Sponsor a year's education expenses for a poor student at an English-medium, co-educational secondary school-Sai Kripa
Sponsor a year's education expenses for a poor student at an English-medium, co-educational secondary school, INR 1650
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Overview

Established by Sai Kripa in Noida in 1991, “Sai Shiksha Sansthan” is an English-medium, co-educational, secondary school.

How It Works

• Students come from villages around the school as well as from Bal Kutir, Sai Kripa’s Home for orphaned and abandoned children.
• Classes are held right from lower-Kindergarten upto standard 10.
• Sai Kripa gives free education, books and uniforms to children coming from lower income families.
• The remaining students pay a nominal monthly fee.
• Sai Kripa also runs “Sai Bal Sansar,” an informal school for slum children.
• Here education is provided to the children at no charge. Moreover, midday meals are given to the kids.
• Classes from lower-Kindergarten to fifth standard are held.

Statistics

• 50 – Number of children who come from lower income families, and to whom education is provided free of cost
• 120 – Number of children at Sai Bal Sansar who come from nearby slums
• Rs. 200- Monthly fees for the remaining 250 children at Sai Kripa
• 250 – Number of children at Sai Kripa who pay nominal monthly fees
• 300 – Total number of students studying in Sai Shiksha Sansthan

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Educational Supplies 400.00
Rent of the school 1250.00
Unit Price 1650
Quantity
Total 1650
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Ganga
Ganga, a physically challenged orphan is around 14 years of age and a student of grade II. He lives with his grandfather who is a peasant. The family consists of 2 sisters and 5 brothers. For the last few years he used to watch the children from outside the gate. All our efforts to get him to attend the school failed. But last year he approached us and expressed his wish to study.
Therefore we gave him admission in grade I. He is a first generation learner and as such there is no one in the family to help the boy in his studies. However the boy is quite bright and showing good progress in all the subjects specifically in the English language.
His grandfather is ambitious to make Ganga well educated and take up a good job which will change the financial condition of the family.

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