Partap World School, Pathankot announces free education to martyr Subedar Sukhdev’s children
Post by RK News on Saturday, May 20, 2023
Jammu, May 19: Partap World School, Pathankot has set a new role for the institutions by providing free education to the children of Subedar Sukhdev Singh who was martyred on October 05, 2020, at the Line of Control in the Naushera sector of Jammu and Kashmir.
“The school has initiated its social responsibility for the people who sacrifice their lives and comfort to provide us a peaceful life in independent India,” the school said in a statement. Martyr Subedar Sukhdev Singh’s two children, Tanvi in Class XI and Tanmay in Class V will be provided 100 percent free education till K-12 grade by the school.
Recently, the Director of the school Sunny Mahajan along with Director Oshin Mahajan; Chairperson Shashi Mahajan and Principal Subhra Rani in a press conference announced this benefit for Tanvi and Tanmay.
“This is a small step started by the institution which shows a sense of social responsibility. Our founder chairman sir Sri Surjit Mahajan ji always use to say no matter what you do, but do a bit of your duty what you can do for society. These students Tanvi and Tanmay will be provided free food, free transportation, and free education till K12 grade along with free guidance for their future plans,” the school’s Director said.
The school management has extended hands to adopt these children, setting an example that every institution to think similarly to provide equal opportunity of quality education to all deprived students also.
Principal Subhra Rani while addressing the press conference said, “Tanvi is a very determined student and we are hopeful she will one day shine in fulfilling the dreams of her parents and inspire thousands of such deprived students of the martyred families that if there is a will; there is a way. Everyone can reach their goal with determination.”
Tanvi on the occasion said she feels proud of her father's deed. “I will definitely wear the army uniform one day and make my parents proud of my achievement. I will work for my country motherland like my father,” she said.