Nagpur can be made educational paradise: Prof Rajanikant Bondre
   Date :17-Mar-2020

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Business Bureau :
THE newly elected President of Association of Coaching Institutes Nagpur Prof. Rajanikant Bondre recently said that the Nagpur city, located in the heart of the country, can be made educational paradise of India. He further stated that Nagpur is a peaceful city with accommodative mindset of citizens. “Moreover law and order is better here as compared to many other cities. Further, the food and water here suit everyone and language is no bar for outsiders,” he said.
The new executive body for the next two years was elected and installed last week at the hands of Dr Pravin Joshi with Prof. Rajanikant Bondre as President, Suraj Iyer asVice President, Panini Telang as Secretary,Virag Mitkari as Joint Secretary, Dr Sameer Phale as Treasurer and Executive members are Jagdish Agrawal, Jayant Ganvir, Rahul Rai, N P Sharma, Ezaj Sheikh, Srinivas Bisala, Sonu Burrewar, Manoj Tawani, Aniket Patil and Dhanashri Paturkar.
The founder President Sarang Upganlawar and Vice President Narendra Wankhede will be the patrons of ACI. Bondre shared future plans of ACI which includes the programme to enhance the academic standards of students in Nagpur to further improve their results, interactive sessions of the member institutes to improve the systems and procedures, protect the interests of the members, motivational sessions, carrier guidance programs for students, counseling for admissions in professional courses / colleges, awareness programmes for parents, traffic awareness programs, environment protection awareness among students, free education to the ward of military, paramilitary and police forces who became martyr while discharging their duties, wards of farmers who committed suicides and also other deserving students below poverty lines.
He expressed his sincere gratitude and thanks to press media for their cooperation and support to ACI and expect to receive same patronage during the coming years in the larger interests of the students in the city of Nagpur