Donation of education is considered to be the biggest in mythology because education paves the way for humanity and prosperity. Therefore the teachers are considered equivalent to Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahesh.
Kota is making careers of students coming here, perhaps that’s why Prime Minister Modi has given Kota an adornment of ‘Kashi of education’ in the Parliament. Once Again this has been proven by Kota city.
This story of change is of Rakesh Singh Shekhawat Banjara in Bundi. Student of Allen Career Institute, Rakesh proved himself by fighting against the odds and achieved success in the JEE Advanced Examination.
He scored 81 percent in Class 10th and 92.6 percent in class 12th. While in JEE Advanced he obtained 3952 category rank and 17922 overall rank.
Family shattered after Father’s Death
Rakesh said that his family is a resident of Khani Devpura Thani district Bundi, where there were only 12-15 houses.
A few years ago, there were no schools and electricity in the village. Father Sher Singh used to sell utensils on a bicycle. They shifted to dablana for the education of children. There his father took a rented shop by borrowing some money and started selling kitchen utensils. Rakesh took admission in a private school. But suddenly circumstances changed in 2015 when his father died of a heart attack. This shattered the family. Rakesh has three younger sisters.
Mother worked as a wage labourer in NREGA
Rakesh said that after the death of his father, the responsibility of family came on mother Kamala Bai. She started working as a wage labourer in NREGA. After seeing their economic conditions, the villagers also helped them. Soon his mother started selling groceries from home. After Class 8th, Rakesh left private school and took admission in a government school where he passed Class 10th with 81 percent. His school teachers helped him to get admission in a private school in Bundi where he secured 92.6 percent in class 12th.
Achieved Success with the support of ALLEN
Initially, Rakesh didn’t know about JEE. His school teachers told him about the exam. Rakesh said his teacher came along with him to Kota, where he took admission in ALLEN Career Institute. Seeing his talent and financial condition he got a scholarship of 75 percent, the balance fees was paid by his school teachers.
ALLEN is working to bring the poor and talented students forward.
The efforts made by the teachers, considering the talent of Rakesh, are also commendable. Only after the talent comes forward, education will reach the corner of the country.
– Naveen Maheshwari, Director, ALLEN Career Institute