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LECIN Team with the kids

LECIN : A youth organisation educating underprivileged children with a uniquely developed curriculum Out of all imaginable symbols of a gift, if there is one which can be felt, cherished and celebrated, it has to be education. And 2 students from New Delhi are selflessly imparting this gift to hundreds of impoverished children in the nation’s …

Our lives are often entangled in the web of our needs and it instantly retreats back to a pungent monotony whenever there is even a speck of change for the better. But we often forget to see that beyond our oddities and needs, there are millions of individuals who are unable to acquire three meals …

Asha Gond, a 16-year-old tribal girl, grew up in Janwaar village in the Panna district of Madhya Pradesh. With her family entirely dependent on their, often, paltry farm produce, life was extremely difficult for them. But, their perilous financial condition never smothered Asha’s affection towards her education. Working hard, she found a deep interest in …

Born to a Punjabi father and Kashmiri mother, Meera who studies at Sartartia Middle School, in Houston, Texas was working on her school’s science project when she heard of Indian government’s move UJALA YOGANA to replace 77 crore existing bulbs with energy saving light emitting diode (LED) ones. The 13 year old found that India’s …

 “Education, indeed, plays an integral role in the journey of a person from childhood to youth. And to achieve this education, it is important to perpetually gain new experiences. However, these experiences are often limited and plastered within the boundaries of the four walls of a classroom. But, I have always strongly believed that “travel …

Born and brought up in a remote village on the border of India and Pakistan, Inderpreet Singh has seen the changing conditions of the youth of Punjab, getting addicted to malicious stuff with no sensitization, whatsoever, to the societal issues. Ever since he was an undergraduate, he believed in improving the substandard condition of India, …

In India, 7 out of every 10 families belong to a lineage that can trace their history to a prosperous agrarian family. Moreover, our country ranks 2nd in the world in total farm output where agriculture accounts for as much as quarter of the Indian economy. But despite the heavy importance of agriculture, it is …

Working through jargon is tough, and when you are an immigrant in a foreign land and you have to go through files of paper work, it’s a tall order. The experience Munzer Khattab and Gaith Zamrik went through when they entered the German land and went through their paper work was enough to make them …