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CSR for Digital Education: Computer lab inaugurated at Government Model Sanskriti Primary School in Gurugram

Computer laboratory for Government school students in Gurugram with CSR support
Gurugram, India: DreamFolks, a tech enabled global travel and lifestyle services provider, today inaugurated a state-of-the-art computer lab for students at Government Model Sanskriti Primary School in Tigra village, Sector 57, Gurugram. The computer lab has been set up under the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative – Project Akshar, which aims to uplift education for girls by partnering with local schools for their comprehensive development.
The inauguration ceremony was graced by the presence of Ms. Liberatha Kallat, CMD, DreamFolks; Mr. Dinesh Nagpal, Promoter and Non-Executive Director, DreamFolks; Ms. Giya Diwaan, CFO Dreamfolks; and Mr. Rakesh Yadav, Chief Guest for the inauguration ceremony.
Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Liberatha Kallat, Chairperson & MD, DreamFolks said, “We firmly believe that education is the cornerstone of a progressive society, and access to technology is crucial in today’s digital age. This computer lab was setup with an aim towards advancing girls’ education through collaboration with local schools for holistic enhancement. The objective is to empower the young minds of the school with the necessary skills and knowledge to navigate the modern world. We hope this will ignite the spark of curiosity and learning in these young students, enabling them to unlock their full potential.”
DreamFolks’ Project Akshar is a long-term initiative aimed to enhance school infrastructure and cater to students’ requirements, thereby facilitating access to quality education. The company plans to extend this program to other schools in Gurgaon vicinity, reaffirming its commitment to creating a more inclusive and equitable society.




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