Her dream to achieve big is hurdled, not because of motivation or merit but money.
Despite hailing from a poor family, Bandi Bharathi has made it to the University of East London for MA programme in English Teaching through determination and hard work. But lack of finances is a hurdle and she wants the help of people to see a poor girl to fulfil her dreams.
Hailing from Kadapa and now residing in Warangal, the first generation learner has been a good student since her school days. After completing her M.Ed, she appeared for TOEFL scoring a highly impressive 111 out of 120.
But she doesn't have a family to support with her mother passing away recently and father who has left her in lurch. She got admission two times in the last two years but could not join due to lack of finances.
“This is the third time I got admission for the course and don't want to lose this opportunity,” says Bharathi, who is looking at philanthropists to support her in the first semester at least.
“I am confident of raising the remaining money in England through part-time jobs after joining the course,” she says.
People who are interested in helping her can contact her on 81213-52551 or bharathi firstname.lastname@example.org.