Multiple Subject Guide for Primary Learning

Multiple Subject Guide for Primary Learning
Multiple Subject Guide for Primary Learning

Multiple Subject Guide for Primary Learning

RMN Foundation school – which provides modern education free of charge to deserving children – has introduced its new book to educate the students at primary level.

Written by RMN Foundation founder and teacher Rakesh Raman, the book is a multiple subject guide comprising the following subjects:

1. Moral and Behavioural Education

2. English

3. Arithmetic

4. Information Technology (IT) / Computers

5. General Knowledge

You also can read Raman’s Tech Tale Series which is an innovative storybook concept that aims to educate children in the high-tech area of information and communications technology (ICT) through interesting stories.

RMN Foundation had launched the next phase of its education awareness campaign in New Delhi. The campaign aimed to get the quality of education improved in schools. It is also planning to open free residential schools for deserving children. You can click here to read the proposal.

The activities of RMN Foundation are being run single-handedly (without any external support) by RMN Foundation founder Rakesh Raman, who is a government’s National award-winning journalist.

He had also been associated with the United Nations (UN) through United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) as a digital media expert to help businesses use technology for brand marketing and business development.

Download the Book

You can click here to download the book.


As RMN Foundation has limited resources, it invites people to get involved and donate for the Foundation’s educational as well as other social activities.

Donation: Individual donors can click here to donate online and click here to pay with PayPal.


Rakesh Raman
Editor, RMN News Service [ Website ]
Founder, RMN Foundation [ Website ]
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