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Annual Day function at “Pranav” Early Intervention Centre for Young Hearing Impaired Children

“Pranav” Early Intervention Centre for Young Hearing Impaired Children an initiative of Sir Gangadharrao Chitnavis Trust organized its annual day function at Chitnavis Centre, Civil Lines, Nagpur.

Ms.Awantika Chitnavis, Trustee welcomed and introduced the Chief Guest Dr.Madan Kapre. Others present were Dr.Gauri Kapre, Dr. B.N.Gupta, Dr.Neena Parekh, Dr.Shobha Daga, Trustees, Mr.Vilas Kale, Mrs.Neeta Kale & Mr.Hirishikesh Dhanwatay, Committee Members, Mrs.Sumithra Subramaiam, Mrs. Meenakshi Sarwatay and Dr.Rao. She thanked the donors who have contributed to the Centre in cash and kind.


“Pranav” Early Intervention Centre for Young Hearing Impaired Children an initiative of Sir Gangadharrao Chitnavis Trust organized its annual day function at Chitnavis Centre, Civil Lines, Nagpur.

Ms.Awantika Chitnavis, Trustee welcomed and introduced the Chief Guest Dr.Madan Kapre. Others present were Dr.Gauri Kapre, Dr. B.N.Gupta, Dr.Neena Parekh, Dr.Shobha Daga, Trustees, Mr.Vilas Kale, Mrs.Neeta Kale & Mr.Hirishikesh Dhanwatay, Committee Members, Mrs.Sumithra Subramaiam, Mrs. Meenakshi Sarwatay and Dr.Rao. She thanked the donors who have contributed to the Centre in cash and kind.

The program started with ‘Saraswati Stavan’ by teachers and Ganesha dance which was performed by ex-student Pournima Das, who has joined mainstream school last year.

Ms.Jai Joshi, Project Coordinator, enlightened those present, about the history of “Pranav” and the progress of the Centre.

The students participated in various cultural dances, rhymes, fancy dress. Parents of students shared their experiences and their anxiety upon discovering their child having hearing loss, as well as their struggle to get proper training to their children, and thereafter their joy of having admitted their child to “Pranav”.

Ms.Kishori Nemad, teacher conducted program.

The highlight of the program was the inspiring speech of the chief guest, Dr.Madan Kapre, which left a lasting impact on those present, including the parents and the teachers of the Centre. Gifts were given to the students at the hands of Dr.Kapre. The three students, who were integrated in mainstream schools, received certificates and gifts at the hands of Dr.Kapre.

Ms. Swati Yeutkar, teacher proposed the vote of thanks.

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