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  • Ayushman

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    Ayushman Singh
  • OE

    This fundraiser will benefit

    Online Education

    from New Delhi, Delhi

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Nikita is a 15-year-old girl. She aspires to be a Computer Engineer and learn how to use technology.
Sapna is a 17-year-old girl. She wants to learn Computer programming in order to pursue a career in
Data Sciences, so she wants to understand how technology works.
Vaibhav is a 12-year-old boy. He's having trouble getting his classwork and homework because
he doesn't have access to a phone at home. He wants to be an engineer when he grows up.
Such lofty goals at such a young age. I have chose to help the cause of “Gadgetshala” is because I have seen what impact 13years of
schooling can have on a person and their family’s life.

Jab kisi ghar mein ek bacha padh leta hai ... toh us ghar ka, us pariwar ka, aur aane wali pushton ka ... sabka life hamesha ke liye badal jaata hai

-A very true line from the biopic of ‘Anand Kumar’, Super30.

In my locality, there was once a watchman who had 2 sons and 3 daughters. None of the 3 daughters were given any education but were taught to do household work and were married off at the young age of 15-16. The
elder son Rahul was sent to a government school but he left the school and started doing menial jobs like cab driving and putting up stall on the roadside to earn money and support his family. But the younger
one, Vishal who was 2 years younger than him, went to ‘NAVYUG’ school regularly. His elder brother supported his schooling and at the age of 17 he became an Accountant in a shop in Connaught Place. He earns
around Rs 25,000/- and lives a respectable life.

The nationwide lockdown has had a tremendous impact on the education
system of the country which witnessed a shift to Virtual learning and online schooling.
Many students coming from financially weak backgrounds, from slums or from rural areas do not have any access to personal computers , mobile phones ,etc. due to which they are no able to cope up with online mode of
schooling. 
According to the key indicators of Household Social Consumption on Education in India report, based on the 2019-20 NSSO, fewer
than 15% of rural Indian households have internet access.
This has resulted in huge learning gap among the students and 
“GADGETSHALA” aims to bridge this by providing internet access and devices to underprivileged children.

IMPACT WE ARE PLANNING

 The plan of action is to establish
1. Internet facilities
2. Smart gadgets like mobile phones, laptops, and computers.
3. A mobile van to make this “ GADGETSHALA” accessible in various areas.
4. Your valuable time to teach these children.
1 Laptop costs around Rs. 25,000.
1 Tablet costs around Rs. 10,000.
1 Computer costs around Rs. 25000
1 Mobile Van costs around Rs. 5,00,000
We are aiming to provide a full library to these students equipped with gadgets.

I am requesting that you all take action. Every child's fundamental right is to have access to
basic education and knowledge of oneself and society. We hope to maintain and broaden the
scope of this belief through this project. We might not be able to sponsor a student's phone or
laptop on our own, but even if each of us contributes a small amount of Rs.1000 or Rs.500,
100. We can help these students achieve educational stability. With your support, these
students will be able to attend classes on a regular basis and will be prepared to take
responsibility for a more educated India.
By doing our part, we are not only assisting a student in obtaining an education, but we are
also encouraging and contributing to our country's bright future.

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