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Another branch of Apna School launched by Marwah Studios
International Children's Film Forum along with Radio Noida of Marwah Studios believe that we all should go out of way to support the unprivileged children for their education. As such the 7th branch of Apna School was inaugurated in Noida recently.
THE SLUM children in Noida have got one more reason to cheer as Marwah Studios has opened another school for these kids in sector 18 at Noida. 
“International Children’s Film Forum (ICFF) has not forgotten its responsibility of helping the society by uplifting unprivileged children of slums through films and other mediums”, said Sandeep Marwah, President of Marwah Studios, while inaugurating the 7th branch of Apna School in the slums of sector 18 at Noida.
The earlier branches of Apna School are running in the slums of sector 15, 16, 17 and other villages of Noida. An organisation started with 8 students a year back has achieved the target of 350 students who are getting free education in these schools.
"I feel honoured and satisfied what ICFF in association with Radio Noida is putting in its best to promote education for the unprivileged students. Education is the need of the day”, added Sandeep Marwah, who has always been a part of social activities in the capital New Delhi and suburbs.
The schools are administered by Ritu Sinha, full time teacher and social worker and supervise by Brahm Prakash of Radio Noida 107.4 FM. Others who were present there and spoke included Vimla Batham, a social worker, Satpal Yadav (Adhayaksh - Jila kisan Morcha), Vijendra Nagar ( Jila - Adhayaksh), Sateesh Gautam (Jila - Mantri),  Dimpal Anand (Adhayaksh - Jila Mahila Morcha) and R.K.Singh.

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