Scholarships and Success Stories
The Samatva Monitoring Committee (SMC) keeps in touch with students awarded scholarships about their progress. SMC helps students helps teach students to gain enough self-confidence to face social challenges and plan their future. Samatva believes that economical support alone is not sufficient for progress; an efficient monitoring system that keeps in touch with students through a one to one relationship between Samatva and children is paramount for their progress.
"Without the help of Samatva, I would not become a nurse practioner." - Maala
Maala is from a remote village, V. S. Doddi, in Kollegal Taluk, Karnataka, India. Her parents are farmers and were unable to support her education. Samatva helped financially support her pre-university education in Mysore, Karnataka India. Maala completed her B.Sc. in nursing and works as a Nurse practitioner.
"I couldn’t have imagined studying in a city, Bengaluru, without Samatva’s support."
Siddaraju lived in a village that is far away from the city college, and it was difficult for him either to travel to the city or for his family to support his education. Samatva created an opportunity for him to study in Bangalore, a city in India. College fees and hostel expenses were also provided.
“Samatva stood in place of my parents.” - Ravi
Ravi, like, Siddaraju, also lived in a village that is far away from college. Based on his family status, it was difficult for him to afford college. Samatva created an opportunity for him to study in Bangalore, India. College fees and hostel expenses were also been provided.
“Samatva helped me reach my dream." - Yasmin
Yasmin grew up in rural Upparahalli, Karnataka. Her parents could not fully afford her education, so Samatva facilitated her studies by providing her a scholarship. Yasmin is now working as a nurse, her dream job, in Omega Hospital in Bengaluru, India.
“I am excited that, now, it is possible for me go to college.” - Satish
Satish is from a very poor labor family. Samatva Trust aided him for four years for his education, starting from 7th standard to 10th.