Murali is attending our coaching classes conducted for the narikurava (gypsy) children. He is in his 10th standard now. His father Minnal is a good hunter and mother Kala is good in making the bead chains. But they want their son Murali to study well and go to a job unlike them.
Murali is also interested in studies and he wants to become a computer engineer. He is confident that he will score above 80% in his 10th standard state board examination, which will decide his future. He thanks the coaching class teachers of New Life for helping him learn his lessons and guiding him. He also thanks New Life and the donors who help through New Life. Without the coaching class support he may find it difficult to compete with the other children in his class.
40 narikurava children are being supported by this coaching class. They are much thankful as their parents are not or less educated. The dreams of these children and their parents can be made true through your continued support.
We thank you for making this possible!
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