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From thoughts of suicide to setting course for IIT, miracle turnaround in this brilliant girl’s life will restore your faith on humanity - Financial Express
From thoughts of suicide to setting course for IIT, miracle turnaround in this brilliant girl’s life will restore your faith on humanity
Since her family was suffering from a financial crunch, 17-year-old Kajal Jha had to quit her studies after class 12th but then, something miraculous happened that will restore your faith in humanity
By: FE Online | New Delhi | Published: October 31, 2017 4:27 PM
You must have heard the famous phrase by novelist Paulo Coelho, which says, “And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” Something of this sort happened with Ghaziabad’s Indirapuram resident Kajal. Since her family was suffering from a financial crunch, 17-year-old Kajal Jha had to quit her studies after class 12th but then, something miraculous happened that will restore your faith in humanity. The people of Indirapuram came together to help Kajal pursue her dreams. Kajal is now preparing for the entracnce exam of country’s most respectable technical institution, IIT. The residents of Indirapuram collected Rs 20,000 by chipping in and got Kajal enrolled in a coaching centre, so, that she could get proper guidance on how to prepare for the exams, Navbharat Times reports. Not just this, the Indirapuram residents are bearing the cost of her studies too. The story doesn’t end here. The generous people of Indirapuram have also managed to get a job for her father, who now works as a supervisor to supplement the family’s income.
Kajal passed class 12th in science stream scoring 95 percent marks but witnessing her family’s financial condition, she had to discontinue her studies. As per the Navbharat Times report, at one point of time, the family members got so depressed and helpless that they were planning to commit suicide. However, their neighbours counselled them and also came forward to help them financially. Today, around 40 people of Ghaziabad’s Indirapuram are helping the family by raising funds through social media sites.
The residents of Indirapuram, by helping out the aggrieved family, have shown that in a world, where people are so immersed in their own life and their own problems, there are some who care for others as well.
Posted by R.K at 9:47 PM