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A student of Class 12, Adithya is academically brilliant student and scored A+ grade in all subjects in Class 10. She got the opportunity to participate in the personality development workshop, career guidance seminars and psychometric test conducted by the Value Education Trust. She knows that it will be a real challenge, but she ardently aspires to become a pharmacist.

As her parents cannot afford to send her for coaching classes, we have provided two instalments of fee for attending coaching classes. Your support can help Aditya to continue attending the sessions and preparing for the NEET exams with confidence.

Adithya

by Value Education Trust

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Kerala, India

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Adithya belongs to a low-income family in Kuttanad, Kerala. Her father, who is an auto-rickshaw driver, is the only earning member in her family. Earlier, he used to be hired by people to drive their private cars. But, with the birth of his two children, he found that his earnings were not sufficient to feed his family of six. He got a job driving a dump truck but had to give it up as he suffered chronic back pain. He then took a loan and bought an auto-rickshaw. Today he earns Rs.250 per day and barely manages to meet the family expenses.

Adithya’s home stands in 2.5 cents of land in the low-lands of Edathua village. She lives in a small dilapidated house with no toilet facility inside. During heavy rains, her village gets flooded. During the floods that hit Kerala in 2018, a portion of Adithya’s home got damaged. They were able to repair it partially with the aid received from the local Panchayath. The water from their well is not suitable for drinking or cooking food. So they need to buy clean drinking water, which costs Rs.150/- and lasts for a week or so.

A student of Class 12, Adithya excelled in her class 10 exams scoring A+ in all the subjects. She attended the personality development workshop, career guidance seminars and Psychometric test conducted by the Value Education Trust (VET). Adithya knows that it will be a real challenge, but she ardently aspires to become a pharmacist.

As her parents could not afford to send her for coaching classes, we have provided the first instalment of fee for attending coaching classes. Your support can help Aditya continue attending the sessions and preparing for the NEET exams with confidence. VET is committed to help Adithya to achieve success in life. We need your support to change the life of Adithya forever.

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