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Case Study of Suresh Kumar C.N.
Tuesday, Sep 10, 2019


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Name: Suresh Kumar C.N.
Project Name:Hardwicke Boarding Home, Mysore
Project Number: 20054 0419

Suresh Kumar C.N. is a child of Hardwicke Boarding Home(residential project). Suresh joined our project at the age of 10, he comes from a very remote village called Uttuvalli near Chamarajanagar district and belongs to a backward family. Due to utter financial difficulties and family problems; his parents could not offer him good education when he was 10-year-old boy. Knowing the family situation, he was recommended by a local church pastor for admission in to the present project in 2009.

He admitted to fifth class in our Institution and was able to complete his 12th class with 65% of marks in the year 2016. Further, asper his interest he had admitted into two-year vocational training in electrician trade (Industrial Training program in electrician) at Malavalli Boys Home where he completed his training program successfully and awarded certificate was issued by the National council of vocational training New Delhi in September 2018.

He worked in the same locality for about 6 months and got good practical knowledge in electrical wiring and maintenance. And later he moved to Mysore city couple of months ago and joined a big firm ‘PLANSEE’ Mysore where all electrical accessories and coper wires are manufactured and supplied to big companies. He has been working under a supervisor and drawing Rs. 10,500/- per month with other benefits like incentives, provident fund and medical allowances. Now he is self-supportive and helps his parents financially.

He does his jobskilfully and feel cheerful. He stays at Mysore city and meets his parents every weekend. He extends help to his own brother too. His parents are very proud of him.

Being born in a poor family and brought up in two different Christian institutions he was able to reach his goal. He inculcates good manners and discipline for which he gives priority. He found his God the savior only after he joined our residential care project. His parents and Suresh himself are very much grateful to the sponsors who loved him very much and extends financial support through. He visits our project often and interacts with junior inmates. It is a kind of encouragement for our children. He is grateful forever.