LAHORE - Samsung Electronics, the global leader and award-winning innovator in consumer electronics, has built a modern school at Ladhayke Village in District Kasur, to serve a vast rural area and uplift the standard of education. This school, constructed in collaboration with SOS Rural Support Programme (SOS RSP), was inaugurated by Samsung's Injae Lee, says a press release. "Samsung Grammar School" for girls has been built and furnished with generous funds provided by Samsung. It will be operated by the SOS RSP to provide a high standard of education to the region. The opening ceremony was a colourful event, who shared the joy of creating this educational opportunity for the rural population. Students gave an interesting performance and a large number of media representatives were also present. Samsung Pakistan's Managing Director said, "Samsung has an elaborate social-development and CSR commitment, whereby, we are making efforts to foster modern education in underdeveloped regions. We support well established welfare organisations like "SOS Villages" to provide quality education, thus accelerating the social, educational and financial progress of the whole region". Surrounding villages that will benefit from this institution include: Rohewala, Lohgarh Jhugian, Ladheke, Sheikh Pura Nauand Basti Ladheke, UC Sehjra Tehsil and District Kasur. Over 13,500 people in these rural communities do not have any premium quality educational institutions. The nearest Government Girls High School was 4.5 kilometres away so the girls faced problems in reaching there, but now Samsung School has solved this problem.