Conducted on - 15/10/2015
Raghava Larencce, who has been taking an active interest in helping the weak and the downtrodden, has now got an opportunity to recommend some children from the weaker sections for admission to all the nine SBOA schools that are run by the educational trust.
This was shared at a function organised by the school authorities to felicitate three of their students who had emerged as exceptional achievers. Every year, around 400 children are to be admitted under the RTE Act free of cost. The expenses for their education will be borne by the government
The SBOA Educational Trust has requested the director to recommend students from weaker sections to their schools. Speaking on the occasion, Raghava Lawrence said it had been his dream to make children from the poor sections study in convent schools.
“The parents of such children always find fees a burden and this has come as a boon,” he said.