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- AS is from a small village Munger in Bihar. He lost his father in an accident in 2010, who was also the sole earning member of the family. Due to the sudden demise of his father, his grandfather had to look after the family, but he also passed away after a couple of years. His mother didn’t have the required educational degrees to look for a job. She started giving private tuition while also managing to study and look after her son. Currently, she teaches in a school and gives private tuition, barely managing the household expenses. AS had not even bothered to look for a good university for admission, even though he wanted to become an engineer, as he was aware that his mother wouldn’t be able to afford to pay for the education. His uncle informed him about BMU scholarship and encouraged him to apply. Scholarship and admission into BMU have given hopes to him and his mother. He is a bright student maintaining an excellent CGPA, who can now look forward to a bright future for him and his family.
- SG belongs to a humble family in Hyderabad. She was a brilliant student in school who wanted to pursue higher education in a good university. However, her family’s financial situation wasn’t conducive for her dreams. Her father works as a plumber and is a sole earning member in the family of five. Swarna has two siblings who are also studying and family barely able to manage their monthly expenses. Her father wanted SG to get into nearby local college for higher studies, even if it meant compromising on her career dreams. Scholarship from BMU helped Swarna to pursue her wish to study B.Com with access to world-class facilities and faculty. Her elder brother supported her decision to move to Gurugram for studies and even convinced her parents. Without the financial aid, she would never have been able to get into a university. She calls it a ‘dream come true’. Her family is proud of her and want her to work hard. Swarna feels that admission into BMU has given her confidence to dream bigger.
- AY hails from Ranchi, Jharkhand where he was living with his mother and brother. His father was living and working in Delhi before Pandemic hit the country. During the chaos of lockdown and pandemic, his father lost his job and had to move back to Ranchi. His mother suffered a stroke during the same time and family had to sell their house after using all the savings for the treatment of his mother. Amidst all this, AY didn’t want to give up on his dream of studying engineering, no matter how difficult it seemed to achieve it.
BMU scholarship gave him and his family hope about his future. He is pursuing B.Tech from the university and even actively participating in techie clubs. He finds the faculty at BMU very helpful and overall atmosphere encouraging and vibrant. AY even wants his younger brother to study at BMU once he completes his school.
In his words, ‘I couldn’t think of getting admission into a university like BMU, if I had not gotten financial aid. I am going to work hard and make my teachers and parents proud of me.’
- Rashi* is studying Law at BML Munjal University. She is a first-generation university student in her family. Her family is from Agra, UP, where her father used to do his ancestral work of creating fluorescent posters for the circus groups before Covid-19 and Lockdowns hit the country. Father lost his source of income and family had to sell the land to make ends meet, due to loss of employment during the pandemic. Mother had to sell her jewellery to keep Rashi in school. Her family had made it clear to her that they won’t be able to afford her higher education and she might have to take a gap year. However, Rashi was determined to study further.
Getting admission in BMU with scholarship and that too in her favourite course has been like ‘a Dua answered’ for Rashi. She finds the Law faculty to be very helpful and warm, and seniors on campus very supportive. Rashi wants to become lawyer and spokesperson for the people who lack representation in the legal system due to their economic status.