He Achieved Success
At 24 years, Moshin is the oldest of the four siblings. He has brother who is studying and is also deaf. His father works fixing semi-precious and precious stones. He and his parents belong to Jaipur, the old city.
The barriers to education facing youth like Moshin in Jaipur go far beyond simple economics—cultural bias and lack of opportunities often stand in the way.
As an early drop out from school, Moshin’s life after the 8th standard has been wandering the streets of Jaipur, filling time by doing odd jobs. Moshin came to Darshan, referred by friends, to join computer training program for the hearing-impaired.
At Darshan, we want to impart a sense of confidence to young men like Moshin. Our program is tailored to help youth to think beyond their present circumstances and develop intellectually; and become good assets to the community and productive citizens. In turn, we believe they will inspire other to follow their footsteps.
Staff from the Jai Palace hotel, a place to reckon with among the heritage group of hotels in Jaipur came by and casually chatted with Mohsin one day. They were impressed. He was recruited immediately.
Today, Moshin is working hard at Jai Palace. His superiors are happy with this performance.