Group Study Exchange meet by Rotary Club Elite


Group Study Exchange meet by Rotary Club Elite

Rotary Club Elite conducted a welcome program today at Club Mahindra Hotel, for the members of Rotary International from England who visited the city today under Group Study Exchange (GSE) program. Dilip Singh, President of Rotary Club Elite welcomed all the group members of GSE and said, “England and India share a very strong relationship at every level and we hope to foster this bond in future also.”

 
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Group Study Exchange meet by Rotary Club Elite

Rotary Club Elite conducted a welcome program today at Club Mahindra Hotel, for the members of Rotary International from England who visited the city today under Group Study Exchange (GSE) program.

Dilip Singh, President of Rotary Club Elite welcomed all the group members of GSE and said, “England and India share a very strong relationship at every level and we hope to foster this bond in future also.”

He also enlightened on the work done by the Rotary Club Elite since its foundation 6 years back in the fields of social work, education and health.

Adoring the diverse culture of India, Cathy Shipwright, leader of the GSE team from Rotary District 1290 Carnival and West Devon said, “Unity in diversity is the best feature of India. But there should be some control over the unrestrained traffic conditions in the state.”

GSE members from England’s St. Agnes, Plymouth, Truro, Redruth and Falmouth counties were present in the function.

Graham Donaldson, Sophia Gos, Anna Penrose, Cassi Thomson and Benjamin Sanders also presented their views and also talked about their hobbies.

On this occasion Dr. Nirmal Kumawat, Nidhi Saxena, Ramesh Mehta, Rekha Lahoti, Manish Galundiya, R.V Parikh, Girish Mehta, N.L Dungar Waal, etc. were also present.

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