Considered working for NGOs
Source: Hindustan Times

On World NGO Day (February 27), students from the colleges of DU share how they considered working for NGOs. Their adventures shaped their lives and made them turn down internship proposals. In the well-known corporations rather than operating with non-profit corps. It is to pave the way for a promising tomorrow.

Offering it back to the society where we live keeps the max importance for a bunch of youngsters. Presently, on World NGO Day. DU students as well as alumni share how they have provided up their job prospects in multinational corporations (MNCs) to be competent to work for the masses.

Diya Goswami, a final-year Sociology (Hons) student at Hindu College, shares that she was interning at an NGO. She supervises their human resource division as pro bono work. She urges me to work in the social and development sector. She wishes for a one-day straight affect policy-making. She considered working for NGOs.

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Like numerous students, Goswami also had ideas about working at a great MNC to strengthen her CV. She switched her mind after she considered working for an NGO. She said that she had glimpsed real-life potential that she would have been unseeing. She had opted for an internship at an MNC as she had thought of doing back in my first year. When she saw the work being done for these children, she was determined to devote her whole time and effort here.

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Some graduates of DU have gone a step ahead and put together their careers in social work. Aanya Wig, an alumnus of Lady Shri Ram College, she as well as her elder sister were raised by our single mother. We lost our dad when she was very young. She considered working for an NGO that works with needy women.

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The concept behind commencing a youth collective for me was to support others. To see women as leaders, the way I have seen. When I graduated in the year 2021, I got a new NGO. We work constantly towards lifting awareness. It is about menstrual hygiene and financial as well as legal literacy for women. I am feeling very proud to say that all the volunteers at my great NGO are brilliant students. They are from schools as well as colleges, with at least 80% of the strength being from DU.

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