Doiwala, Uttarakhand CBSE topper, Gaurangi Chawla gave a guest lecture to the students of PEN-India School which is an initiative of PEN-India Foundation to provide free and quality education to the underprivileged children. Students appeared very enthusiastic on meeting Gaurangi and her sister Aparna Chawla.
Gaurangi Chawla along with her sister visited PEN-India School where students gave the a warm welcome. Students appeared very enthusiastic and recited poems, counting and alphabets in both Hindi and English. Gaurangi spoke the children and wished them for a bright future. She along with her sister distributed colours and drawing books to the students.
Mr Anoop Rawat, the Founder and Chairperson of the Foundation along with Mr.Santosh Budakoti, the co-founder and Director of the Foundation felicitated Gaurangi with a momento. Volunteer teachers, Mrs Ritu Sharma and Mrs Deepalika Negi were also present.
I want to be a volunteer teacher – Gaurangi
Mr Anoop Rawat, the Founder and Chair person of the Foundation spoke highly of Gaurangi and her sister who were impressed by the students and expressed their desire to become a volunteer teachers in PEN-India School.
Both the sisters also met Dr Prakash Keshaviah, the Patron of the Foundation. Dr Keshaviah said, “its a good initiative that youngsters like Gaurangi and her sister are coming forward to educate the underprivileged children.” Co-founder and Director, Mr Santosh Budakoti spoke on the occasion stating, “students from various educational backgrounds like PhD scholar Anukriti, Shilpa Manwal from Nursing Department and Aarti Pundir from Engineering Department were also associated with PEN-India School as volunteers.”