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Canara Bank donates computer to Subramanya Swami High School

Published On : 28 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Udupi: Canara Bank to donated computers to Sri. Subramanya Swami High School, Kadandale. Speaking on the occasion, K Verupaksha, Canara Bank General Manager said, :Without computer, it is difficult nowadays to do any work. It is an important part of life."

During in his presidential addres,s School Management President and former Minister Amarnath Shetty said, "There was shortage of computers in the school. The management asked the Canara Bank officials and shortage of computers was fulfilled."

School assistant teacher Sudhakar Posralu welcomed the gathered and compered the programme. Sadashiva Upadyaya proposed vote of thanks.

 







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