Education Times explores the hardships and challenges faced by the first-generation learners from economically weak and underprivileged backgrounds, who went to modest schools but gave an exemplary performance.
Their struggles became their strengths and built their resilience. Enduring hardships, both social and economic, these students set an example by making it to the top. In an age, when expensive coaching classes are the mantra of success for children from urban neo-rich educated families,
Published on - 05 Jul, 2019
"Studying at Satya Bharti School, Khanpur (Ludhiana) changed my life. I got admission in Navodaya school and I feel proud to be a part of this schooling system."
" "Satya Bharti Schools are developing positive attitudes, which facilitate healthy thinking among students." "A.Nallappan
" "It was with the motivation and personal association of the teachers, that I was able to get admission at the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya." "Jadwinder Singh
" "Vocational Education and Skill Development are the top priority of the Government of India. The plan is to train 300 million Skilled personnel by the year... "Prof. V.S. Raju