QUOTE OF THE MONTH
Sumitra Karki is a grade 5
student in Krishna Mandir School.
She is a hard-working
student and has been
first in her class. Her
aim is to be a teacher
and spread light of
education in her community.
Sumitra, a 13 years old girl with keen
interest in her studies, is the eldest
daughter of her family. Sumitra
lives with her parents. Her father
is a porter. Sumitra’s mother owns
a small tea shop from where she earns
around Rs 500 per day.
Sumitra won the KG Awards in August.
As expressed by Sumitra to our volunteers,
she is planning to buy stationery with the prize
money. She conveys her gratitude to all people
who have helped her for the award.
(profile is created by Shristi Bhetwal
and Reecha Nakarmi)
Inspiration of the Month
Mrs. Neema Rajbhandari is a teacher at Shanti Shikshy Mandir School. The beautiful thing about her is that she is strongly moved by a desire to help the poorest of her students. She has been consistent in her volunteering support to KG, even though KG provides no material compensation. Teachers like Neema continue to inspire KG with their effort and dedication to help the students.
She has been helping KG in the implementation of the KG Awards and Gifts program since the days of its inception. She lives in Tauda and teaches English, Accounts and Economics to the students of secondary level. She is involved in this profession for 20 years. Other than the mentioned subjects, she is also involved in the extracurricular activities. She encourages her students to participate in such activities.
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