Crossland College, Brahmavar has launched free breakfast scheme for the needy students.
There are many rural students who travel to study in the college from remote areas. They start from home very early in the morning without having breakfast. They also don’t have money to have breakfast from outside. Therefore they sit in the classes empty stomach from morning till the classes are over. Realizing the difficulty of these students, our college has launched a free breakfast scheme today with the support of our Alumni Association.
Dr.Robert Clive G, Associate Professor realized and felt the need to extend this facility to the students as many of them start from home as early as 6 am to reach the college on time as the classes start at 8.30 am.The requirement was proposed to the alumni at their meeting at Bengaluru and a few immediately agreed to support the same.Mr.Udaya Poojary, Proprietor Durga Ganesh Caterers,Bengaluru provided the seed money. The project was inaugurated by Mr.Shajy Mathew Chacko, alumnus and Lecturer, ITS by handing over the breakfast to students.
In his inaugural speech, he encouraged the students to understand the need of the underprivileged and help them. Giving is better than receiving, he said. By stating that advice alone is not the right thing to do, he handed over his contribution to the Principal towards the
project. Principal Prof.Samuel K.Samuel reminded the students that the alumni is sparing their hard earned money to help them and once they are in a position, they have to do the same for others and it has to move on. Dr.Robert Clive G conducted the programme
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