Small girls in UP village dream of college degree. Donate to fulfill their dream
By PARMARTH SAMAJ SEVI SANSTHAN

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Arti Kushwaha, 17, wanted to go to college. But college education was a distant dream for girls like her in the village of Kalotara of Talbehat block in the Lalitpur district of Uttar Pradesh. Most families, like hers, were stricken by poverty and illiteracy. Arti’s parents wanted her to get married, rather than study further. Thanks to a donor like you, Parmarth Samaj Sevi Sansthan was able to pay the tuition fees for Arti. Today Arti is in the second year of her Bachelor’s degree. She has high aspirations for the future and has grown in confidence. She takes the lead in championing the cause of water in her village. Says Arti, “Parmarth helped me continue my education and my dream to do good for society. I wish many more girls get educated and bring about change in their lives.’’

The urgent need for schooling for girls

Twenty out of 100 girls who enroll for secondary education in Uttar Pradesh, drop out due to financial and other issues. The state dropout rate among girls is very high, at 7 per cent in primary schools and more than 20 per cent in secondary schools. Many young and bright girls who leave their studies have no future other than getting married.

Parmarth ensures quality education to girls from extremely vulnerable groups such as Scheduled Castes, Other Backward Communities (O

Arti Kushwaha, 17, wanted to go to college. But college education was a distant dream for girls like her in the village of Kalotara of Talbehat block in the Lalitpur district of Uttar Pradesh. Most families, like hers, were stricken by poverty and illiteracy. Arti’s parents wanted her to get married, rather than study further. Thanks to a donor like you, Parmarth Samaj Sevi Sansthan was able to pay the tuition fees for Arti. Today Arti is in the second year of her Bachelor’s degree. She has high aspirations for the future and has grown in confidence. She takes the lead in championing the cause of water in her village. Says Arti, “Parmarth helped me continue my education and my dream to do good for society. I wish many more girls get educated and bring about change in their lives.’’

The urgent need for schooling for girls

Twenty out of 100 girls who enroll for secondary education in Uttar Pradesh, drop out due to financial and other issues. The state dropout rate among girls is very high, at 7 per cent in primary schools and more than 20 per cent in secondary schools. Many young and bright girls who leave their studies have no future other than getting married.

Parmarth ensures quality education to girls from extremely vulnerable groups such as Scheduled Castes, Other Backward Communities (O

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