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Ranihat High School which was set up in 1926 now has an e-Library for students and teachers

Cuttack: 27/7/21:The iconic Ranihat High School which was set up in 1926 now has an e-Library for students and teachers. The e-Library was set up with funds arranged under ‘Mo School’ initiative of the State Government.

Former student of the Ranihat High School, Ishwar Chandra’s daughter Namrata Patnaik sponsored the funds on behalf of her father. The contribution was one third of the total amount which was needed for the renovation and setting up an e-Library, said Susmita Bagchi, Chairperson, Mo School.

“We facilitated a matching grant for the infrastructure from Mo School funds. The initiative was completed successfully with the active participation of Namrata Patnaik, School authorities, and other stakeholders,” she added.

“We are immensely thankful for the vision and guidance of our Chief Minister for Mo School initiative. This is a successful example of Mo School and I would rate it as our best programme so far,” said Bagchi.

Under Mo School initiative, 11 more schools in Cuttack city will have e-Library, she added.

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