It finally happened on 22nd September, 2017: The new classrooms of two schools in Mohyal and Wazirabad in the state of Haryana were inaugurated ceremoniously by German Ambassador to India, Dr. Martin Ney and his wife.
The schools, which are operated by the organization Shiksha (in English: Education) are mainly attended by children, whose parents shift from villages to metropolitan areas in search of work. Mostly they do not have any identity documents and therefore it is not possible for them to attend government schools.
Therefore Shiksha aimed to make free school education possible for these children and with that to give them a life perspective. One school can now take up to 100 more children, while the other school has just got a window and a solid roof for the first time. Udai Malholtra, one of the Chairmen of Shiksha said, "With the new classrooms we can accommodate even more children and the construction work would not have been not possible without the support of German Embassy New Delhi". This also testifies a sticker now, which was revealed by the Ambassador last Friday. Shiksha was supported with a total of 21,000 Euros.