Vinod lost his mother when he was 8. After putting in a lot of hard work, he completed his High School with a GPA of 8.7 and Diploma in Electronics with a GPA of 8.0. He got selected for Bachelor's Program in Computer Science in Sreenidhi Engineering College in Hyderabad. He recently completed his 2nd year with 71% aggregate. Your generosity will give him an opportunity to pursue a career in Computer Science. We request you to support his College Fee, living and travel expenses for a year.
This project solves the problem of poverty and ignorance for one orphan boy. His mother committed suicide because of crop failure. His father now works as a watchman in a firm. Without proper education, Vinod would have stopped studies and ended up as an unemployed or unskilled bonded labor all his life. Higher education will ensure that Vinod becomes a qualified Computer Engineer.
By sponsoring Undergraduate education (Comp Science) along with living expenses, travel expenses, computer, library access, shoes, required material to study well, the project makes it possible for Vinod to complete Bachelors in Engineering and look forward to a good job or higher studies. His success story can inspire more underprivileged children to think big.
Each day, we keep getting requests for admission of children who lost their parents in tragic situations. This project provides long-term support 250 children allowing them to break out of illiteracy and poverty. It project brings improvement of children's health, awareness of their rights and makes them more employable in the long run.
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