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Jamshedpur: NSF provides financial support for student’s unhampered education


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Jamshedpur, March 5: The lockdown periods during the COVID -19 waves have caused, among other setbacks, financial crunch. Bread-earners continue their trysts with earning avenues. Among the most hit are middle and lower middle class segments that are trying to survive in the economic whirlpool and meet the minimum needs of their families. One such factor is the education scenario where the future of children’s education is on a tightrope essay.

A case in point is that of Adityapur resident, Rajkishore Singh who had been unable to pay the school fees of his son, Raunak Raj. On reaching his wit’s end, he and his family members contacted Nikita Mehta of Namya Smile Foundation (NSF) and explained the prevailing financial predicament that had jeopardized Raunak’s education. Nikita informed NSF founder, Kunal Shadangi about the condition of Raj Kishore’s financial problem. Kunal immediately gave his nod and a cheque for Rs 16,000 was handed to the family on Saturday to ensure that Raunak Raj’s education was not hampered due to non-payment of school fees. The family members expressed their gratitude towards the Namya Smile Foundation stating that the timely assistance was a humanitarian act that could never be forgotten.

 Kunal Shadangi said, “The Namya Smile Foundation has been set up to help people who are in the throes of various adverse situations. One segment is education and we are bent on ensuring that no student comes up with financial blockade in educational pursuit. The Foundation is making ceaseless efforts to help people tide over several crisis situations.” Nikita Mehta along with Krishna Thankey and Rahul Tiwary of NSF was present on the occasion.

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