Educational Financial Assistance Awards

EDUCATIONAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE NEEDY : One of the main objectives of the Trust is to provide financial assistance to the needy underprivileged students to enable them to pursue and complete their studies. Having a basic qualification should help these students to stand on their own legs.  Our Trust offers you the opportunity to be a part of this building process by contributing your might as you deem it. ( Album with all photographs of the 6th Annual Educational Financial Assistance Award Function). …A short film on the 5th Annual Educational Financial Assistance Award Function.

This academic year (2022-2023) the number of needy students we will  need to financially support will be close to 300 requiring funds of more than 25 lakhs.

Going through the majority of requests for financial assistance and the family details would make all of us almost cry. The unfortunate ones always have to struggle to meet ends. If someone comes along and provides some sort of succor, in any form, believe me, they will be grateful all through their lives. This healing balm can come in the form of financial assistance to help them to tide over the problem of paying their yearly fees. Our Trust is doing precisely that. Obviously we cannot meet the complete requirement. We are trying our best. In the process we can only, at present, pay part of their fees requirement. 

For the last eight years we have reached out to a large number of students — students who otherwise may have dropped out of schools and colleges and provided them financial assistance to pursue their studies. Our assistance has made a difference based on the feedbacks from the parents and the students. 

In the first year we financially supported 25 student’s education and this kept increasing year after year and in the 9th year the number will reach to around 300 students ( 2022-2023). The students supported are studying in the 1st standard to the final year Engineering. The parents of the students who are supported can be categorized into:

a) Around 30% don’t have father, or are orphans, or, the mothers are single parents. The mother in such cases is normally a rag picker or a housemaid or has a simple job. The mothers have a problem taking up jobs as there may be small children at homes.

b) 45% of the parents have menial jobs… The father lifts loads or works on contract basis on a low paying job.

d) 45% of the parents have menial jobs… The father lifts loads or works on contract basis on a low paying job.

c) Remaining 25% : Some are Watchmen, Postmen, Drivers or people having not so good jobs.

Hereunder you will find the links to the pages which give details of the yearly Awards Distribution:

2021-2022….. The number of students education we financially supported during academic year is around 260.

2020-2021…This was a year of disruption. Things went haywire. Students couldn’t attend classes offline, fees payment were skipped as many were in native places. However we provided financial support to around 200 students.

2019-2020…We handed over financial assistance cheques to 251 students.

2018-2019 …. We provided Educational Financial Assistance to 238 Needy Students during academic year 2018-2019.

2017-2018 ………Educational Financial Assistance to 125 Needy Students during academic year 2017-2018.      

 Before 2017…… Educational Financial Assistance to Needy Students during academic years before 2017.      

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