Rohtak: Labourer’s daughter makes it to BTech : The Tribune India

Tribune Information Service

Sunit Dhawan

Rohtak, July 19

Pooja, daughter of a migrant labourer who lives along with his household in a hutment on a footpath in Rohtak, has secured admission in BTech Laptop Science at Banasthali College in Rajasthan.

Pooja is the second of 4 daughters of watchman Kailash and his spouse Manku.

She cleared her Class X and XII with the help of Gandhi College, a philanthropic academic institute devoted to the schooling of underprivileged kids.

“She has not solely studied at Gandhi College for seven years, but in addition taught different underprivileged kids junior to her,” Naresh, convener of the college, mentioned.

Pooja has additionally participated in varied actions aimed toward spreading consciousness about social points. She was additionally chosen by the Dalmia group for an instructional scholarship.

Throughout her faculty days, she was supported by Rohtak-based philanthropists and supporters of Gandhi College in her research, particularly in the course of the Covid period. Pooja was given a heat send-off by college students, academics and volunteers of Gandhi faculty.

“I’ve been lucky to have the help of so many academics and well-wishers, who helped me in realising my dream. I’ve at all times believed that everybody ought to work onerous and try for fulfillment in life,” Pooja mentioned.


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