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    Shekhar Manjulkar,studing in Class XII has been blind from birth. His parents could not afford to send him to a “special school”. However, with support from St Xavier’s College, Mumbai who prepared all his notes in Braille, today Shekhar is studying in Junior College at ICL, Vashi. He dreams of being a professor one day.

    Maya Gawli,a deaf- mute student is an excellent sportwoman winning several district and state level medals in athletics. P.T. Usha remains her idol

    Subash Hegde,whose parents are daily wage earners, is now placed with L & T after compeltion of his vocational course

    Shabana Sayyad,once a school drop out is today running her own small tailoring business from home. She has employed two needy women to assist her. These women take home Rs 3000/- to Rs 4000/- every month

    Siraj Sheikh, a hardware trained student is now working with ICICI Bank

    Kalpana Padghan,another school drop-out, re-enrolled in school after a gap of 4 years. Today she is on the way to completing he graduation. She is a trained Balwadi teacher too.

    Kaushalya Singh,an illiterate housewife is today a dedicated community leader who has inspired many women like her to learn tailoring and work from their homes.

    Abdul Khan, who had lost all interest in studies and loitered in the area with his friends for 3-4 years, was encouraged to re-enroll into school. He scored 80 % in Class X and in now on his way to graduation.

    Akshay More,another student is studying Law and wants to set up his own practice one day.

    Pradeep and Deepak,the twins from Turbhe are studying for their Diploma in Civil Engineering

    There are many such stories of children overcoming serious obstacles to chase their dreams and make them real.......