Both my parents are high school teachers working in remote villages of Maharashtra, India. Having seen the plight of these students, I was appalled by their surroundings and wanted to help them whichever way I could. I paid the scholarship fees of 5 students in 2019 and one of them managed to pass with good grades despite her unfavorable background. It surprised me that all 5 students who appeared for the exam were girls. This has really inspired me to take a step further and offer an annual scholarship to those girls who miss out by a small margin. I'm afraid the post-Covid situation may not motivate enough girls to appear for competitive exams due to lack of support from home or low morale due to last year's results. This initiative will award annual scholarships to the top few candidates and guidance (workshops/study material/application filing) to prospective candidates. In 2019-20, we helped 5 students and for 2021, we have 29 students enrolled for the exam, which is on March 14, 2021. I would be happy to connect you with them as they are directly in my contact. A small help (even like sharing this message) could go way beyond what you could imagine🙂
Ans: We will be regularly publishing the exam results, candidate profiles, and the scholarship amount they are receiving through this initiative. If interested, I can share their contact details with you and you can directly connect with them. Every year we will update the list of students depending on their ranks in NMMS (National Means — Cum — Merit) and MTSE (Maharashtra Talent Search Exam)
Q. Can I look at your expenses/finances?
Ans: Please send us an email at email@example.com and we will be happy to answer.
Q. What percentage of my donations do you use for administrative etc. purposes?
Ans: Currently 100% of the donation is being used for scholarship purposes since it's being done on a small scale.
Q: There are so many people, how can we help everyone?
Ans: Yes. We probably cannot help everyone. Even if we help one, it makes a huge difference to that one!