Sunday, June 4, 2023

Student donates Rs. 1 lakh start-up income to Patkai Christian College

A 26-year-old Renjanthung Patton, a business student and founder of a start-up brand, Act for India has recently donated his startup income of Rs. 1 lakh to Patkai Christian College (PCC) and launched a clean drinking water campaign as part of his environmental responsibility venture.
The funds will be used to install a water filter and water cooler in the campus to provide students with easy access to clean drinking water. With the support of principal PCC, Thepfuvilie Pieru, he also launched a campaign called “Mission Act For Clean Water” a part of his environmental responsibility venture, an ambitious initiative which aims at constructing large sand-and-charcoal filtration system that will provide RO-filtered water.
The release informed that the process for this initiative would be led by a team of specialized science students from B. Sc stream, PCC who will supervise the construction and implementation of the filtration system. The project is expected to be completed before the start of the next academic session for this year, July.
It may be mentioned that Renjanthung, who started his business while still in college, had always thought about giving back but waited for the right time and cause. He knew that access to clean water was basic human right. The goal of making clean water accessible to students of the colleges has been one of his mission goals, which was achieved for PCC as a first step. Patton hoped his donation would encourage others to give back to their communities, no matter how small the gesture may seem.


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