In its journey of 18 years 126 Students have passed out from Society. 53 are pursuing higher education while 66 students are serving in varied fields.
We respect their hard work and smartness but none of these students could have even dreamt these without our support.
Here we highlight a few of our students who are doing exceptionally well in life.
Ankit Naudiyal – Class of 2009
The economic limitations of his circumstances, made the possibility of quality education seem like a dream. With the timely intervention of PYDS, Ankit embarked on a journey which has not only changed his life but also the destiny of his family.
A bright and keen boy, he showed potential to excel from a very young age. From being the son of a grocery store attendant, Ankit today is a bright young Software Engineer with Infosys.
Vikrant Sharma – Class of 2009
Throughout his School years, Vikrant has been an achiever in the field of academics as well as sports. He has a natural flair for Maths and Science which manifested in his successfully completing his Engineering degree. He has been picked up by one of the leading MNCs as a software communication engineer and is on his rightful path of building a good life for himself and his family.
Kritika Kumari Class of 2011
A deprived village girl with nothing much except big dreams and an indefatigable spirit to ameliorate her life, she worked hard, competed against the best and emerged triumphant. Her father, a watchman at a local supply depot was the only bread-earner in the unlettered family of six until they started selling vegetables out of a rented shop nearby.
Belonging to the lowest rung of the economic strata, first generation learner Kritika bagged a $10,000 annual scholarship and completed her Graduation from the Asian University for Women, Chittagong, Bagladesh.
She is now moving to USA for doing her Masters from the Portland University, Oregon, USA.
Meenakshi Pal – Class of 2011
Meenakshi Pal is an affable young Management Graduate. It is heartening to see the achievements of this young girl whose both parents abandoned her as a young teenager. She was housed and sponsored by the Society at School and through the undergraduate program. With the help of donors she completed her Graduation and is now a H.R Executive with an American company and further working towards her Master of Management. Meenakshi is a change agent and she is an inspiration to the disadvantaged. She now supports the Society with a contribution of Rs.5, 000/- every month.
Sonali Mishra Class of 2013
This young girl has been through a rough time at a very tender age but she did not lose hope. During her School days, polite Sonali was seen as a young smiling girl. She often used to talk to seniors about her future aspirations.
Sonali derives inspiration from her hard working mother who works in a Library. Her father met with an accident and thus he lives at home.
Fighting all odds, she got into the Delhi University with her meritorious performance in Class 12. The Society gave her monetary support through her Graduation period.
Her spirit to move forward has secured her admission into the The Vedica Scholars Programme for Women for the Masters program. She has been awarded the full tuition fee scholarship that would cover 100% of her tuition fee costs, amounting to 6.5lac.