NEW DELHI || In large nation like ours, not every person is special to get even basic facilities. In spite of different initiatives by government to elevate and urge kids to join the school, many still think that it’s hard to seek because of different reasons.
But on Teachers Day, we bring to you story of a 17-year-old boy, who while studying himself is also the 'teacher bhaiyya' for dozens of not-so-lucky kids.
Meet Armaan Singh Ahluwalia, student of class XII th at DPS RK Puram having a desire to carry top notch training to India by opening 1000 free schools for the least fortunate of helpless which can genuinely eliminate disparity and give chances to the individuals who have never got an opportunity to get taught.
He needs to eliminate ignorance, destitution, and Kid maltreatment by giving free training. He is running school for helpless kids, providing them food, books, dress etc. In last 5 years, Armaan has been working hard for more than 200 oppressed road kids. He named his dream project as 'Apne'- a learning community situated at an ideal spot in Noida.
At 'Apne,' 30-40 kids come day by day and this number ascents up to 50 on ends of the week when Armaan and his family go through five to six hours educating them. His students call him "Teacher Bhaiya" who not just offers his food and pocket with them yet additionally talks about regular encounters to make learning an intuitive two-way measure.
During this emergency of Coronavirus in the midst of lockdown, Armaan and his family guaranteed that every one of these kids get their dinners on schedule, know the significance of social distancing and gave them veils, cleanser, sanitizer, and so forth.
At this young age, Armaan has been chosen by Harvard College to seek after a pre-school program. His exertion is to turn into a business analyst and acquire a considerable change the Indian Economy by making it the most grounded.
Working vigorously, Armaan has given his most significant long periods of life to the general public to have a touch of effect, while children of his age invested energy unwinding, playing, and on pointless exercises. It is hard to work for such social task while studying in school.
His mother, Dr Tarvinder Kaur Ahluwalia seeing his willingness and the perception, chosen to help her child in this honourable purpose. She further says, "I am very pleased with my child. I give him full focus and time to his drive deals with his nourishments, wellbeing, outfits, and different prerequisites when Armaan is occupied in his academics and examinations".
About those oppressed kids Armaan says, "I completely love being with these children. I think my school is really transforming themselves as the participation is ever-expanding that has even urged us to surpass the structure up to three stories". What's more, Presently he needs to open a progression of free schools for oppressed children so as to give them free education and fulfil their "fundamental needs of life. "
In this fast running world, where most of the persons are just following their self-development, examples like Armaan are torch bearer for the society.
-- Shubranshu Vikram Singh
(The author is a guest contributor. Views expressed are personal)