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August 12, 2021 Thursday 11:20:15 PM IST

Attitude of Gratitude in Rajagiri Schools

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The Rajagiri Public School and Rajagiri Higher Secondary School in Ernakulam district in Kerala kept alive the spirit of caring and sharing at the beginning this academic year (2021-22) too as the management and parents distributed free refreshment kits to policemen, autorickshaw drivers and postal services staff  on duty in the vicinity of the schools. "Kerala Police, autorickshsaw drivers and postal staff was doing an amazing job in these difficult circumstances as Covid-19 second wave further put further stress especially on law enforcers. The free kit is an expression of our appreciation and gratitude for their tireless service for common good," Ms Thanuja Omanakuttan, Hon. Secretary of Rajagiri Public School Parent Teacher Association (PTA) said.  Homeless people in the vicinity were provided with blankets, buckets and toiletries. Rev Fr Varghese Kachappilly,CMI, Principal of Rajagiri Public School distributed the kits on behalf of the school  while Rev Fr Martin Mundadan, Principal, Rajagiri Higher Secondary School distributed 100 free kits  containing 14 different items under the 'Santhvanam'  charity initiative to those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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