Special education project for resettled students in Trinco inaugurated

[TamilNet, Monday, 30 August 2004, 17:57 GMT]
Trincomalee Children Fund (TCF), supported by Trincomalee Tamil expatriates in Canada, last weekend inaugurated a free education project for resettled students in the villages of Sampalthivu, Salli and Aththimoddai, north of Trincomalee town. This project would provide special classes to students of Salli Ambal Vidiyalayam, Aththimoddai Tamil Vidyalaym and Sampalthivu Tamil Maha Vidyalayam in three subjects Maths, English Language and Science by specialized teachers in the subjects.

Trincomalee district parliamentarian Mr.R.Sampanthan who was the chief guest at the occasion declared open the building where special education classes are held.

Former school principal and currently Trincomalee district parliamentarian Mr.K.Thurairetnasingham took the first class to students enrolled for the project.


Special education project for resettled students in Trinco.
Parliamentarians Sampanthan and Thurairetnasinghan (with garlands) and Mr.Kavi Inban (with garld in hand) are being welcomed to the function.
Special education project for resettled students in Trinco.
Mr.Thurairetnasingham takes first class to students.

Mr.Kavi Inban, Head of the Trincomalee district education division of the LTTE, Mr.S.Kirushnamoorthy, President of the Sambaltivu Rural development Society along with Mr.Thurairatnesingham participated as guests of honour.

Trincomalee Children Fund President Mr.S. Chandrakumar presided.

Mr. Chandrakumar said last year Trincomalee Children Fund inaugurated its first education project in Kanniya Tamil village where internally displaced families are returning to their houses.

He outlined the services of the Trincomalee Children Fund, which is fully supported by Trincomalee Tamil expatriates in Canada.


Special education project for resettled students in Trinco.
Mr.Kavi Inban, Head, LTTE Trincomalee education division.
Special education project for resettled students in Trinco.
A section of parents and students are seen at the event.





Special education project for resettled students in Trinco.
Students enrolled special free education project are seen with chief guest Mr.Sampanthan,, guests of honour Mr.Thursiratnasingham, Mr.Kirushnamoorthy and Mr. Kavi Inban.

 

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