Adversities bring the best out in us. Though we may have heard this quote many times, the actual depth of the adage becomes more significant when either experienced personally, or when brought in touch with someone, whose life’s journey is the epitome of all that this saying entails. Reena’s story is one such inspiration. All of 14 years, she is the youngest in her family, with two siblings – one elder sister and one brother. Her father is a truck driver in Delhi, and an alcoholic; her mother is a house wife, who lives in a village in Bihar, along with her son, Reena’s brother. In addition to taking care of her father and herself, Reena is responsible for managing the household chores too. The day’s demands render her tired by evening, as a result of which she is unable to even cook at times. Seeing other mothers feed their family brings up a feeling of nostalgia in her, and she passionately tries to explain how much she misses her mom, and even her brother. The young girl has been living in Delhi (Ghazipur slum) since the past 9 years; she got enrolled in Panchi.read more
Pranab Mondal, a young computer teacher, 29 years of age,
teaches in a government school located at North 24 Parganas,
some 30 kilometers from the India-Bangladesh border; he has
been teaching here since September, 2017, under the ICT@
Schools initiative commenced by the West Bengal government,
and implemented by IETS.
Skill development classes held in Balayogi Gurukulam school, in Nuzvid of Krishna district, are favourite among students for it provides them a platform to explore the world of creative expression, communication skills, analytical thinking and information technology.read more
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