Solar Division constructs infrastructure for government school
March 02, 2018
Tata International’s Solar Division is executing two ground-mounted solar power projects of installed capacity of 123 MWp at Bhamer Village, Taluka Sakri, District Dhule, in Maharashtra. Bhamer has one primary government school for boys and girls up to Class 4. The school, started in 1954 and is attended by 196 students (110 boys and 86 girls) from the village.
Most of the girls the area attend this primary school. All the classrooms are equipped with LED screens and dish TV for internet access for teaching through distance education conducted by the Government of India. The school management requested Tata International to construct a toilet for the girls equipped with modern facilities under Swachha Bharat Abhiyan, and a 45m long and 3m wide access road.
On February 21, 2018, the school organised a function which was attended by Mr UV Golwalkar, Head Operations, Mr Tunmun Kakati, Manager Projects, Mr Damodaran Naidu, Administration, Mr Sarosh, Site Engineer, Mr Swapnil Patil, Site in Charge from Solar Division, Ms Vaishali Sonawane, Village Sarpanch, and all the school teachers, students and senior citizens of village.
The students welcomed the visitors with a song. Mr Golwalkar and Mr Wagh, Principal, addressed the gathering. The school management presented the annual activities on a digital screen powered by Solar panels. Snacks packets were given to all the students by the Solar team. The function ended with vote of thanks to the management of Tata International.