04 Oct A school for the underprivileged
“I want to start a school for underprivileged children like me”, says Yasmeen, “We couldn’t afford quality education. My father is a cab driver and my mother is a home maker. The earnings are hardly sufficient to cater to our daily necessities. My father wanted to see me well educated but he couldn’t afford a place in good corporate colleges”.
I could not opt for a regular university education as my family needed quick support.
Yasmeen wanted to find an employment and support her family. She says “I could not opt for a regular university education as my family needed quick support. I heard about KARVJC and its employment oriented courses. I was impressed with the Pre-school Teacher Training course curriculum as it sits well with my ambition. We could also afford it because the fee is comparatively low and I also got a scholarship”.
She has received an offer for on the job training. “I worked in Blossoms International Play School and will complete my graduation while continuing in the part-time job”, she says, “The KARVJC staff and faculty are very experienced, though I completed my course; I look up to them for guidance. My stay at the college filled me with lots of confidence and I believe if everyone receives good education like this, we will be a better country”.