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    A new day care center called Meru Aveksha has opened at My Home Vipina in Tellapur, Hyderabad. It was built by the My Home group for parents who work at construction sites.

    The center aims to provide a safe learning environment for children while their parents are working. Mr. J. Ramu Rao Jupally, the executive vice chairman of My Home Constructions, and Ms. Meghana Gorukanti Jupally, the founder and director of Meru International School, attended the opening ceremony.

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    Supported by CONFEDERATION OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS (COWE) – INDIA, Ms. Meghana believes it is crucial for children to have access to education instead of engaging in manual labor. The center will care for children up to 12 years old during their parents’ work hours.

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