Published On : Wed, Nov 23rd, 2016

Nagpur Round Table 83 to extend a new chapter in city named Nagpur Tigers Round Table


Nagpur: One of the Aims of Round Table India is “Extension of the Association”. While keeping the spirit true to the aims of the association Nagpur Round Table 83 is extending a new chapter in Nagpur by the name of Nagpur Tigers Round Table. In the last 30 years of existence of Nagpur Round Table 83 this is the 7th table being extended by Nagpur Round Table 83.

The extension of the table was lead by Chairman LMF Tabler Nilay Verma along with Secretary LMF Tabler Ritesh Saraf, Area Secretary Treasurer LMF Tabler Rahul Agarwala, Area and Table Extension Convener LMF Tabler Piyush Daga, Jewel of NRT83 Square Leg Sharad Agrawal.

Tablers all though out India work with a common motive of “Freedom through Education” and with table like NRT 83 which has already extended 6 tables and added more than 100 people to this movement is extending this 7th new table to its cap and 4th in Nagpur.

The new table Nagpur Tigers Round Table – the name of which is dedicated to the Nagpur City being the Tiger’s Capital of India, will be inaugurated on the 25th of November at Hotel Center Point at 8 pm by hands of Round Table India President Tabler Manpeert Singh ‘Raja’, a tabler from Ranchi Anchorage Round Table-160 along with Tabler Manan Soni (Mumbai), Area III Chairman, Tabler Devendra Gandhi (Raipur), Vice Chairman of Area III, Tabler Hitesh Kering (Pune), Immediate Past Chairman Area III and Tabler Rahul Agarwala(Nagpur) the Treasurer and Secretary of Area III.

All the dignitaries are coming especially for this occasion and as the President of RTI is coming for the 1st time into Nagpur city with more than 100 tablers in existence and 3 table in existence the event is of high importance.

There will be 14 new tablers who will be taking oath under the Chairman’s word and RTI guidelines to become tablers of NTRT – under the able leadership of Prospect Tabler Saurabh Agrawal from Nagpur who will be the founder chairman of the new NTRT.