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The Poor State Of Our Schools

The Poor State Of Our Schools

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India is among the ten fastest growing economies in the world, but the point is India is still having largest number in terms of illiterates, about 40% of the Indian’s are illiterates. Niraj, an endeavor from slums of Kolkata who cracked IIT-JEE despite his paved path and his elder brother is an employee in Blue chip company and his sister is commerce graduate (18-year-old Kolkata slum boy scripts IIT success story — Times of India). Not only Niraj there are lakhs of poor students who are capable of achieving success, but the problem is Our education in government schools, many bright minds go to labor work lack of facilities in schools.

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Inspiring Volunteering Stories from Saakshar Summer Computing Camp — Day 1

Inspiring Volunteering Stories from Saakshar Summer Computing Camp — Day 1

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We would love to publish a series of Experiences of Saakshar Mentors in Summer Computing Camp, to let you all know the insider feelings and experiences who are working for social good.

In this post, we are publishing the story of Rajesh Mummaneni who mentored the Summer Computing Camp on Day 1.

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