Powergrid provides support to GHSS Muthi under CSR initiatives

Powergrid Executive Director and others dedicating a toilet complex at GHSS Muthi on Tuesday.
Powergrid Executive Director and others dedicating a toilet complex at GHSS Muthi on Tuesday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, May 17: In order to contribute towards Swachh Bharat Mission, Kailash Rathore, Executive Director, Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (Powergrid), Northern Region-II, dedicated a toilet complex at Government Higher Secondary School, Muthi, Jammu, here today.
Manmeet Kaur, Principal of the school; Jagmohan Sharma, Chairman, JPDCL; Suraj Padha, Corporator Ward 67, Muthi; members from the Managing Committee of the school, teachers and senior officials from Powergrid were present on the occasion.
Powergrid, as part of its CSR initiatives, constructed this toilet complex of six units, within the school premises at an expenditure of Rs 12.93 lacs. This will provide better hygienic infrastructure in the Government school having around 365 boys & girl students including staff and bring improvement in general quality of life.
In the past, Powergrid has also constructed library for this school under CSR initiative.
On this occasion, Powergrid also handed over six dustbins to the school under Swachhta Pakhwada being observed by Powergrid, from May 16 to 31st, 2022.
Speaking on the occasion, Kailash Rathore, Executive Director, informed that during last three years, Powergrid has taken up many CSR initiatives in Jammu province amounting to more than two crores and reiterated Powergrid’s commitment for contribution to the society in future also.
The Principal of the school lauded the efforts of the Powergrid and said that this support is of great help which shall meet the basic infrastructure needs of the school.
Power Grid Corporation of India Limited is a Maharatna enterprise under Ministry of Power having its regional headquarters of Northern Region-II at Jammu. Powergrid is engaged in Inter-state bulk power transmission. It has 172,557ckm of transmission lines, 265 Sub-stations and more than 476,772 MVA of transformation capacity.