Aarushi, a student of class V, Satya Bharti School Jyouna, Farrukhabad, belongs to the marginalized community where the awareness regarding the importance of education is really low and the enrollment of girls in schools is, therefore, on the lower side as well.
Seven year old Aarushi comes from an underprivileged family living in Naglafarm, Jyona block, Nawabganj district, Farrukhabad, a remote village in Uttar Pradesh. Her father works as a laborer and is the sole bread earner for a family of nine. He was unable to enroll his seven children to school since it was difficult for him to afford quality education for all of them. The Satya Bharti School teachers met him and urged him to enroll his children in the School. He was ecstatic to be able to provide education to his children.
Soon enough, Arushi and her elder sister Muskaan joined the school. They started focusing on their education as well as co-scholastic activities. Both of them bagged the first prize in the cluster-level competitions – Rang-Tarang. With great pride, Aarushi shares, “The Satya Bharti School teachers welcomed me with open arms and a big heart.”
A caring environment at home and the consistent support in school proved to be a boon for young Aarushi. She is always the first to answer her teacher’s questions in the class. She finishes her work and loves to draw. Aarushi is regarded as a role model by the girls in her village. She works hard towards her dream of becoming a great artist and drawing teacher someday.
With a focus on the education of the girl child, every activity at the Satya Bharti Schools is organized keeping in mind the needs and safety of the students. The teachers are also well-equipped to support the co-scholastic needs of every child studying with the School.
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