Representatives & Students of Trinity College for Women, Namakkal – participation in the Grama Sabha Meetings on 15.08.2023
Grama Sabha Meeting, August 15, 2023
On the occasion of Independence Day Celebrations (15.08.2023), Grama Sabha meetings were held in many villages in India. Grama Sabha Meetings were held in the UBA-adopted villages of the college like Vagurampatti, Parali, Aniyapuram, Tholur, and Pettapalayam on August 15, 2023.
Under the leadership of the presidents of the villages, this meeting was organised. The presidents of the villages read out the annual reports of their villages.
The following points were discussed in that meeting:
- Drinking water supplies should be regular.
- Street lights should be functioning without interruption.
- Drainage facilities are needed for all the important places.
- Additional bus facilities are required for the convenience of local people.
- Some of the roads have been damaged due to the recent rain. It should be rectified as early as possible.
- Medicine shortages are highly prevalent in primary health centres. Additional medicines should be procured for the sake of patients in government hospitals.
- The working hours of libraries are very short. Library hours should be extended by an additional hour.
- Grama Sabha meetings should be conducted at least once every two months.
The Presidents, Mr. A. Raja Rahman (Vagurampatti village), Mrs. K. Kuppayee (Pettapalayam), Mr. S. Navaladi (Tholur), Mrs. A. Arukkani (Parali), and Mr. S. Murugesan (Aniyapuram), and the ward members of the Village Panchayat took part.
In this regard, under the auspices of the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell of Trinity College for Women, Namakkal (C-9496), Mrs. R. Navamani (UBA representative of Pettapalayam), Dr. A. Latha (UBA representative of Parali), Mrs. V. Gokila (UBA representative of Vagurampatti), Mrs. S. Hemalatha (Coordinator of UBA, representative incharge of Aniyapuram), and Mrs. D. Prabha (UBA representative of Tholur), along with 5 students each in those villages, took part in the above-said villages.