JEE has broken why these students from poor families owe PSU leaders

NEW DELHI: Tabassum Manzoor, 18, From Adampora In J &k27; Kupwara Neighborhood, Will Always Remember The Day When It Received A Call Indian Oil , Ask Her To Join The Company ' S ' Vidushi ' Program In Noida For A Fully Paid 11-month Intensive Coaching In Crunching The Joint Entrance Exam ().

That Call Appears To Be Life Changing For Tabassum, Which This Year Participated In The JEE Mains Exam, The Results Of Which Were Announced Last Week

I Love Computers And Dreamed Of Becoming A Software Engineer. But I Had No Hope Of Putting It Into Practice Because My Family Could Not Afford Coaching. There ' S Virtually No Information Or Scope (About Career Structure) In Kashmir. Vidushi Has Given Me A Chance To Step Out Of Kashmir And Pursue My Dream By Doing BTech, I Have Won Friends From Different States ... It Has Opened A New World, She Told TOI.

Tabassum is among the 252 successful aspirants, including 64 girls, from poor homes in J&K, Manipur, Assam, Odisha, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and UP tutored under CSR initiatives of cash-rich energy companies - Indian Oil 's 'Vidushi', Central Coalfields Ltd's 'CCL Ke Lal and Ladli', GAIL's 'Utkarsh Super 100' and 's 'Super 30'.

But Involvement Of Business Managers In Mentoring Sets ' Vidushi ' And ' CCL Ke Lal And Ladli ' Programs Apart. Our Program Is Only For Girls And Hands-on. Female Alumni Of IITs Lead The Parties In The Vidida Centers Of Noida And Bhubaneswar Respectively. CGM Rashmi Govil In Noida And Information System Officer Debjani Panda In Bhubaneswar The Girls Give Peptalk. Chairman (Sanjiv Singh) Has Also Been Visiting To Motivate Them, IndianOil Director (HR) Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra Said.

Gopal Singh, Chairman Of CCL, Said That A Team Of CCL Executives, Located In Ranchi, Coordinates Alumni Of The Main Institutions, Coordinating Aspiring From Families Affected By The Project. CCL Also Offers Selected Student Formal Education For Class XI And XII.

The Efforts Deliver Rich Dividends. Forty-six Of The 56 ' Vidushi ' Girls Have Cracked JEE This Year. All 100 Aspirants, Including 14 Girls At GAIL ' S Kanpur ' Utkarsh ' Passed Through The Middle. The Dwarahat And Srinagar Centers In Uttarakhand Saw 24 And 26 Students From A Pile Of 30 Each Clearing JEE. Four ' Ladlis ' And Eight ' Ladlas ' Also Made The Assessment Just Like 28 Out Of 30 From ONGC ' S ' Super 30 ' Program.

The companies fund the coaching programmes, which include free boarding and lodging as well as other consumables. Indian Oil also provide insurance to cover exigencies during the course. The aspirants are chosen through merit/exam schemes.

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