SBI Life Insurance takes step for tribal girls’ education

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SBI Life Insurance takes step for tribal girls’ education

Thursday, 06 December 2018 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

SBI Life Insurance has taken a step to enable better education and standard of living for tribal girls residing at Saraswati Niliyam Tribal Girls Hostel in Guna. The insurer will be taking care of the cost of education and overall welfare of all girls residing in the hostel. Ravindra Kumar, President, SBI Life Insurance handed over the cheque to Saraswati Niliyam Tribal Girls Hostel in the presence of Ashwani Kumar Shukla, Regional Director SBI Life Insurance, Kajal Shah, AVP – HR, SBI Life Insurance and  BN Khandelwal, President from Sewa Bharti.SBI Life has made the donation to Sewa Bharti – a not-for-profit entity devoted to the service of poor, deprived and tribal living in the remote regions of Madhya Pradesh.

Speaking at the occasion, Ravindra Kumar, President, SBI Life Insurance said, “We at SBI Life believe that education is the first step in developing any community and society at large. An educated youth is capable of bringing in healthy changes not only in the community but also plays a vital role in reforming the society.

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