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8. Short-lived noble thought
Tuition fees funding of students from Govt. College Leather Technology
Another one time contribution is for Tuition Fee Funding of poor students from Govt. College Leather Technology in 2004 for Euros 370 from the Nijmegen Chapter.
Purpose / Goals:
Helping bright students from rural and poor background to get higher education and thus, enabling them to come out of circle of poverty. Efforts of these students will help increase motivation of the community and inspire more children from these rural and poor communities to continue their education.
Comment: So what happened to these excellent noble intentions after 2004? And is this kind of ‘funding’ poor students different from the ASHA scholarships? If yes, then there are no details about how they differ.