Deputy Commissioner Madhabi Mishra said Rashmi Birhar is a first generation student of her family in Birhar Tola of West Bokaro in Ramgarh district.
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“The district administration is serious about improving the condition of the members of the primitive tribe. We will encourage him to study higher. Tata Steel has contributed to this achievement, ”said Mishra. She was a student of St. Robert’s School in Hazaribagh.
Birhor is a primitive tribe who traces their origin to Jharkhand. About 11,000 people of the tribe are currently living in the state.
The girl passed her 10th class board exam two years ago under ‘Project Akansha’ supported by Tata Steel Foundation.
A statement issued by the Tata Steel Foundation said the project, launched in 2012, aims to make a positive difference in the lives of the country’s vulnerable indigenous communities by supporting the education of children in the community, especially girls.
The statement quoted him as saying, “My parents want me to study hard and get better results in the future as I have the full support of the Tata Steel Foundation.”
Rashmi says her parents want her to move on, and never let herself be in an awkward position.
She wants to do a diploma course after consulting with her teachers and mentors at the Tata Steel Foundation.
The statement said, “The Akansha project has affected several lives since then and enrolled 220 Birhor children under the project, who are supported academically and are advised to enjoy the education they receive through formal education.”
Earlier this month, a 16-year-old girl from the same tribe in Hazaribagh district passed the matriculation exam.
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