Last Updated on April 8, 2023 by SPN Editor
In continuation of the ongoing campaign, AMUCO distributed free textbooks to the Nirvana Foundation, an orphan home in Ghari yesterday.
The All Manipur United Club’s Organisation (AMUCO) president Ph Nando Luwang led the textbook distribution campaign to provide books to needy students in Manipur.
The distribution of textbooks to needy students for Classes I to X, as prescribed by the Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BOSEM) is an important initiative, as education is key to a brighter future for the children of Manipur.
AMUCO’s efforts to provide books to these students will help them in their academic pursuits and give them a better chance at success in life.
During the program, AMUCO leaders expressed their gratitude to the Nirvana Foundation team for taking care of the children and providing education to make their lives fruitful. The organization wished these children a bright future and promised to continue their support in the future.
AMUCO’s campaign to distribute textbooks to needy students is an important step in promoting education and providing opportunities for the children of Manipur.
The organization’s efforts to support education and literacy in the state are commendable, and their work is sure to have a positive impact on the lives of many young students.
All Manipur United Clubs’ Organisation (AMUCO) has launched an initiative to distribute textbooks to needy students from economically backward households.
The Vice President of AMUCO, MM Thambou, Secretary General Dr Norendro Thokchom, Organisation Secretary K Santosh, Asst Secy Publicity K Santosh, Asst Secy Organisation L Pratap, and Executive Member Phoren also participated in the program.