Exclusive : Directly from the remote area to the hostel of ‘Umed’! In Kolhapur, the first boy from Vanamari community passed 10th leader

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Kolhapur : Pudaari Online Desk – No one from Vanamari community of Kolhapur district has passed 10th class before. But in this year’s 10th examination, a student from the same community, Parsu Powar, succeeded and passed the 10th examination. This is a community living in a forest valley. Even in this community, which is far from education, the economic situation is very poor. Getting an education is far away; The success achieved by Parsu Powar, a boy from this society, who earns money by working whatever he can for his stomach, is admirable.

Parsu Powar is a resident of Irewadi village in Shahuwadi taluk. He passed the 2023 class 10th examination with 48.20 percent marks. He is studying at Sriram High School, Bhag School Koparde. Pursu is moving forward with the desire to take further professional education.

Since 2019, he and his 3 siblings have been living in the hostel of Umaid Foundation. Umaid Foundation in Sangrul has taken responsibility for their education. Umaid Foundation takes responsibility of these children till they complete their education and become independent. Umaid Foundation works to mainstream education and make them self-reliant.

Meanwhile, the Umaid Foundation and Dashrath Ire, a member of the foundation, have worked to bring the Powar siblings into the stream of education. These children were from Vanamari community in Dashrath Ayre’s village. Umaid used to distribute educational materials to these children since 2015. The children were at home at that time. Prakash Krishnat Gatade, President of Umed Foundation has informed that these siblings were admitted to the hostel of Umed Foundation after the opening of Umed’s hostel.

Living in a remote area, this community is settled in the forests of Shahuwadi. There are no fixed houses; But the good news that ‘Pawar Pawar has passed’ has not yet reached this community that lives in huts, speaks very little and is sparse in number. Because, there is a lack of media to convey the message to this community living in the forest. So when Parsu’s family gets to know this happy news, their joy will be boundless for sure!

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