The emulative example is of Richa Srivastava who secured admission in Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal for MCA course.On finding it difficult to receive education loan from commercial banks, she applied and availed of Education assistance to the extent she could not meet from her limited family resources. She won a placement with TCS even before completion of her course. Demonstrating her determination of not being a recepient of charity, she gave back what she received so that she could help others while moving on in her life
Taking on her story further is Barnali Chowdhury who completed her M. Tech from National Istitute of Technology Arunanchal Pradesh with assistance from TrustSuvas. He mentor Prof Alek Majumder contacted us when she faced a personal crises making it difficult to continue her course. She received her degree with honours and started her career as faculty at NERIST Arunanchal Pradesh. She soon contributed back so that other students in similar situation could be helped.
Richa Singh was introduced and mentored by Mr Aaditya Tiwari of India Foundation, while she was doing B.Tech(Biological Science) from HBTI Kanpur. Her family supported studies despite facing financial troubles. She accepted assistance for one semester only. Displaying the strength to keep the faith reposed in her, she started her contributions as soon as she joined Excel Matrix Biological Devices at Hyderabad as Trainee Scientist.
Maneesh Pandey, hailing from a small village in UP hardly had any support at all when he secured admission in B Tech (CSE) from NIT Srinagar ( J&K). Fulfilling all the conditions of eligibility, he convinced his mentor Mr Shankar Gupta IRS to become an awardee. Immediately after graduating, he joined as Mathematics Faculty at an Institute at Kota and moving on in life he is regularly supporting funding to other students.
Shubham Verma, having eligible candidature doing B Tech from Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology, impressed Mr Aaditya Tiwari with his verve and articulate personality and won our assistance. Having joined TCS after successful graduation, he immediately offered to contribute towards assisting other aspirants who refuse to accept charity.
Mohd Imran Patel in final year of MBBS at J.J.M. Medical College, Karnataka approached TrustSuvas for onetime assistance. Mentored by Shri Deepak Sharma and assured by Dr Bande Nawaz for his credentials, he started his share of assistance for other students, the moment he received his internship stipend. Currently he is preparing for his PG studies.
Driven by faith in their own ability and acknowledging the timely assistance offered by TrustSuvas, these young professionals have contributed their share towards funding the assistance to other bright students trudging the path of financial hardships and helped them fly. TrustSuvas derives strength from such persons of true grit and merit. This enlivens our theme of the Beneficiary becoming the Benefactor.