I chose this cause particularly because it is my belief that utilisation of technology is important for providing a more or less, even and fair platform to all sections of society even more so considering the recent transfer from offline to online education.
This initiative is to be carried out through providing essential material for education (phones, laptops, books) to the individuals who cannot afford it. In 2011, sixty lakh children in India were out of school (ref-Oxfam India), just imagine what would be the current situation and what would be the future scenario!!!
A report by Deutsche Bank in its report “Global Growth Centres’’ stated that India would emerge as one of four major growth centres by 2020 due to its large stock of human resources, but India still stagnates, as majority of its young and large human resource stock is denied the process of being converted into human capital and realise their potential.
The general public may contribute amounts ranging from ₹100-1000 or even more depending on one’s generosity. The donator should remember that no amount is too small nor too large, when it comes to helping provide opportunities to others.