A Girl From Maruti Suzuki Supported School Came District Topper
Annu Rathore from Government Senior Secondary School, Kasan, scores 97% in Humanities, tops Gurgaon district in Class XII
Annu Rathore, a girl from Maruti Suzuki supported school in Kasan brings silverware to her school. She scores 97% mark in 12th Grade Public Exam for Humanities and group and tops Gurgaon district. She secured 484 marks out of 500 in the Haryana State Class 12th Board Exam. Moreover, she got 4th rank in the state and topped the Arts stream.
The Government Senior Secondary School of Kasan is one of the government schools supported by Maruti Suzuki in Manesar. The Company works in the area of infrastructure development and overall learning level improvement. Maruti Suzuki started associating with schools in 2007-08 with infrastructure improvement of Government schools in villages around the company’s manufacturing facility. Altogether there are 50 schools in Gurgaon, Manesar and Rohtak regions works with the Maruti Suzuki collaboration. The key objective of school education program of Maruti Suzuki is to improve infrastructure and learning levels of students in government schools in the neighboring communities. Their development activities include constructing separate toilet blocks for boys and girls, drinking water facilities, development and maintenance of green areas, providing furniture like dual desks, blackboards installation of lights and fans and upgrading electricals fixtures.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. A K Tomer, Executive Director, Corporate Planning, Maruti Suzuki India. said, “We are all proud of Annu’s achievement of topping the Arts stream in Gurugram district. She has braved many challenges to achieve this feat. My compliments to her school Principal, Shri Dilawar Deswal, teachers and of course, her parents. I’m confident that with hard work her dreams will be fulfilled.”
He further added, “School education is an important CSR intervention for Maruti Suzuki. Our focus is to improve overall learning levels of students in government schools, including the one where Annu was studying. Regular ‘need assessment’, interactions with students, teachers and parents have helped us in designing and undertaking relevant projects.”