An Institute In Wb Works For Handicapped People Irrespective Of Their Faith, Promotes Communal Harmo
West Bengal, Aug 31 (ANI): There are many social organisations and institutions in the country, which work towards building an inclusive and better society by helping children in need. One such example is 'Benajira Awasik Pratibandhi Vidyalaya' in Bankura city of West Bengal. It is an institute for handicapped people, belonging to different communities. Regardless of their religion, the children are looked after by dedicated teachers who provide care and a healthy atmosphere. The institution is a home to the children, belonging to poor families. Here, children eat and study together and are taught the lesson of humanity and communal harmony. Communal harmony has been a way of life for the people in India since ages, and helping these handicapped children is a small but a significant step in strengthening the social fabric of the country.