notebook drive.

Notebook Drive.

A team of IISc students has been running this noble initiative called Notebook Drive (NBD) since 2002. Over years, their activities have expanded. Their objective is to provide notebooks, stationery, etc to poor students who otherwise have to drop out of their schools simply because in trying to fill their stomachs, they fall short of money to buy notebooks.

Last year their collection was around 1.5 lakh. The team has been trying to reach more audience this time, even outside IISc. If you are willing to donate online, please use the following information.

Joint Account Details for Notebook Drive:
(This account was created on Apr 22, 2009
solely for the purpose of Notebook Drive).‏
Account No: 30743172697.
Bank/Branch Code: SBI, IISc/2215.
Swift code: SBININBB425.
IFSC Code: SBIN0002215.

If you wish to donate by cash/cheque or have any questions/comments, please write to notebookdrive.iisc@gmail.com.

Check out the newspaper article on NBD below (click on the image to see larger view).

NBD Article.


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4 Responses to “notebook drive.”

  1. joyshree Says:

    hi, how do i become a member of notebook drive?

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