Tejus Kadam



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Tejus Kadam is very smart and active boy. When he was 13 years old when he lost his father. His mother was not in position to take care of him. Finally, she admitted him in Govt. Child Home in 2008. Tejus completed his ITI in telecommunication after 10 th and started working. He wanted to study ahead but because of family responsibility he continued his job.

CSA organized a session in collaboration with Yashaswi group on ‘Earn and learn’ program at Govt children home. Tejus attended the session. After meeting Tejus, Yashaswi group sent him for a round of interview with Forbs and the good news is Tejus cracked the interview & got selected as a Machine operator. Tejus is now working with Forbes, simultaneously completing his Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from same company. He is earning 7500 per month with free transportation and food facility.

CSA keep motivating youth (joined job with CSA intervention)) by providing them with Aftercare kit which includes pair of formal dress, formal and casual footwear, undergarments, office bag, Hygiene kit and other daily essential things.

Govinda



Govinda, now 18 years old, was found abandoned at the age of 8 at Khandwa Railway station by the nun in charge of Navjeevan Children’s Home.

Govinda did his schooling in Khandwa. He had completed a basic course in Computers. CSA provided him with Tuition Teacher support for his 10th grade exams which he passed and scored 56%. He is preparing for his 12th grade exams & he has been employed for a Childline project in Indore where he is earning a remuneration of Rs.6000/month.

Govinda was provided with hands-on training to help prepare him for his new job. He was trained in the role of an office assistant while he was at the orphanage.

Govinda plans to complete his higher secondary education from Indore and CSA will look to fund his education expenses. Our program officers are in touch with him & he is enjoying his workplace.

Divya Alleria



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Divya, now 18 years, had lost her mother in her childhood & was admitted to an orphanage in Indore – Jeevan Jyoti Rao by her father, a driver by profession.

Divya is a bright girl & has participated in all activities conducted at the orphanage. She was also appointed as the President of the Children’s Committee at the orphanage.

Divya scored 78% in her 12th grade exams and is now pursuing her Bachelor’s in Science course at the Holkar Science College, Indore. CSA is supporting her with college, accommodation & transport expenses.