SBI OFFICERS ASSOCIATION(Delhi Circle)
(Registered Under Trade Union Act 1926, Registration No. 4660)
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WELFARE

ALL INDIA SBI OFFICERS

EDUCATIONAL & WELFARE SOCIETY

We, the STATE BANK OF INDIA OFFICERS ASSOCIATION (Delhi Circle), though basically a Trade Union Organisation have never lost sight of our social responsibility to contribute our might for the welfare of the society at large and  as such certainly cannot lag behind in noble endeavours.

The General Council of the Association at its historic triennial session held at New Delhi on the 22nd February, 1998, therefore, took the momentous decision to start educational activities in our Circle comprising of Delhi, Rajasthan and parts of UP/Haryana.

The members of S.B.I. Officers Association (Delhi Circle) have accordingly got registered an ALL INDIA SBI OFFICERS EDUCATIONAL & WELFARE SOCIETY under Societies Registration Act, 1860.

The object of our Educational Society is to establish progressive schools to impart sound all round education to children to ensure integrated development of their personality combining the five essential components embodied in the National Education Policy viz. (1) Physical, (2) Practical, (3) Ethical, (4) Moral, & (5) Intellectual and to develop citizens who will be truly Indian rising above social, communal, religious and other prejudices.

We started our first school at Jaipur on the 5th April, 1999. As they say, the charity begins at home. So, the initial project was entirely funded by the office bearers of the Association from their personal resources who gave individual contributions ranging from Rs.1,100/- to Rs.5,100/-. Subsequently, a number of our members poured their gracious contributions to sustain it to its present level to set a glorious example of what a genuine desire and determination can achieve for the  benefit of the community. Though, initially  operating from a small rented premises, the school earned good reputation in a short span and is well known today for the quality of education imparted throughout Jaipur.

The school started from Nursery to Standard VIII. It received Govt’s. recognition in 2000. The teachers are well qualified, dedicated and fully devoted to their task. The Principal, a highly qualified and well experienced one and a renowned figure in the education circle of Jaipur. This school is being run with missionary zeal.

Enthused and encouraged by the splendid success and growing popularity of the school, the Society had obtained a plot of land measuring 5,390 sq. Meters from Rajasthan Housing Board, Govt. of Rajasthan for construction of a proper building with all modern amenities for setting up a full fledged school from Nursery to 10+2 with hostel facility. The plot is ideally situated in the posh locality of MANSAROVER with lively and pleasant surroundings.

As decided in the 4th General Council meeting held in December 2002, the task of constructing the building of school was taken up by us in the right earnest and members too enthusiastically responded to the Association’s call to voluntarily donate a sum of Rs. 1,000/- each. Overwhelmed by the response and the donations received, it was decided to build a spacious building.  We are happy to report that the construction work of building has since been completed and the school has moved to the new building.


The inauguration of the school building took place at the hands of the then Dy. Managing Director and Corporate Development Officer, Sh. S. Santhana Krishnan on 24th September 2004. A grand function to mark the inauguration was organized by the School staff and the function was well attended by representatives of all the Circle Associations, top Executives of the Bank and Parents of school children in big numbers. In addition to Dy. Managing Director and CDO, the General Manager [Industrial Relations] and Chief General Manager of Delhi Circle, General Manager [Commercial] and various other Sr. Executives were present. High praises were showered  on the Circle Association for constructing an elegant school building with class rooms of international standards and wonderful horticulture work. 

The School has now received the affiliation from Central Board of Secondary Education upto Senior Secondary level. There are 500 students in the school at present. All out efforts are being made to augment the strength of the school so that it can break even at the earliest. Our Jaipur Zonal Office committee led by Comrade P.N. Sharma is fully dedicated and determined to make the school viable at the earliest. A loan of Rs. 3 crores was raised from State Bank of India for construction of school building. A sum of Rs. 70 lakhs plus interest has since been repaid in the loan account out of the levy amount received from members on the occasion of recent salary revision and from the collection account of school fee. We are thankful to members for their whole hearted cooperation in bringing the school to its present level.  We are confident the unstinted support and cooperation in this sphere of activity which is a noble cause would continue unabated.

The next project of the Society/Association will be taken up at Delhi.

However, the projects of this nature and magnitude involve considerable amount of money and our resources are meagre. Therefore, unless our members, officers and staff of the Bank, and charity minded philanthropic public extend financial and material support, it would be difficult to implement the project.

We, therefore, appeal to one and all to contribute generously for this noble cause and be a proud part of a nation building team. A minimum contribution of         Rs. 1,000/- (One Thousand Only) favouring “All India SBI Officers Educational and Welfare Society” may be sent through crossed cheque/bank draft to the Association.

Friends, Gift of Education is the Greatest of all Gifts and Charities. By making a small monetary contribution, we shall all have the satisfaction of creating an Institution, dedicated to the posterity, which will educate and illuminate not only our own coming generations but also the society at large.

Awaiting your spontaneous and overwhelming response.

Thank you,

Yours sincerely,

       Sd/-

( T.N. GOEL )

General Secretary.

 
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