A Vaastu Pooja was recently done at the AIM for Seva Chatralayam for Boys in Dhanduka, Gujarat. This hostel is expected to become operational by July 2019. The Chatralayam in Dhanduka is spread over two floors and measures 4,856 square feet in size.
In the initial phase, 25 students from in and around Jaliya village in Dhandhuka taluk are expected to study and reside in our Chatralayam. These students are children of small and marginal farmers and daily wage labourers.
We currently have 287 students residing and studying across 8 Chatralayams in Gujarat. Of this, 2 are for girls.
In the last couple of months, three new Chatralayams were added to our network. The AIM for Seva Dayatirtha Chatralayam for Girls at Thennampattu village, Ambur taluk, Vellore district, Tamil Nadu was formally inaugurated on April 22. A new hostel for boys in Rajnandgaon near Raipur, Chhattisgarh was also inaugurated recently. The latter is supported by AIM for Seva, Canada. Telangana got its fifth Chatralayam with a residential facility for boys being formally inaugurated on June 16 2019 at Mahbubnagar district, Telangana.
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