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DELHI UNIVERSITY ORPHAN QUOTA ILLUMINATES PATHS TO EDUCATION

Delhi University has done something really nice. They made a special rule called the ‘orphan quota.’ This helps students who don’t have both their mom and dad. The idea is to make it easy for them to go to college and have a better future.

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Shreshth’s Story : Dreams Coming True

Let’s talk about Shreshth Kumar. He is 17 years old and comes from Bihar. His life got tough after losing both parents. When he applied to DU this year, he found out about the ‘orphan quota.’ Now, he is studying B.Com at Kirori Mal College, and this chance gives him hope for a better future.

Sahil’s Strength : Facing Tough Times

Meet Sahil, who is 18 years old. He got into Hindu College through the orphan quota. In three years, he lost both his mom and dad. It’s not easy, but Sahil feels lucky to have this chance. Even though college makes him a bit nervous, he thinks of it as a new beginning.

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Karishma’s Determination : A Rising Star

Now, let’s hear about Karishma. She is 18 and comes from Uttarakhand. She lost her mom when she was just eight months old. After that, her family had some problems. But Karishma stayed strong. Even when she found out about her dad’s passing during the pandemic, she didn’t give up. Now, she is doing B.Sc in Statistics at Hindu College.

Challenges and Hopes

These students are happy about this chance, but some things are still tough. Money is a worry for some, and memories from the past can make studying a bit hard. But the ‘orphan quota’ helps them. It gives these strong students a chance to rebuild their lives through education.

What Comes Next?

The ‘orphan quota’ at Delhi University is a good thing. It shows that even when life is hard, there can be new beginnings. These students are like seeds in a garden, and education is like the sunlight helping them grow. It’s not just a small step; it’s an important one for a brighter future for those who had tough times.

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Conclusion

When Delhi University made the ‘orphan quota,’ they decided to help students who lost both parents. This means if someone’s mom and dad are not there, they can still go to college more easily. It’s like a special path for them. Shreshth, Sahil, and Karishma are some students who got this chance, and they are really happy about it.

Shreshth wants to do something good with his life. Sahil is a bit nervous about college but sees it as a fresh start. Karishma, despite facing tough times, is doing well in her studies. The ‘orphan quota’ helps them with money too, so they can focus on learning.

These students thank the ‘orphan quota’ for giving them a chance. Even though some things are still hard, they feel like they can build a better future. Delhi University did something very kind, and it’s making a big difference for these students.

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