On the line of Bihar's Super 30 which helps the unprivileged and underprivileged students in achieving success in engineering, a couple in Rajasthan from Dausa are offering the students free coaching to help them in clearing the competitive exams.
These free coaching classes are run by Seema and Vinod for the poor children of the tribal groups and help them in achieving the job of their dreams.
After screening they select 60 students for coaching and then guide them in their preparation for the competitive exams held by the government for various jobs.
“I appeared in the IAS interview thrice but could not crack it. It was after this that I decided to share my knowledge with the youths who are not able to afford coaching classes,” says Vinod Meena.
Seema Meena said that "they faced discrimination but every negative statement motivated us and they managed to dodge past many hurdles.
They do not have a registered coaching center and they do not wish to be noted as an NGO".
Chandra Prakash Sharma, a volunteer at the facility said that he teaches in the institute for an hour and this gives him immense pleasure and satisfaction and fill him with the energy.
Every month about INR 20,000 are spent on the institute's rent and stationary and all this comes from their private salary. The classes in the institute last for four hours except Sunday and till now more than 300 students from the institute have secured the various government jobs successfully.
“The coaching tips and their simple way of teaching helped in getting the job, which could not have been possible without their help and support,” says Nishu Singh who managed to secure a job as a teacher at a government school.
“I, like several others in tribal areas, could not afford coaching classes. The efforts of the couple have made my life. It is a true service to the humanity,” says Ajit Singh Gurjar, who has been posted as a soldier in the Indian Army.