DEV SAMAJ SOCIETY CONTRIBUTES RS 10 LAKHS FOR KERALA FLOOD RELIEF

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Chandigarh

29 September 2018

DIVYA AZAD

Dev Samaj Society along-with its Educational Institutions came forward in support of flood victims of Kerala and donated an amount of Rs.10 Lacs, out of which 5 Lacs were contributed to Kerala’s Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and 5 Lacs for Communist Party of India, which will also be used for rehabilitation of Kerala Flood victims.

A ceremony to announce donation for Kerala Flood Relief fund was held at Dev Samaj College of Education, Sec 36 here. The same was attended by Sh. Nirmal Singh Dhillon, Secretary, Dev Samaj and Chairman, Dev Samaj College of Education, Sector 36-B, Chandigarh, Dr. Agnese Dhillon, Principal of Dev Samaj  College of Education, Sector-36B, Dr.Jaspal Kaur, Principal, Dev Samaj College for Women Sector-45, Chandigarh, Mrs. Loveleen Bedi Principal, I.S.Dev Samaj Sr.Secondary School, Sector-21, Chandigarh, Mr.Sudhir, Principal Dev Samaj Vidya Niketan Higher Secondary School, Gurgaon, Sh.K.Natrajan, Member Dev Samaj Pratinidhi Sabha, & Mr.Maanvinder Singh Mangat, Chief Administrative Officer of Dev Samaj Head Office, Sector-36-B event.

Speaking on the occasion, Sh. Nirmal Singh Dhillon, Secretary, Dev Samaj and Chairman, Dev Samaj College of Education, Sector 36-B, Chandigarh said, “Dev Samaj Society has been contributing towards the society regularly. The society donated Rs.4 Lacs in Jammu & Kashmir Flood Relief Fund in 2014. Dev Samaj Society has adopted two families in Kashmir and also constructed houses for them. “

Dr. Agnese Dhillon, Principal of Dev Samaj  College of Education, Sector-36B, Chandigarh said that, ” ‘Wall of Kindness’ is another noble initiative taken by Dev Samaj Society, whereby needy people can pick up clothes and other items of daily use as per their choice. Needy students of Dev Samaj Institutions are given fee concession to pursue their studies, which is a regular feature. “

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