Nov 14, 2019

Residential Support for Girls with disability

Dear Benefactor.

Greetings from Margadarshi!!

We are happy to inform that our students’ class tests got over in August and they have achieved good marks in most of the subjects, one of our students, Rakshitha, doing her 1st PU at St. Anne’s college was the topper in her class   .

Last quarter was a joyous one, as it is the festival season in India, Dussehra being one of it. With lot of enthusiasm Dussehra was celebrated. The planning and preparation for the Dussehra celebration started a week before. Different teams were formed, comprising of 5 girls  in each group  and each group was assigned a task, like conducting quiz, to sing Bhajans, Performing puja , overall decorations, etc.,.. 

The celebrations started with Ekta sharing the story and importance behind the Dussehra festival. Few girls organised a question & answer game on Ramayana,  where they  gave prizes to the other girls with correct answer. With songs and dance everyone enjoyed the serene atmosphere.  Diyas, which are small oil lamps made from clay were lit,  that were placed around, sight of which was festive, and all girls took part in it with all their enthusiasm.

Culmination of any festival was food, here too delicious lunch of Pulao, fruits, salads and sweets was prepared and all the girls  in their traditional dresses, enjoyed it to their  hilt. 

We could see their happiness which came from their hearts and as their Well Wisher; overall credit goes to YOU, for that smile on their faces.

Aug 6, 2019

Residential Support for Girls with disability

Rakshitha
Rakshitha

Dear Benefactor,

Greetings from Margadarshi!!

Margadarshi’s goal is to provide education support for challenged students, especially to girls since they are the foundation of their homes, as future mothers.

We are happy to inform you that 4 new students from Chamarajanagar, one of the most backward areas in Karnataka, India joined our Residential Centre to pursue their College Education. 3 of them are enrolled for Pre-University College and one for Degree. Now altogether there are 8 students in our Centre along with the women who are in Livelihood activities. We are proud to inform you that one of our students, Rakshitha, have got Distinction in her 10th Standard Board Exam.

Rakshitha is an extremely potential and a bright student. Having lost her mother at the age of 4, she was raised by her father, a farmer, whom she considers to be her inspiration and role model. She has a loving step mother to assist her in her necessities and to take good care of her, besides her father and her 2 siblings. Rakshitha was often bullied for her dwarf growth, but none of these negative remarks affected her, on the contrary it only fuelled her purpose and energy to achieve in life. In the just concluded 10th Standard Exam, she scored 92.96%, making her a celebrity among her peers. She is now enrolled at St Anne’s PU College for computer science and aspires to become a Banker in future. She says “I am humbled and grateful for the support and opportunity that Margadarshi has provided me and would forever be thankful to them for this great act of kindness and encouragement for students like me.”

We thank you for your support for Rakshitha and to all the inmates under our Residential Support!!

 

 

 

 

May 2, 2019

Amazing Education Result

Dear Benefactor,

Greetings from Margadarshi!!

Board exams play a vital role in shaping the future career of any student as the grades which a student is able to secure in the Board Exams essentially shape the future prospects for the student.

It is our pleasure to inform you the academic achievements of two of our students, Asha and Navya who wrote their Pre University Board Examinations 2019, have exceled in it, and the both have attained First Class. There is no substitute to hard work and this is what students who scored the 2nd Pre-University Course (PUC) attest.

Asha.M and Navya were taken by happiness, when they saw their results. Asha .M was an Arts Student of St. Ann’s PU College; She secured a total of 423 marks (70.5%). Navya was from the Arts stream of RBANMS PU College and she had scored 375 making a percentage of 62.5. The two jumped with joy and excitement as they made through the exams and all their hard work had paid off. Both spent long hours for exam preparations. They were advised and counselled on how they had to spend their time wisely and effectively and were also to do mock exams. They were made to understand on how important it is to approach learning and mastering the subjects with different effective methods, the methods that help them to study faster and better.

Post their results, the children along with all the staff and other inmates were taken on one day trip to Bannerughatta National Park and had a very refreshing day which was a much needed craving after the completion of their exams and academic year.

 
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