Hubli RT 37: Fellowship report on trip to Hampi

HRT 37 FRIENDSHIP DAY FELLOWSHIP REPORT: DO DIN DOSTON KE NAAM. (2nd & 3rd August 2014)

What better way to kick off the fellowships for the year 2014-15 than to celebrate Friendship’s day together with our families!

HRT 37 decided to go on a road trip to Hyatt Hampi, a 3-hour drive from Hubli, to celebrate friendship’s day and enjoy a fun filled time with our families.

Plans were made quickly, route was mapped, bookings managed at the resort at the last moment, everyone chipped in and we were ready to roll.

It was a two-day trip and we met on the 2nd morning at Hotel Hans for breakfast. It was time to bond and spend quality time with each other and we all car-pooled and drove together.

There were detours and pit stops at picturesque locations and we reached Hyatt in the afternoon where a sumptuous buffet spread was awaiting us

Post lunch and a little siesta, we all hit the amazing pool at property. The weather was perfect and a couple of hours of swimming made us all head to the restaurant for an evening snack and coffee.

We discovered ‘KALADHAAM’ right next to Hyatt. It’s architecture and serenity took everyone’s breath away. It’s an art and cultural centre that showcases the beautiful ruins of Hampi through lovely panoramic pictures and 3D show.

On the 3rd morning we all enjoyed a hearty breakfast, a couple of laps of the pool and did an early checkout to drive down to the temples of Hampi. A small detour to the bear sanctuary and a drive around the lovely locales of Hampi was followed by lunch at hotel Malligi in Hospet where we rendezvoused with Tablers Sundeep Mani & Raghvendra from HRT 231.

The drive back to Hubli was equally fun for the kids as we stopped by a few spots that provided us excellent view of the reservoir in full glory. Couple of stops for coffee & tea and we were back in Hubli by late evening.

 A couple of days went by like a few hours.

The fellowships of HRT 37 have just begun!!

Tr Gaurav Khullar
Secretary – HRT 37 (2014-15)
gaurav@tmifabricators.com

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Bellary RT 152: Dental screening and treatment camp report

Dental screening and treatment camp report

  • Dental treatment is expensive and time consuming, and most of the time is not reachable to rural population.
  • Keeping this in mind BVRT 152 and BVLC127 in association with Government Dental College and Research Institure and Health and family welfare Department, Bellary decided to  conduct dental treatment camp at RUPANGUDI  PRIMARY  HEALTH  CENTER, around 20 kms from bellary, taking the treatment facilities to the doorsteps of poor and needy rural population
  • PUBLICITY: 20 banners were erected and pamplets were distributed in the following villges covering a population of 35000 people.
  • Names of villages: Rupanagudi, Rayapura, Kuntanahal, Lingadevanahalli, Yalapi, Kaggal, Paramadevanahalli, Ettinabudihal, Burunayakanahalli, Boppakunta, Ibrahimpur, Vighneshwar camp, Dhanalaxmicamp, Shankarabandi, Kammarachedu, Talamamadi, Asundi, Tirumalanagar camp and Chellugurki
  • Around 150 patients were screened and simple treatments like extractions, cleaning, fluoride application for children, fillings were done for 65patients
  • Complicated cases were referred to Government Dental College, Bellary for free treatment
  • 10 complete denture patients were selected for furthure treatment under project muskaan
  • Free medicines (antibiotics, pain killers, desensitizing toothpastes, mouthwashes) were distributed to needy patients
  • Health education was given to all the needy people. They were taught brushing techniques, food and nutrition and adverse effects of tobacco.
  • Lunch was arranged by bvrt 152 for doctors and hospital staff

Dr Adarsh

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Kanpur RT 125: Article on Teacher’s Day

TEACHERS DAY WITH KHRT 125

 “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” 

William Arthur Ward

From the words of William Arthur Ward we can be rest assured that we have a set of great teachers working tirelessly day in and day out at our three FTE project schools in Kanpur. The dedication of these teachers is remarkable for they are working in less than optimum conditions to ensure that the underprivileged children in these rural areas are not deprived of a standard education.

Every year we at 125 have been arranging special events and celebrations for the students in our FTE schools but unknowingly we were neglecting the very important facet of our schools- the teachers. This year we decided to undo this wrong and a special day for all our teachers was on the cards. There are more than three dozen teachers working with us in our schools,

The projects convener Tr Nihir took the entire responsibility of the event on himself. Special gifts were arranged for all the teachers and we reached the school early morning of September 5th. All the teachers had assembled in one school and it was a nice little gathering. After a few inspirational speeches the gifts were handed over to the beaming teachers. The look of gratitude on their faces was so imminent that we could not help feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. After the gifts were distributed all the teachers and staff had a hearty breakfast that was also arranged by us.

I would also like to thank our Sq Leg Anurag Lohia for graciously sponsoring the entire event and the gifts. With such support from our past tablers we cannot go wrong in our endeavors!!!

A wonderful day and a heartwarming event dedicated to the hard working teachers of KHRT FTE Schools.

Cheers to tabling.

Tr Nihir Parikh

KHRT 125

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Bellary RT 152: Classroom inauguration

Class room inauguration of Chaitanya Residential School, Murkwad

 Murkwad is a remote village, located in Haliyal Talul of Karnataka State. On 7th of september joint venture FTE project of Dharwar Round Table60, Davangere Round Table76 and Bellary Vikings Round Table 152 was inaugurated by chairman area X, Tr Pashupati Chellur.

