- A dedicated college student, Sutar, has shown the world the true meaning of being dedicated to education
- Sutar's village has no internet connectivity and the young girl needs it for online classes
- Her brother built her a shed atop a hill where her phone manages to catch a signal for internet
A college student identified as Swapnail Gopinath Sutar has shown dedication to education despite having no internet connectivity in her village for online classes.
In a picture that was shared on LinkedIn by Kaisar Hamid, the young girl, whose ambition is to become a veterinary doctor, could be seen studying under a shed.
Hamid said the girl's brother built the shed for her atop a hill where her phone manages to catch a signal for internet.
He said the young girl studies from 7am in the morning to 7pm in the night under the shed. Briefly.co.za notes that Sutar is from Kanakvali in Sindhudurg, India.
People took to the comment section of the post to share their opinion about the girl's dedication to her education.
Reena Strehle wrote:
"Incredible and an amazing story to be shared with the world. She is a legend and deserves global recognition thanks to her benevolent and visionary brothers. Lucky animals."
Susan Gibson-Kueh wrote:
"I wish I could connect with Sutar and send her a message! I have all these texts on veterinary medicine and surgery sitting on my book shelf and would like to give them away! If she would like to have them."
In other news, education is important but many learners in the country still have a tough time getting to and from school each day.
Zwelakhe Mnomiya is one of those learners. The Grade 11 pupil goes the extra mile to get to school each day - literally! Every morning at 5:30am, Mnomiya leaves his home to arrive at his school on time.
His uncle, Khayelihle Zondi, opened up about his nephew's struggles every day. Zondi explained the Grade 11 pupil is tired, thirsty and hungry from walking.
“We used to do the same thing when we were in school. How long are these children going to suffer? By the time they get to school, they are tired, thirsty and hungry from walking. What are they going to learn then?”
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