K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: Representatives of the Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) have come to the rescue of a bright and talented student by providing financial assistance of Rs 50,000 for the continuation of higher education in Warangal.
Following the news about the bright student Narmeta Navya Sri, who was not in a position to pursue her higher education of M Pharmacy in medical devices in a prestigious college in Hyderabad due to abject poverty, representatives of NGOs Dharti Bachao founder president and National Youth awardee Mohammad Azam along with Sannath Social Service organisation president Patha Santosh Kumar have mobilised funds to the tune of Rs 50,000 and handed it over to Navya Sri in Warangal on Sunday.
Mr Azam and Santosh Kumar started forwarding the fund request messages through social media for the education of the bright and meritorious student. Both the NGOs raised Rs 50,000 and handed over the cash to the girl student at her residence in Warangal. Navya Sri thanked the noble gesture of Azam and Santosh Kumar for the continuation of her higher education.
She also thanked all the people who responded positively to the generous request made by the representatives of NGOs and donated liberally for her education. She said that she would utilise the funds for her education without any trouble. Stating that she wanted to become a Genetic scientist, she said that she would also help the poor and bright students after settling down in her life. Several NGOs and philanthropists have appreciated the crusade launched by Mr Azam and Mr Santosh Kumar for raising funds and helping a poor and bright student continue her education.