Bengaluru based Dakshana Foundation has announced results for its third batch of JNV Dakshana Scholars, the batch came through with flying colours achieved exceeds expectations results.
Out of 50 Dakshana Scholars in the batch, 37 qualified in the IIT-JEE merit list , an impressive 74% success rate, in earlier years the rate was mere 21-31%.
This two years free education by Dakshana foundation provided at Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) Bengaluru by using classroom lectures.
Dakshana’s topper secured an IIT-JEE All-India ST rank of 15. His mother is illiterate and his father is retired with a monthly pension of Rs. 3000, Dakshana’s second rank scholar secured an IIT-JEE All-India ST rank of 18, with five siblings and a single impoverished father (his mother passed away) barely eking out Rs. 1000 a month as a farmer.
Dakshana’s coaching partner, T.I.M.E., at JNV Bengaluru, teaches scholars with intensively coaching techniques. The Dakshana foundation has a strong relationship and MoU with the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) whereby Dakshana screens and selects the most promising JNV students for intensive preparation and coaching for the IIT-JEE.
The 593 JNVs nationwide graduate over 30,000 students every year. Historically, only a small handful of them have made it to IIT. The Dakshana-JNV partnership is all about creating a level playing field where brilliant students from rural, impoverished families can reach their full potential.
For list of Dakshana Scholars check http://www.dakshana.org
Dakshana is focused on providing world-class education opportunities for exceptionally gifted children from impoverished backgrounds in India.
Every Dakshana Scholar who gets a world-class education successfully breaks the shackles of poverty for his entire family - forever.