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In memory of late Chellamma teacher of Karunilakkodu GLP School Varkala, who passed away in West Croydon last year, a laptop was donated to the school. Advocate V Joy MLA handed over the laptop to the school donated by the teacher`s son Jeoyhy CS Palachira. It was handed over at the meeting of former teachers and students of the school.

Advocate V Joy MLA inaugurated the event which was chaired by Bindu Haridas of Varkala Nagarasabha. Nagarasabha Standing Committee Chairperson Geetha Hemachandran, Councillor Sisupalan, Sathyajith, V Ajayakumar and CS Jeothy addressed the meeting.  Headmaster M Sathikumar welcomed the guests and J. Sajeena thanked everyone.

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