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Bengaluru: NGOs, BBMP To Provide Tuitions For Underprivileged Children From August 15

Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, in partnership with non-governmental organizations, will launch a new initiative on August 15 that will provide tuition to impoverished pupils in third and fifth grades. It will be implemented as a pilot project under "Vidyarthi Belaku Adhyayana Kendra" initiative in numerous locations around Bengaluru to provide students with more learning opportunities, training, support with homework, and skill… read-more

Sun, 07 Aug 2022 - 01:20 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: bengaluru, Tuition, BBMP, non-profit organization, underprivileged kids

Sonu Sood

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Sonu Sood To Build School In Shirdi For Needy On His Birthday

Sonu Sood took the task of teaching disadvantaged children on his birthday by renovating old and constructing new schools in Kankuri, near Shirdi. When asked about it, Sood stated, "The main plan is to provide education to the kids from tribal and Covid affected families who had to forgo education due to unforeseen circumstances." The project's additional objectives… read-more

Sat, 30 Jul 2022 - 05:50 PM / by Vidhi Jhunjhunwala

Tags: Sonu Sood, birthday, School, underprivileged kids, tribal

Courtesy: Free Press Journal

Children in Government SchooL.

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Ajmer Man Adopts 50 Underprivileged Children To Send Them School

Sunil Jose, a mathematician teacher from Rajashthan's Ajmer, with his group ''Uddan Society'' adopted 50 children and admitted them into government schools in Kayar and Pancheel. TOI reported that he wanted these children to have a better future and not indulge in child labor. The transportation cost is borne by Jose, and he tutors them as well. Besides, the… read-more

Tue, 09 Nov 2021 - 05:05 PM / by Nehal Surana

Tags: underprivileged kids, Schools, government schools, Charity, Ajmer

Courtesy: India Times

Classroom buses in Delhi

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Hope's Classroom Buses For Underprivileged Children In Delhi

Underprivileged students had no access to education during the pandemic owing to the closure of schools. However, Hope, a community school in Delhi came as a rescue as they provided the opportunity of the online classroom and mid-day meals. The initiative has been taken by Tejas Asia NGO, where “Hope buses” are provided across Delhi, inside which children study for two hours on subjects like maths and language skills.

Thu, 12 Aug 2021 - 03:37 PM / by Bornika Das

Tags: classroom, Online classes, NGO, underprivileged kids, Buses

Courtesy: The Logical Indian

Tulsi Kumar

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11-Year-Old Buys Smartphone After Selling 10 Mangoes Each At Rs 10,000

Tulsi Kumari, an 11-year-old, mango vendor from Jharkhand's Jamshedpur sold 12 mangoes and purchased a smartphone for her online classes. However, a Mumbai-based businessman, Ameya Hete came forward to make Tulsi's dream come true and bought each mango at Rs 10,000 costing 1.2 Lakh. Besides, the girl's mother expressed gratitude and acknowledged his help saying, “… read-more

Wed, 30 Jun 2021 - 09:39 PM / by Ashutosh Kumar Mishra

Tags: Smartphone, Online classes, underprivileged kids, humanity, Mumbai, Jharkhand

Courtesy: ANI News

Sachin Tendulkar


Sachin Tendulkar Gives Financial Aid For Treatment Of Needy Children

Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar, in partnership with Ekam charity foundation, has financially supported 100 underprivileged children suffering from critical illness. The foundation has been providing funds to children from underprivileged communities and those who cannot afford medical care. Children from six states - Maharashtra, West Bengal, Assam, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra… read-more

Mon, 30 Nov 2020 - 07:02 PM / by Dharshana Vijayan

Tags: Sachin Tendulkar, children, financial support, underprivileged kids

Courtesy: India TV News

IIM Ahmedabad to provide education to underprivileged kids

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IIM-Ahmedabad To Support Education Of Underprivileged Kids

The 10th edition of the IIM-Ahmedabad's annual event, 'A Day at IIMA', will be held virtually on November 7. Under the event, the IIM-A allows anyone to attend a day of a first-year MBA program at a fee of Rs 1800. Participants will be provided virtual tour of the campus and lectures from eminent professors. The amount collected will be donated for the education of underprivileged kids in association with NGO Prayaas.

Tue, 03 Nov 2020 - 06:17 PM / by Debanshi Das

Tags: IIM, Education, underprivileged kids

Courtesy: The Indian Express