We strive to help people around Kolkata, West Bengal
During lockdown period due to COVID-19, most schools adopted online classes. Disha Mondal, a student of class VI. Young Horizon School did not have a computer at home. Uddyom came forward and arranged a computer for her so that her online classes and future studies can continue unhindered.
In consonance with our vision, Uddyom started its educational outreach programme in 2017 by identifying children enrolling for higher studies at the undergraduate level who were in need of assistance. Attending classes at the university level from an unprivileged background brings a lot of assorted problems with it, and Uddyom has been alive to them. Each student gets a dedicated member of Uddyom looking after her / his needs, almost in the way a mentor does, calling them up on regular intervals and enquiring about the progress of their careers.
Students who might need to approach Uddyom for such a service are required to apply through the Scholarship tab in the home page, where the application form is available.
The following students have been offered Uddyom’s helping hand over the years.
|Sl||Name of Student||Period||Subject / Course||Institution|
|1||Pallabi Halder||2019 onwards||B.Sc. (Geography)||Sarsuna College, Calcutta University|
|2||Mir Jasimuddin||2019 onwards||Electronic & Electrical Engineering||Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science & Technology, under MAKAUT|
|3||Riya Sardar||2017 onwards||B.A. (Bengali)||Jadavpur University|
|4||Rajesh Mahato||2017 onwards||B. Tech. (Mechanical Engineering)||Swami Vivekananda Institute of Science & Technology, under MAKAUT|