Cycles gifted to students-Teacher’s efforts fruitful

Cycles gifted to students-Teacher’s efforts fruitful

A teacher's efforts helped 4 students to continue with studies.

 
Cycles gifted to students-Teacher’s efforts fruitful

A teacher’s efforts paid off when people came forward to gift cycles to some students so that they could attend school. These students were walking up to school daily which is15 kilometres away from their village.

There is a government school in Pipliya village. This village is almost 25 kilometres away from the city. It was noted that the students of this school were giving up on studies after 8th standard since the school did not have classes beyond this. Children were seen working as labour after studying upto 8th. But 4 students made up their mind to continue with studies and walked to a school daily which was 15 kilometres away from their village. Their enthusiasm was enough to make them walk daily. This effort of students was luckily noticed by the physical trainer of that school.

It so happened that the teacher brought this issue to the notice of people through social media. His efforts paid off when NRI Harish Shah from London and one other NRI from America gifted one cycle each. Similarly 2 gentlemen from Udaipur also came forward to help these students. Bhagwat Singh Sisodia and Mahesh Mathura gave 1 cycle each. This way the four students now cycle their way to school daily. They are delighted that they can pursue studies without walking all the way to school.

Physical trainer Kishan Soni informed that this government school has seen a student graduating from here which is the first incident of its kind since Indian independence. There is also a female student who is now in the 12th standard. Kishan Soni has now appealed to open more schools in the village so that every child can have the benefit of education.

This effort of Kishan Soni is praiseworthy. Because of him, 4 students have been able to fulfil their dreams of further education.

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