Vishleshan Society to connect 3 lakh children of state to Dr Kalam Library

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Bhopal, December 2016: Former President and scientist Late Dr APJ Abdul Kalam always wanted the every child of the nation should get educated and gets easy access to books and opening a library is a step to fulfil his dream especially towards underprivileged children who cannot afford books.

 

Even if he is not with us but his dream and vision is alive with the efforts of his friend and renowned writer Srijan Pal Singh, who is working to bring his dream alive through Kalam Library Mission. The mission is successfully running in 24 cities of Delhi, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Gujarat where his fellow workers and supporters are taking donations of books and opening library in schools where children of slum areas come to study.

 

Shri Singh reached Bhopal today to expand his mission to Madhya Pradesh and joined hands with Vishleshan Educational and Social Welfare Society through an agreement for making books available at schools to deprived and underprivileged children. Deepak Motwani of Vishleshan informed that the Kalam Library Mission will mark its beginning in Madhya Pradesh from Bhopal and for the same the work has already started. After identifying schools the work of establishing library will be started. People associated with the mission are gathering books and support from big renowned schools, students, parents, retired officials and minded social workers.

 

Shri Singh also said that donors can also share their experiences with the children of slum areas so that they can gain encouragement from their journey and experience. Deepak Motwani said that Vishleshan has been established by few youngsters of Bhopal who, from time to time, has been working to help the needy. With this mission, Vishleshan will be able to not only provide books to needy children but also in educating them. He also said that those who want to donate books can contact him on his mobile number 8305188188 and also the schools who want to establish library in their schools can also contact him.