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Impoverished students need good role models

Christel House Bangalore now has its first university graduates—the Class of 2014. Much effort was required to reach this result. A rigorous high school curriculum helped students succeed in the two key board exams necessary to secure university admission—the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) at the tenth grade level and the Pre-University Certificate (PUC) of the Karnataka State Education Board (grade 12 equivalent).

Additionally, Christel House provides an intensive career guidance program, JIVA, to help students make informed choices on their future education and career paths, charting numerous options in the event their first choice is not attainable. Christel House helps exceptional students secure scholarships and find ways to support their career objectives. Many times, students work and study simultaneously throughout their post-secondary education.

With university credentials in hand, these young people are poised to assure the realization of the Christel House mission—ending the cycle of poverty. We cannot wait to see our young adults maximize their human potential and make a positive contribution to their communities and their country.

I am very excited to have this opportunity to work at Christel House. I enjoy being here and sincerely believe in its mission to break the cycle of poverty..

-Ranjit (Finance & Administration In-Charge)