14 June 2023
New age realty development company PLPB, did an outreach initiative to connect with first generation learners of the TriCity on World Day Against Child Labour to assess and understand their hopes, dreams and aspirations of each one of them.
On the occasion, PLPB gifted books of famous personalities and stories to motivate and encourage the children to seek inspiration from them and be better human beings. Story-telling sessions were also conducted during the event.
The management and team of PLPB engaged with the young and tender minds and their mentors of self help group managed by renowned academician, and xPrincipal of CL Aggarwal DAV Model School, Sec 7 Chandigarh -Ms. Sunita Ranyal and Advocate -Ms. Palak Dev to assess the challenges and appropriate measures they are undertaking to make the difference.
Sharing his feelings, Sanjeev Singla, Chairman, PLPB said, “PLPB stands in solidarity for World Day Against Child Labour and today we are really happy to be with the children and gift them the friends for their life – the books and we feel that more such initiatives are needed to be undertaken for these young bright minds. Having interacted with their mentors sharpened our thoughts for wellness for our communities and especially for the future of our nation.”
Speaking on the occasion, Lohit Bansal, Managing Director, PLPB said, “The future of our nation rests with the younger generation and we feel that it is part of our duty to ensure right path is shown to them so that our nation becomes a formidable force of intellect as we progress. We are really happy to be with the young children and this initiative is a step towards our intent to be the change-makers in a more progressive and meaningful way.”
Mentors Sunita Ranyal and Palak Dev, expressed their gratitude and said, “PLPB’s management has stepped up and reached out to make the children feel special. It is encouraging to have such meaningful and thoughtful gestures made by them. We wish them great success and hope this initiative inspires the young minds. Most of the children are first generation learners and have dreams to be in the armed forces, be a pilot, a teacher, develop new technologies, be a doctor and more.”