Nagpur/Chandigarh: Members of the National Executive of Round Table India met at Chandigarh recently to take stock of the happening in the previous quarter and to discuss way forward for the next quarter under National President PLMF Tr. Christopher Arvinth.
Round Table India (RTI), an organisation of young people between the age group of 18-40 years, has a hierarchy wherein the Tables report to the Area Board consisting of 16 Areas at present who in turn report to the National Board. The Board meeting was attended by 55 Tablers staying across the length and breadth of the country who form part of the National Board.
On March 17, 2018, National President PLMF Tr. Christopher Arvinth convened the 4th National Executive Meeting of the year. The National Board recognised the efforts of the Tables in various activities like extension, fellowship and publicity.
On March 19, 2018 National President PLMF Tr. Christopher Arvinth reconvened the 4th National Executive Meeting of the year. The conveners presented the plan for the year ahead with some new initiatives being taken up by Round Table India.
With great pride, a school to be built by Nagpur Round Table 83 at Parvati Nagar, was shortlisted to be one of the schools to be taken up as pilot project for Bajaj Project. Another feather on the cap of Nagpur was that LMF Tr. Piyush Daga from Nagpur Round Table 83 was acknowledged with President’s Star Pin for his dedication for the movement.