A three-days training session for the incoming Club leaders of Rotary District 3080 beganhere today at Holiday Inn.
Panchkula, April 01: A three-days training session for the incoming Club leaders of Rotary District 3080 beganhere today at Holiday Inn.
Nearly 200 delegates, including the Presidents, Secretaries of nearly 78 Clubs from Chandigarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, UP and Uttrakhand, congregated here to update their knowledge and information about the goals of serving the community in the next year.
Rtn. Raman Aneja, an established textile exporter from Panipat, would be taking charge of the Rotary District 3080 from 1st of July, and is already working out the projects that the Clubs in the District would be undertaking in the next Rotary year.
Every year the Rotary leadership changes the world over on 1st of July to carry forward the service projects in hands and initiate new ones to make this world a better place, Rtn. Aneja said.
The focus area for Rotary now is to banish illiteracy, upgrade the primary education by introducing elearning modules, training the teachers, providing access to clean water, toilets, and sanitation facilities, he said.
As a part of Rotary Literacy Mission, our Clubs would be engaged in providing skills training to nearly 50,000 youth and setting up 100 elearning centres, libraries etc, in the schools.
The Rotary District is also launching a Best Club Trophy for Best Tuberclosis Project this year which has been named after a senior Rotarian and industrialist of Ambala Cantt, late Mr Lakshmi Sagar, in order to reach out to people suffering from the disease.
In the next three years, the club leadership will get the opportunity to interact with the senior Rotarians and develop plans for their respective clubs to engage themselves in creating a better world, Raman added.