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Uniglobe provides stationery items to differently abled students from Khagendra Nawa Jeewan Kendra


Kathmandu, May 28, 2017: Students from Uniglobe College recently organized stationery distribution programme to the children Khagendra Nawa Jeewan Kendra, Jorpati, Kathmandu with the theme ‘Education for All’.

In the programme held with the main objective of enhancing the creativity in the students by organizing the drawing competition, stationary items were distributed to as many as 330 students which included 5 notebooks, pencil, sharpener and eraser to each student, along with color pencils to the participants in the drawing competition to promote the drawing skills within them.

In the programme, the students were entertained by Magic Show, as well as the dance performances by different abled – dwarf dancers. The objective was to illustrate that there is potential in every person which can be explored and enhanced in many ways.  The programme was conducted with a belief ‘together we can make a change and leave a positive impact in the society’.

President of Uniglobe Center for Social Programme (UCSP), Anisha Baral shared, “Together we can bring changes in the society and those changes is worth it when you see the smiles on the faces innocent children with some good works. It was very inspiring to see the differently abled students participating in the programme and unleashing their creativity. This has motivated us to do even more positive works in near future.” Similarly, Jyoti Khadka, who was coordinating the programme shared, “Equal and quality education is the need of today’s time. Even though we cannot change the whole education system, we can be the part of initiating something for the change and we are simply trying to do the same.”

After successful completion of the programme, Mr. Pradeep Parajuli, Corporate Relationship Manager of the college said, “Education that helps to solve the community problem is the real education that can contribute to the welfare of the society and nation. It feels proud that students themselves identified the need of doing something for the betterment of the orphan and needy students. The program was indeed an impact making.”

Similarly, Dr. Nar Bahadur Bista, Principal of the college shared, “Students are the ones filling the voids in the society. I am very glad to see the well-managed and effective program. Students-led such activities not only develops the teamwork skill but also the ownership to contribute to the overall development of the country.”