ASHA SCHOOL KOLKATA
Army Wives Welfare Association
(Eastern Command)

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Welcome To
Asha School, Kolkata

Asha School Kolkata was established on 01 Sep 1992 to provide education, care and rehabilitation to the differently abled children of defence personnel and civilians. The School is being run under the arrangements of HQ Eastern Command, Army Wives Welfare Association (EC AWWA). It is located at Command Hospital, Eastern Command (CH EC), Complex Alipore, Kolkata.

Monthly update for the month of MAR 19

  • Feedback in respect of Asha School, Kolkata for the month of MAR 19 is enumerated in subsequent paras.

  • Vis Of Maj Gen Bhadhauria:Maj Gen Bhadhauria MG IC Adm, Eastern Command, Vis Asha School Kolkata on 11 Mar 2019 and was briefed on day to day functioning of the school.

  • School Closed:The School was temporarily closed for investigation and renovation work (to enhance safety and security) on order of GOC Bengal Sub Area, Wef 19 Mar and reopened 05 Apr 2019.

  • On 25 Mar 19 Vice Principle and Secy Asha School Visited State Social Welfare Office and met Jt Secretary Mr. Abhijit Kumar Mitra to liase for MOSJE Grant.

  • On 25 Mar 19 Vice Master Sambuddha Ghosh Perents Visited OD Kol to meet Exec Chairman of Asha School, Kolkata.

  • On 29 Mar 19 Mrs Achana Shinde Visited the School with Draft proposal of inclusive Education Sensitization. The idea of this program has been mooted by Mrs Veena Naravane, Regional President AWWA East Comd On 30 Mar 19 meeting on the same, was held at Welfare office, Fort Williams Principal Attended the same.

  • On 01 May 19 Group Capt Mathews visited the school and carried out security audit of the school.

  • Parents Teachers Meeting: Parents Teachers Meeting was conducted on 04 Apr 2019 at Asha School, Kolkata Parents were gives a copy of Dos and DONTs and new ate pass.

  • Term III Exam is scheduled on 08 Apr 19 to 22 Apr 19.

  • A Sum of Rs 85,568.00 (Rupees eighty five thousand five hundred sixty eight only) was recd in MOSJE account of Asha School , Kol against arrears og MOSJE grant for the FY 2016-17 vide MOSJE Delhi letter No R-22032/14/2017-DDII/V dt 27 March 19.

  • To
    The Management
    ASHA School
    It gives us immense relief and happiness and the end of the tense fortnight to know that ASHA School will be restoring normal classes from Friday 5th of April. As always in the past, the school has been an immense resource of inspiration and support in the improvement and all round well-being of our children.
    We, the parents and our children, express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to your august offices for being extremely considerate in these difficult times and conveying our concern to the appropriate authority and bringing an end to this impasse.
    During the days of closure, when the children were left idling in hours of nothingness, we were made to realize how badly the children were missing their school. The School means the world to them. The school is their home away from home. The staff and teachers are their second family and we ardently convey our gratitude, once again, for reconciling the children with ASHA School, their way of life.
    We pledge to extend our unconditional and unstinted support to the school and the management, as and when you deem it necessary, for the best interests of our children, We also seek to maintain unanimous solidarity in the days to come, with the school, in it’s pursuit for greater glory.