  • Mr Ghotnekar, honarable MLC of Haliyal  graced the occasion and announced  Rs2,00,000 fund for furthure development of the School
  • 7 class rooms built under FTE were inagurated.
  • This impacted lives of 700 children studying in the school.
  • Total project cost is Rs 50,00,000
  • Tr Nitin Sharma Project coordinator for Murkwad school project earns superstar pin
  • FLagship project of Round Table India “FREEDOM THROUGH EDUCATION” got huge publicity in remote and rural areas in and around Haliyal Taluk
  • Tablers of Hcrt 142, Drt60, Drt 76, Bvrt 152 graced the occasion.
  • School supported by FTE project of round table is Culturally and accademically strong, this was proven by the various activities done by the students during inagural function
  • All members of RTI were proud to be part of this event and in adding briks to future of our country
  • All the members of the head board were falicitated by the school management.
  • Food was arranged by the school
  • School autorities, students and management were grateful to ROUND TABLE INDIA for supporting their school

Dr Adarsh N

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Lucknow RT 136: Success Party of PANACHE fundraiser

Post –PANACHE social and Success Party

30th Aug’2014

Venue: Cr. Ritu Bhatia’s residence

 

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” ― Helen Keller

“The greater the loyalty of a group toward the group, the greater is the motivation among the members to achieve the goals of the group, and the greater the probability that the group will achieve its goals.” ― Rensis Likert

How right these quotes hold when we at LRT136 look at the effort put in by us to hold our annual mega fundraiser ‘Panache’ and the success of it that we truly can boast of year after year!

It had been an exceptional day, with all tablers and circlers giving in there100% from the night before, all following there accorded schedule. What a team effort!! And the result, a mega successful event….a mega fundraiser ‘Panache’!

The adrenaline rush that such a successful event gives has to be celebrated, has to be allowed to flow out of the system and we at LRT136, let our hair loose after a few stressful days and celebrated the success at Cr. Ritu Bhatia’s home.

All the tablers and circlers were present along with the RTI brand ambassador and panache chief guest, Model Miss. Prachi Misra. By midnight, Prachi Misra took charge of the DJ’ing and belt out amazing music and made everyone dance the night out.

The presence of 41ers, square legs and tangents made the celebration even grander. They have always been strength of support and a pillar tablers lean on, whenever required. Special thanks to Sq. Leg Kapil Bhatia for making everyone feel at home and adding the zing and life to the party by his pelvic thrusts and dancing moves.

The night was signed off with a belief:

A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work. So, year on year, keep at it!!!

Cheers to the Panache team!

Cheers to the spirit called tabling!!

YIT,

Tr Amol Bansal

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Kanpur RT 125: Prize distribution at FTE School

PRIZES FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE – KHRT 125

It is a widely accepted fact in Tabling that Square legs are the backbone of every table and with their support the performance of a table increases manifold. It is exactly the same case with us at Kanpur Heritage Round Table 125. One of our Sq Legs Shakti Narain makes it a point to award incentives to the top three academic performers of each class in our FTE school Round Table Gaya Prasad School. The list of students of all the classes is meticulously compiled by the school authorities and handed over to us.  After checking the same  the award packets are prepared accordingly.

This year the awards were handed over to the extremely happy students during the Independence Day celebrations. This annual incentive has a very positive effect on all the students as there is a genuine attempt by the students to somehow get this prize. If a small gesture ensures that a sizeable part of the student population concentrates on their studies then half the battle is won!!!

Once again thanks to our Sq Leg Shakti Narain for this wonderful gesture. KHRT 125 is proud of its square legs and are very happy to state that we are building on the foundation set up by them.

Cheers to tabling!!!

KHRT 125

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Pune RT 15: Toilet Block

Toilet Block’s for the underprivileged and challenged kids at the BVJSS School, Wagholi

 Initiated by Twinkler Anshay Patodia

(PRT 15)

At an age of just 18 years our Twinkler Anshay Patodia is way ahead in his thinking compared to his age as he has SINGLE handedly managed to raise funds, appoint contractors and made sure 29 Toilet Blocks were ready even before the announcement of such a concept by our PM Narendra Modi on Aug 15.

Ever since PRT 15 has made a school at the BVJSS Sanstha, Anshay has been spending quite a few weekends with the kids playing; teaching and doing a hell lot of NON FTE for them while at his age others kids are enjoying college canteens and other parties. He has been instrumental in getting his entire group work for the cause.

29 Toilet Blocks were built in a record 60 days at a cost of Rs. 6,00,000/-  which was inaugurated on Aug 10, 2014 by the hands Anshay’s Grandparents, AIPC Tr. Prashant Agarwal and his parents, Sq. Leg Jitesh Patodia and AVC Tr. Hitesh Kering. There was a sense of pride in what Anshay did, which was seen on everyone’s face present there. Entire PRT 15 family along with the Square Legs were present to support and appreciate Anshay’s initiative. On this occasion Sq. Leg Nainesh Nandu (PRT15) generously announced a donation of Rs 1,00,000/- towards the cost of a GENSET required for the school.

Anshay had won the Twinking Jem and Star Performer Award for the NON FTE he had done last year and we thank RTI to acknowledge him and motivate him further. A lot of credit goes to proud parents Sq. Leg Jitesh and Bineeta Patodia for supporting Anshay towards this cause.

Team PRT 15

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