TWO schools run by the Then India Sanmarga Ikya Sangam suffered extensive damage from the recent floods.
TISI Sangam general manager Karna Waddi Raju said the Nadi Sangam Primary School and Sangam Sadhu Kuppuswamy Memorial College were extensively damaged.
He said damage to the primary school was estimated at around $100,000 while the college sustained about $150,000 worth of damage.
"The boundary fence, computers, students books and furniture at the primary school have been badly damaged," Mr Raju said.
Mr Raju said the two schools also lost some equipment apart from sustaining damage to the structures.
"We hope to get some assistance from the government to keep the two schools up and running," he said.
"The floods experienced in Nadi recently were worse than the floods of 2009 and it caused a lot of damage."
Mr Raju said only 200 of the 980 students at the Nadi Sangam Primary School turned up for classes yesterday.