Limso Poulose, currently a Faculty of Multimedia and Animation at G-Tech Computer Education, was a beneficiary of the sponsorship scheme from Class 3rd on wards. His father was a painter and the only earning member as his mother was a housewife and he has a younger sister. Their house was a small hut but Limso was a good student who participated in all the programs of CASP. While he was completing school his father suddenly died but he gradually recovered with the regular counseling by the Social Worker. After the completion of higher secondary education he went onto a Masters Diploma in Multimedia and Animation. This was only possible because of the regular and unflinching financial support of his sponsor who also supported the education of Limso’s sister. Today Limso has almost completed the construction of his house. Apart from teaching at G-Tech, he also undertakes graphic designing jobs. Even today he and his family are regularly in touch with RAJAGIRI outreach and he is an active volunteer of our Child sponsorship program.
Heena Lokman Patel
Heena who is a 19 year old girl was a sponsored child from 2003 to 2013. She was good student whose family was too poor, her father being a vegetable seller and mother a housewife. They then lived in a rented house. Heena scored 72.80% in 10th std. board examination and then went on to complete her three years Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology, in the year 2014 scoring 60% marks. She now works in Life Line Blood Bank Ramdaspeth, Nagpur, as a laboratory technician, and earns Rs 6000/- per month. She has also enrolled for a graduate program which will lead to a B Sc degree. Her family now has a house of their own. Her parents are very proud to success of their child.
Pranoti Prashant Shanware
Her family would have forced to drop her out of school
Pranoti is a 21 old year’s girl who was sponsored from 2001 to 2012. Her father then worked on daily wages in a plant nursery and her mother made food items for sale – bari, papad, sevai etc. The poverty of her family would have forced her to drop out of school and contribute to the family income. She scored 58% marks in her 12th class board examination and went on to complete her B. Com and also Tally accounting software with B grade. Today Pranoti is working in Pentogon Institute as a teacher and earns Rs.5000/- per month. She also appeared for M. Com 1st year exam this year. Her father now works as a priest and her mother is a housewife.
Chandrashekar Sanjay Gaikwad
Today an aircraft maintenance engineer Chandrashekhar has faced many tribulations in life.
Chandrashekhar was sponsored from 2004-05 when he was 14 years old and studying in class 9. His father did not work as he was ill and his mother worked as a maid servant and earned Rs. 2000/- per month. Despite their poverty Chandrasekhars mother encouraged the children to study. The support was unflinching even during Chandrasekhars fathers illness and later death. Chandrashekar is today an aircraft maintenance engineer and earns Rs 15,000 pm. His elder sister is a nurse, and another sister completed her college and is working too.
Today Chandrashekar is a proud young man who made it so far due to the support he has received.
Today living in England and working as head of Grid services for a leading consultancy, Vijay didn’t even had regular food and proper clothing at one time.
Vijay was first provided support in 1993 when he had just secured distinction in his SSC exams. At that time Vijay’s father was working as labor in a shop on daily wages and his mother was housewife. His family was therefore in poor economic condition and even regular food and proper clothing was an issue. Vijay had no hopes of ever fulfilling his ambition to pursue engineering studies. CASP Mumbai supported Vijay through his engineering studies and he did us proud by securing distinction in his Bachelor’s Degree (Electrical Engineering). After working as Senior Engineer and then as Senior Manager with a large multinational in India, Vijay moved to England in 2008. Vijay is now working as Head of Grid Services for a leading engineering consultancy in Europe.
Smt. Mina Talekar
She was identified as vulnerable woman who may be trafficked
Smt. Mina Talekar is a 35 year old woman at Manchar, Tal. Ghodegaon whose husband is ill and does not have a regular job. She has an 18 year old mentally challenged daughter and a school going son. She (and her daughter) were identified as vulnerable women who may be trafficked and therefore included in the CASP Pune Rural units Saksham Project. Mina is a member of a JLG (Joint Liability Group) with five other women like her and received a revolving loan of Rs. 3000. With this she started a backyard poultry business with a few hens.
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