Determined to create a more conducive environment for learning, Jendamark India recently partnered with the new Zilla Parishade (District Council) School in Velu to fund the building of a classroom.
This newly built, government-run school serves 300 pupils, whose families hail from a mainly rural, agricultural community.
Jendamark India’s Pranjali Valavade says before its establishment, there were no district schools in the area.
“Education is essential for development and we really wanted to give something back to the community in which we are operating our business,” says Valavade, adding that one of these children could be the next tech leader.
“It is very important to have clean and spacious infrastructure for learning. We are so proud that we were able to give some small help in building a bright future for these children.”