Published On : Tue, May 7th, 2013

SBI’s Civil Lines Branch’s fine gesture, donates 10 ceiling fans to NMC school

Nagpur News: The State Bank of India (SBI) the most popular and number one bank in India for providing excellent services to its customers and carrying out several schemes for beneficial  to common people, has in good gesture, donated Usha Company’s 10 ceiling fans to recently built school building of Sant Kabir Higher Primary School in Kalamana area of Nagpur.

The SBI’s Civil Lines Branch handed over the fans to Nagpur Mayor Anil Sole and Deputy Mayor Sandip Jadhav recently. The school was built by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation. The Mayor then handed over the fans to Head Mistress of the school Nileema Vaghade. The SBI had previously also provided fans, water purifiers to various schools as well as helping poor students in rural areas.

West Nagpur MLA Sudhakar Deshmukh, Central Nagpur MLA Vikas Kumbhare, Ruling Party Leader in NMC Pravin Datke, Muslim League Group Leader and Corporator Aslam Khan, Zone Chairman Rashmi Fadnavis, Corporator Rajesh Ghodpage, SBI’s Assistant General Manager Sharma, Civil Lines Branch Manager Prashant Pande, Public Relations Officer Hemant Vasu, Social Worker Madhavi Pande, NMC’s Education Officer Mangala Chavan, President NMC Teachers’ Association Rajesh Gavare, Chief Secretary Deorav Mandavkar, Secretary Pramod Waghade, NMC’s School Inspector Khudre, Bavankar and others were present on the occasion.