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Seylan Pahasara’s 130th library enables access to quality education at RKM Girls School, Kalmunai


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sfdIn line with its iconic CSR initiative to uplift and empower rural libraries under ‘Seylan Pahasara’, Seylan Bank successfully opened its 130th library in the Ampara District and was handed over to the students of RKM Girls School Kalmunai. The newly established facility is equipped with modern features such as internet access, e-learning, together with other upgraded infrastructure and will benefit over 600 students and teachers at the school.

Here (from left): Principal S. Manimaran, Divisional Education Officer (DEO) P. Kandasamy, Retired DEO S. Vethasalam, Seylan Bank Batticaloa Branch Manager K. Rajendra, School Development Committee Secretary A. Rameshkumar, Seylan Bank Kalmunai Branch Manager I.P. Mohanraj, Seylan Bank Area Office Executive S. Udayakumaran amidst the gathering.


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