Muttur remote schools get computers, band equipment

[TamilNet, Monday, 09 February 2004, 00:08 GMT]
Four computers with accessories at a cost of about 300,000 rupees were handed over to four schools in Muttur east, Pallikudiruppu Kalaimagal Hindu College, Killiveddy Maha Vidiyalayam, Kattaiparichchan Vipulananda Vidiyalayam and Sampoor Maha Vidiyalayam, at an event held at Pallikudiruppu Kalaimagal Hindu College in the Liberation Tigers-held Muttur east Saturday afternoon. A set of band music equipment valued at about 150,000 rupees was handed over to Kanguveli Agathiyar Vidiyalayam.

Parliamentarians Messrs R. Sampanthan, K. Thurairetnasingham, and Provincial Director of Education Mr.S. Mahalingam, handed over the computers and other equipment to the representatives of respective schools. The recipient schools are located in the remotest part of the Trincomalee district, education sources said.

Mr. R.Sampanthan and Mr.K.Thurairetnasingham, Muttur Zonal Director of Education Mr.A.L.A Kuthoos, Trincomalee Zonal Director of Education Mr.K.Thilakaretnam, Muttur Divisional Secretary Mr.A.Nadarajah and the LTTE's Trincomalee education unit head Ms Kaaronja spoke at the event.



Muttur schools get computers
( L-R ) Guests, NE Provincial Director of Education Mr.S.Mahalingam, LTTE Trincomalee district educational head, Ms Kaaronja, Muttur Zonal Director of education Mr.A.L.A.Kuthoos, Muttur Divisional Secretary Mr.A.nadarajah, Divisional Education Officer Mr.K.Thiraviarajah, LTTE Muttur Fianancial head Mr.Nishanthan, Parliamentarians Mr.R.Sampanthan and Mr.Thurairatnasingham and Deputy Zonal Director of Education Mr.K.Kunarajaratnam are seen observing two minute silence along with students after lighting the traditional oil lamp.


Muttur schools get computers
Students with garlands in hands await the arrival of guests at the entrance to Pallikudiruppu Kalaimagal Hindu College where the distribution of computers and band music equipment took place.


Muttur schools get computers
Trincomalee district head of the LTTE education wing, Ms. Kaaronja, addressing the event.


Muttur schools get computers
Mr.Sampanthan (extreme right) hands over the first computer to Pallikudiruppu Kalaimagal Hindu College teacher ( partially hidden, second from left). College Principal Mr.P.Thurainayagam (Center) and parliamentarian Mr.Thurairetnasingham (Second from right) are also seen.

 

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