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COIMBATORE: CRI Pumps, under the ‘School Improvement Programme', has adopted eight government schools for carrying out various infrastructure development works.
A release from CRI Pumps says that it signed an MoU with the Department of School Education to adopt the higher secondary schools in S.S. Kulam, Idigarai, Saravanampatti, panchayat union middle schools in Kurumbapalayam, Oraikalpalayam, Keeranatham, Chinnavedampatti and an elementary school in Kunnathur.
The industry will provide drinking water, toilet facility, writing materials, sports and games equipment, educational resource materials and also appoint teachers to maintain teacher-student ratio at 1:40.
The release says the company will also take up construction of compound wherever necessary, renovate classrooms, buy equipment for laboratory, books for library, etc.
This is part of the company's corporate social responsibility programme.
F.L. Suresh, Chief Human Resources Officer, C.R.I. Pumps, handed over cash reward of Rs. 3,500 to M. Sukanya of the Idigarai school, who secured 480 out of 500 to emerge school topper in S.S.L.C. examination. The company also promised financial assistance for her higher education.
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