Congratulations to Katti and all those who supported her. The NGOs who helped Katti have done work which the Government can never do. There are good NGOs who are doing great work of helping such girls. We must be proud of such organisations. The Government could do a lot, but they have such rad tape in their working, they will never do anything good for such people. Instead they may curtail such work and divert the funds for some other work. Shame that we cannot provide a decent living and education to our marginalised people.
its good thing that katti wud learn something n progress in her life, but... whats the qualification she has that has fetched her go to USA n that also for junior college level studies? nothing special.
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by Kiran on Jul 08, 2013 08:09 AM
Perseverance through an unimaginably difficult learning environment. Motivation to claim the education she deserves. Selflessness to use her opportunity to study psychology and *help others* who are disadvantaged. Too many of us are judged by our GPAs and not our love of learning and motivation to pursue our passions.
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by Balachandran N on Dec 10, 2014 11:06 AM
It's not about the grades. It's about the attitude. It doesn't where are you from, it's all about what you have set to become. If you choose to set yourself free, nothing in this world is going to stop you.
Sweta Katti is a symbol of modern India , and it is the moral responsibility of the government to promote her . She should not be promoted by a NGO despite all the good work they have done for her . The story of Katti is an example for all the youngsters , especially those who hail from affluent families and have not seen poverty at close range . The story of the girl from the Red Light Area making it big is a success story that should be well scripted and made lessons in our school curriculam . The Central Government should use her as a Model to promote education in Rural India..Debashis Padhi