Ramila was a migrant labourer, she is now graduating as a nurse!
Ramila worked as a cotton field labourer in Gujarat with her parents. She is from a remote village called Bakhel in Udaipur, but her family used to travel across the state to earn a day’s meal.
Their village is home to tribals who are poor and have no access to education. Ramila’s family was the same and did not think it was important for her to study. So at a young age, she was already a migrant labourer like them.
Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti discovered Ramila and wanted to help her. They enrolled her in the RBKS bridge course for primary education. She was then sent to their residential school. They paid for all her expenses such as lodging, fees, books and uniforms. Since her family had no extra financial pressure, they were happy to see her progress.
Today, Ramila is on her way to becoming a nurse. She is doing a course in a government college that she will complete in two years.
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