PGCIL upgrades 10 Army schools in Kashmir under CSR – Times of India

NEW DELHI: State-run Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) on Monday upgraded and digitized ten Army Goodwill Schools (AGS) in Uri, Kashmir, the company said in a statement.

Lieutenant General DP Pandey, GOC 15 Corps, Kailash Rathore, Executive Director, Powergrid North Zone-2, and other senior senior officers of PGCIL and Indian Army were present on the occasion.



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PGCIL has provided financial assistance of Rs 3.09 crore to the Indian Army for providing technology-based education to ten Army Goodwill School (AGS) students. AGS-Boniyar, Baramula, AGS-Hajinar, Kupwara, AGS-Wayne, Bandipora, AGS-Chandigam, Kupwara, AGS-Budkot, Kupwara, AGS-Sopore, Baramula, AGS-Krusan, Kupwara, AGS-Behibag, Kulgam Ishma , AGS- Ujur, Anantnag. Classrooms have been upgraded and digitized under PGCIL’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative.

This CSR effort of PGCIL will enable to stay close to around 5,000 students with the latest technological, scientific, cultural developments through fast access to information through digital education and digital support.

Through this CSR initiative, the latest teaching solutions will be available for the benefit of Kashmir Valley students.

PGCIL currently has 172,154 ckm (circuit kilometers) of transmission lines, 262 sub-stations and more than 446,940 MVA of transforming capacity.

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