Round Table India with support of State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur have put a smile on the faces of 31 children from the underprivileged background by turning their dreams of flying in an aeroplane into reality.
These 31 children were handpicked from 4 schools of udaipur: RTI Vidyaniketan Ucch Prathmik Vidyalay, Badgaon; Rasiklal M Dhariwal School, Udaipur; Rajkeeya Madhyamik Vidyalay, Badi & Phoolchand Lodha Aadarsh Vidyalay, Dewas on the basis of their excellence in academic and co-curricular activities. The initiative aims at making these children realise that no dream is too big and the only way to turn your dreams into reality is working hard towards it.
The 31 children along with their 4 teachers will be travelling by the 8:35 AM flight on 29th Nov 2016 from udaipur to Delhi along with Round Table India Area Chairman – Rajasthan Deepak Bhansali members of Round Table India udaipur chapter & 41’rs club: Deepesh Kothari, Pankaj Duggar, Gautam Hinger, Sourabh kothari, Dr. Pankaj Jain and Kapil Surana and will be received by Round Table India National President Manpreet Singh Raja and Area Chairman- Delhi Ashish Gupta.
They will be hosted in Delhi by the members of Round Table India Delhi chapter. Their schedule includes lunch, dinner & sightseeing covering tourist attractions such as Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, India Gate and Parliament House culminating with Night stay at a hotel before taking the flight off to udaipur on 30th Nov 2016.
Upon their arrival they will be taken to the city palace complex where they would get an opportunity to meet and interact with Maharaj Kunwar Lakshraj Singh Ji Mewar, Executive Director- HRH Hotels followed by a high tea. Furthermore they will get to visit historical monuments and learn about the history of Mewar courtesy Maharana Mewar Charitable Foundation.
Round Table India’s flight of Fantasy received support and encouragement from State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, Wonder Cement, 41’rs club, Rasiklal M Dhariwal School Udaipur,Rajasthan Patrika, HRH group of Hotels, Indigo & Maharana Mewar Charitable Trust.
Round Table India, Ladies Circle India in association with Karnataka Bank organised Treasure Hunt at Oriental Palace Resorts on 1st November 2015.
The participating cars started arriving at the venue from 7:30 AM and the treasure hunt was flagged at 9 AM by The Mayor of Udaipur, Shri. Chandar Singh Ji Kothari.
The mayor suggested that from the next year onwards the participating cars should also have messaged displaying importance of cleanliness and environment conservation thereby also raising awareness about the same which the organisers assured to incorporate.
Chairman of the Udaipur Lakecity Round Table Tr. Sarfaraz Tobwala said that approximately 60 cars participated in the treasure hunt and that the proceeds will off towards various projects of Round Table India.
One such project is the Round Table India Vidya Niketan Ucch Prathmik Vidyalaya at Badgaon. Udaipur Lakecity Round Table has built 9 classrooms, 1 Principal room, a store and separate toilet blocks for girls and boys at this school in Badgaon.
Chairperson of Udaipur Lakecity Ladies Circle, Cr. Aarti Nyati said that one female participant per car has been kept mandatory which signifies “Women Empowerment” and also encourages family participation in the event.
Treasure Hunt Convener Tr. Gaurav Khanna informed us about the winners. Mr. Neeraj Sharma came first, Ms. Hanzala stood Second & Mr. Inderjeet Mehta stood third.
Karnataka Bank was the Title Sponsor of the event. Penguin Health club & Leela Tyres were the co sponsors.
Mr. Avnish Kumar from Karnataka Bank & Mr. Praveen Jain from Penguin Health Club were present during the flag off. Sunrise Bakery was the Food Partner.
The event was organised by Udaipur Lakecity Round Table & Udaipur Lakecity Ladies Circle.
Round Table India Go-Green Initiatives
Round Table India as their “Go Green” Project undertook the Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan & unveiled fabricated dustbins on 10th November 2014 as a part of Community Sevice activities during Round Table India week stretching from 8th November to 14th November 2014. .
Members of Round Table India undertook the Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan. They chose to clean an area near The Celebration Mall, Bhuwana today. Seemant Agarwal, Anish Chaudhary, Tilak Kataria, Anubhav Singhvi, Shubham Tayaliya, Manan Nahar were present and they cleaned the chosen area and two tractor trolleys of garbage was cleared from the spot.
In a separate ceremony, Round Table India unveiled the dustbins fabricated by them, which will be installed at various locations across the city. According to Nitin Gattani, Round Table India would also like to invite people who want them to install the dustbins at public places near their homes, workplaces if they feel the need of one. According to Dr. Manu Bansal, 9 Dustbins have been fabricated at a cost of Rs. 18,000 & will be installed in the next 3 to 4 days. Nitin Gattani, Dr. Manu Bansal, Saurabh Kothari, Kushagrah Hinger from Round Table India were present for the unveiling.
Round Table India works primarily towards educating the under privileged and has built around 1710 schools across India at a total outlay of Rs. 130 Crores.
Round Table India Blood Donation Camp
Round Table India & Ladies Circle India (Udaipur Chapter) jointly organized a blood donation drive on the 8th November 2014. The blood donation camp was organized at two locations: MB Hospital and Aravali Institute of Technical Studies.
The blood donation camp great enthusiasm and about 100 Units of blood were donated by Tablers, Circlers and Volunteers. The blood donation drive marked the beginning of the RTI Week that will consist of 7 days of dedicated community service activities.
Round Table India & Ladies Circle India (Udaipur Chapter) received whole hearted support from staff, management & students of Aravli Institute of Technical Studies
Round Table India works primarily towards educating the under privileged by constructing schools and classrooms across India. Round Table India has built around 1710 schools across India at a total outlay of Rs. 130 Crores. Every day one classroom is built under the Freedom through Education project of Round Table India.
One such school built in UDAIPUR by Round Table India is the Vidya Niketan Ucch Maadhyamik Vidyalay in Badgaon.