“Besides school hours, if the building has electricity permanently, students without power in their houses can study in the school building and people can also take shelter there,” said Anand.
We finally have electricity,” said Anand, village administrative officer of 24 Veerapandi village.
In 2004, a trust fit solar panels in the school helping light up classrooms, run the borewell motor and power the reverse osmosis plant, which was set up later.
The solar panels can’t produce enough power to light up the classrooms.
“However, Dhoomanur being located on the hills and on the border of the reserve forest, gets good rain during the monsoon.
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