Careon Healthcare Solutions distributed Tablets to 35 students who do not have access to online class facilities. While online classes continue on the backdrop of COVID-19 pandemic, many students are not able to attend classes resulting in disruption of the education process. To help mitigate the situation Careon extends its support to financially disadvantaged students.
While the health sector, government and the public stand together to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, Careon Healthcare Solutions, based in Kalamassery, provides people with safety kits of international standards to ensure personal hygiene. During the overthrow of the pandemic in the previous academic year, Careon has extended their support to 50 students for their online classes.
“Providing secured education for children growing up in the community is just as important as ensuring better safety in the health sector. Only by extending good education, we can build a better generation for a prosperous tomorrow. Careon will always be at the forefront with all possible ventures to help achieve it,” says Mr James George, Managing Director of Careon Healthcare Solutions.
Tablets were given to 35 most deserving students from St George HS Edappally, G L P School Pallilamkara, G L P S HMT Colony, Pius Girls HS Edappally, Govt LP School Thrikkakara and Govt. Vocational Higher Secondary School. Careon Managing Director Mr James George, Directors Elsy James and Kora James handed the Tablets to the representatives of the respective schools.