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Good Samaritan’s still do exist

The “good Samaritan” is species very rare on the verge of extinction, especially among the new generation, we often hear. But K S Shivakumar from Mysuru proved that Good Samaritan’s still do exist Vidyaranyapuram: When Rinku Chumprammary and his parents from Assam migrated to

When Rinku Chumprammary and his parents from Assam migrated to Mysuru in search of a job faced a lot of language barriers to find a job and happened to approach Mr Shivakumar who offered them to earn their living. Less did they realize that their child would start going to school than lend a helping hand to them. All thanks to Shivakumar MD of Surya Batteries private limited in city, Rinku, now in class seven at DGTM educational institution in city (Mr Shivakumar) who is also the Chairman of the school seeing the plight of his parents and the idea of Rinku working at his factory told them” Don’t ask a child to take a tool instead send him to a school”.This was not easy as there was immense pressure on Rinku, to earn for his family which might have forced him back into child labor. However, Shivakumar was determined and made sure he got the education. Rinku had discontinued his schooling after

This was not easy as there was immense pressure on Rinku, to earn for his family which might have forced him back into child labor. However, Shivakumar was determined and made sure he got the education.

Rinku had discontinued his schooling after sixth standard, now happy with his friends, school work and a future to look for.

Speaking to City Today Headmistress of DGTM School Evelyn Susanna said that “it is sad that Child labour still exists in India. When Rinku approached for a job our Chairman took the initiative and made sure he joins the school.

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