Odisha Chief minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday inaugurated Aditya Birla Public School at Sundarpada in the outskirts of the smart city Bhubaneswar.
The school has started offering courses from nursery to class VII for the 2017-18 academic session. Spread across in an area of 5 acres the state-of-the-art school has plans to offer courses till class X in next couple of years.
Addressing the inaugural function of Aditya Birla Public School (ABPS), Patnaik said the State has made a paradigm shift in the education sector in the past one decade. Tribal schools are benefiting the underprivileged and far-off children who had been deprived of basic education.
Speaking on the occasion, Rajashreeji Birla, Chairperson, Aditya Birla Centre for Community Initiatives and Rural Development, said the cause of furthering education, is in the very DNA of Birla family and setting up world-class schools, has been and continues to be, an ongoing process with the Aditya Birla Group.
This is the 48th school of the Group. The Aditya Birla Public Schools is a not for profit venture of the Aditya Birla Group. The Group has been engaged in bringing education to the masses for nearly a century.
Elucidating the Group’s vision in the domain of education, she recounted the Group Chairman, Kumar Mangalam’s words, “To ignite minds and to create in students, a love for learning and continuous development, by making the learning process a fun-filled, enjoyable, growing experience, built on the solid foundation of values”.
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