When I started my schooling I had no clue what I wanted to be. As I grew up I started exploring the word career. That was the time I first decided to be a teacher. I became a teach for India student in my 7th grade and that's where I developed to be more sincere about my future and started exploring and learning new things by attending multiple events, interacting with people,went to an educational camp "PI SAFARI" its all about science and maths from there my interest were developed in biology , after coming I studied and researched about many biological topics which increased my interest more and doubtlessly with the support of my teachers.
Coming in 9th grade, my financial conditions fell a little and I decided to move to a government school for my further studies. That's where I developed more interest in science so I pursued science stream in 11th grade. But after coming to 12th things changed and I started feeling a lot of hurdles in my way. I was clueless about my career because being teacher was not I really wanted to do till I came to higher classes , My vision for the world is to end the mental and physical impairment and disease . I came across Alhomora, which helped me to discover my interest once again. I decided to pursue BPT (Bachelors In Physiotherapy), because. Physiotherapy is, in a word, amazing. It is unique in that it treats a huge variety of conditions.“Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that assesses, diagnoses, treats, and works to prevent disease and disability through physical (exercise-based) instead of treating with the help of medicine . but the one big hurdle came again. It was money. With that this pandemic came and my financial conditions from low , they got worse. My father was a driver back then but due to pandemic he lost his job and now he is a mechanic. He gets a bare minimum amount of earning, within which we need to complete our household expenses, medical expenses, transport expenses to school, fees expenses of all three of us children and our father and mother. It is becoming very difficult for me to continue my studies anymore, and money is not something which should be a restriction to my right to education. I want to be an independent human and want to support my family , and the students who are like me , who can't afford the expensive studies .I would request you all to please help me to continue my studies.
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. India has only 0.59 Physiotherapists for every 10,000 population. There are only 5,000 qualified physiotherapists in India whereas according to the World Health Organisation (WHO) there should be one for every 10,000 citizens. Consequently, according to WHO norms there is a shortage of 95,000 physiotherapists in India. There is a great need for physiotherapists in India.
Also people who need physiotherapy, they usually can't afford it because in private sectors, it's expensive and in government sector it is quite chaotic.
I want to make this expensive treatment as a affordable treatment for people.
I would request you all to please help me to continue my studies.