Nihal 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.
holding them back?The answer is a scarcity of capital due to poverty.
I,Particularly chose Gadgetshala or Drishti project because i feel for any nation its youth are its backbone and education is one way to strengthen it up, So as important it is that everybody should be educated, it is even more important that education is made available to all. I also feel technology is necessity for development and in this project needy students are granted with gadgets so that they can study well achieve their goals.
Being part of Hamari Pachchan NGO I request you to follow these steps:-
2. Ask out if anybody you know is meticulous with studies but is financially lacking, and report the same to NGO.
3. Make a small contribution through fundraiser
If we all join forces our little effort can fulfill someone's dream. 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.10,Rs.20,Rs.50. 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.