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Resolve to provide education to deprived youths

New Delhi: Rosemine Educational & Charitable Trust, in cooperation with Poorvanchal Ekta Manch, organised a programme in Jamia Millia Islamia’s Ansari Auditorium on 5 June in which, in addition to responsible persons/professors of India’s reputed universities, respected personalities of the area also participated. Shakeel Rahman, convener of the programme said while speaking on this occasion that children and students who want to acquire higher education after 10th or 12th classes but are unable to do so because of financial difficulties, for such students Poorvanchal Ekta Manch and Rosemine Educational Trust has taken the responsibility of providing higher education. Chairman of Rosemine Charitable Trust, Owais Ambar said while speaking at this programme that now corruption and business mentality has gripped education and future of students is being destroyed. Seats in schools are being sold and now coaching centres have taken the place of schools. Now lesser number of children / students go to schools and more and more students are going to coaching centres because in schools the educational syllabus is not taught to students. Hence it is very essential to stop this trend. Raman Jeet, who had come from Gurukul Viddyapeeth Mandir to participate in this progamme said while speaking on this occasion that whatever Gurukul can do for providing good education to students from poor and deprived section’s will certainly be done by us. Chairman of SBIT College, Sushil Yadav said that they would give admission and impart good education to any number of students sent from this organisation to them.

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-31 July 2016 on page no. 14

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