Jamshedpur: The Antarrashtrya Vaishya Mahasmmelan (AVS) has been working since the last five years to uplift the lives of needy children in Jharkhand be it in the central or regional levels.
An example is the case of Jugsalai resident Sunita Devi’s talented daughter Shaili Kumari who is pursuing higher studies in computer science in Bhabaneshwar since the past four years. The annual college fees is Rs !.43 lakh that is being sponsored by AVS Jharkhand chapter. A cheque for the fourth and final payment of the annual fees by AVS was handed to her by East Singhbhum DDC B Maheshwari.
Those present on the occasion included AVS state president Mohanlal Agrawal, general secretary Shrikant Dev, treasurer Shankar Mittal, state vice president Maniklal Sahu, AVS state youth wing president Nand Kishore Agrawal, vice president Akash Shah, district president Gopal Prasad Jaiswal, youth wing convener Pintu Sah, Sakchi unit president Manoj Bhagat and others. The organization has been working in the fields of education, marriage and medicine for the economically hit segments of the society.
AVS and its various regional and state units have been ensuring the education of children hailing from families below the poverty line. The organization in a press communiqué stated that children and young women like Shaili Kumari hailing from financially weak families, were being given financial aid for better and higher education. Now in her fourth and final year of higher computer science course has already been hired by Infosys.
Shaili, on her part, profusely thanked AVS for aiding her education towards fulfillment of her dream career and stated that she would ever remain grateful to the organization and its members.