transformative power of education and the invaluable role organizations like Prime Trust play in shaping the future of young minds. It was a profound experience, marked by mutual exchange and genuine connection, aimed at enriching the educational experience and brightening the prospects of the children of Dutt Nagar village.

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Prime Educational and Social Trust

Location: Puducherry - India
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Twitter: @Prime_Trust
Project Leader:
Savarinathan Maria Arasu
Puducherry , Puducherry India
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