Triumphs Against All Odds: Inspiring Journeys of Resilience

Conquering All Odds with Unyielding Dedication

Priya was studying in 7th grade in Govt Primary School, Mahantesh Nagar, when she was selected for RCF’s talent nurturing program. Priya was a bright and thoughtful kid. Her parents had almost no formal education. Priya’s father did manual labour of digging trenches, and her mother worked as a household cook.
Priya attended RCF’s weekend classes for 2 years; she was very meticulous in her academic work. After completing 10th, Priya was selected for the SAADHANA Prakalpa of Rashtrothana Parsishat and obtained two years of pre-university education completely free. Today Priya is pursuing undergraduate studies in Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence in one of the best engineering colleges.

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Blossoming in Computer Science: Juggling Petals and Code to Thrive

Meet Deepa Hugar, a resilient student from Govt School in Vantamuri Colony, Belgaum. Despite facing early adversity with the loss of her father, Deepa's determination and talent shone through when she was selected for our talent-nurture program while studying in the 7th grade. To support her family, she assisted her mother in crafting beautiful flower garlands, contributing to the household income. Undeterred by the challenges of commuting from Kalkambh village to school via public transport, Deepa's dedication to her studies and exceptional leadership qualities set her apart. Completing her 12th grade in Science, Deepa's academic prowess earned her a coveted government merit seat for the Bachelor of Engineering course in Computer Science & Business Systems at a prestigious college. This impressive achievement was made possible with the support of RCF's Higher Education Scholarship, which has been instrumental in shaping her dreams.

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Writing Algorithms amid Household Chores

Aishwarya experienced the loss of her mother at the tender age of 9, followed by the passing of her father when she turned 14. Residing in a modest abode with her two siblings, she dutifully assumed the responsibility of managing all household chores before attending the government school located in the Shree Nagar area of Belagavi. Aishwarya’s exceptional mathematical prowess came to light when she astoundingly counted 204 squares on a chessboard and even derived a formula for the broader scenario…

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An Avid Programmer from Waddar Chavani

Waddar Chavani is an area in Belgaum where families of the Waddar Community ( have settled in small huts and houses. Shashikant Gadiwaddar’s family is one such. Shashikant lost his father at a very young age. His mother made the ends meet by working as a cook in a small private mess. Shashikant lacked the fluency of Kannada language and communication skills, which made it hard for anyone to see the raw talent and zest for knowledge hidden in him.

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Realizing the childhood dream

Sakshi Birje was a 7th grade student in Govt Kannada Higher Primary School, Vantamuri Colony, Belagavi when she was selected for RCF’s talent nurturing program. Sakshi’s father sells vegetables and fruits on a cart and her mother works as a housemaid. Their family of five, which included two younger siblings of Sakshi, lives in a small dwelling in a noisy, densely populated street of Ashraya Colony, Rukmini Nagar. Sakshi had the dream of becoming a doctor.

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