RM Education Solutions India supports local schools as part of CSR


Trivandrum: As part of its corporate social responsibility initiatives, Technopark based RM Education Solutions India (RM ESI) is supporting select students and few local schools in Thiruvananthapuram.

Recently RM ESI distributed shoes to students of Thiruvalloor School and the Government Lower Primary School Karichar at Kaniyapuram, on the outskirts of the city. Shoes were distributed to 160 students in Karichar School and 164 students in Thiruvalloor School respectively. RM ESI has also sponsored furniture to these schools – writing desks and benches to Thiruvalloor school and almirah to Karichar School. The company has also taken up the responsibility of paying the salary for the English and Computer teacher for this academic year. This is the seventh continuous year of assistance and support that RM ESI has been extending to the government school

The Principals of both Thiruvalloor and Karichar school expressed their appreciation at the time of the distribution. A majority of students in this school are from economically backward sections of the society.

In a statement, Connell Viegas, Chief Executive Officer of RM ESI said, “I see this as part of our moral responsibility to contribute to the learning process of children in our neighbourhood. We would like to do our bit to contribute to their learning process. It was overwhelming to see the students at Thiruvalloor exhibit their morning assembly.”

David Brooks, Group CEO; and Manoj Parameswaran Nair, CFO; were also present along with the CEO and other employees of the company during this occasion.

Besides this initiative, RM ESI is also funding the school fees of twelve deserving students from Juvenile English Medium School and six students of Infant Jesus School in the city.

Founded in 1973, UK based RM ESI is a leading supplier of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) solutions to educational institutions there. The company opened its offshore development centre in India at Technopark, Trivandrum in February 2003.

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