Do you know RTU?It is a home for the unreached children founded by Br. James Kimpton, a man of deep insight and creativity. He passed to his eternal aboard on 7th October.
Had a great foresight and much before Indian education system could think he had designed a curriculum which placed students well-being at the centre. The pedagogy helped every child to grow in self-esteem and learn with dignity. And most of the teachers are also the children who grew in RTU. In a world where education is commercialised Br. James Kimpton has created a new culture of education with simplicity and smartness.
Model Social Worker
Br. James Kimpton had innovative social work projects which include mobile science labs to cater to the poor school children who have less access to lab facility. For drinking water they had free bore well project which helped the remote villagers find good water drink at their vicinity. The housing project was yet again another innovation where in a very low budget (around 1100 euros) a decent house was built for the homeless with basic facilities. The materials were all prepared by the staff of RTU, most of which are made of cement and iron rods.
Let us pay our homage to this great Father of the Humanity and follow his inspiration to live a life of generosity and selfless service to the needy.
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