by BIS Correspondent
AHMEDNAGAR, JULY 16, 2016: In a bid to improve the quality of primary education in 25 most underdeveloped villages of Ahmednagar and Beed districts, Don Bosco Development Society (DBDS) has launched a village education program to help at least 650 students a year gain access to quality education.
DBDS joined forces with STULZ-CHSPL – who funded the project – to enhance the quality of primary education in rural areas of the country. Even though the project began on July 1, the official inauguration was held on July 12 in Bosco Gramin Vikas Kendra (BGVK) in Ahmednagar.
DBDS (Mumbai) is the project holder while BGVK and St. John's based in Bhingar Camp, Ahmednagar are the implementing partners of this project.
Father Rolvin D'Mello, the Executive Director of DBDS, said that the project aimed at putting quality back into village education. Father George D'abreo, the project Director also addressed and motivated teacher's at the inauguration ceremony. Father Paul Antao, the assistant director of the project also spoke along the similar lines.