Nagpur, Maharashtra: KC Overseas Education has participated in a social outreach initiative at “The Home of Aged and Handicapped” in Utkhana, Nagpur, an institution dedicated to supporting handicapped students for over a century.
Established in 1890, The Home of Aged and Handicapped has been a steadfast support system for individuals facing various physical and cognitive challenges. This place provides quality of life for specially-abled children and adults through rehabilitation, education, and skill-based training.
KC Overseas Education, an international education organization, has a strong presence in international education consulting. With its headquarters based in Nagpur, the organization provides educational guidance, counselling, and support to students pursuing studies abroad.
Founded in 1998, KC Overseas Education began its journey in Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. Over the years, it has substantially expanded its presence and is now a global player with 65 offices in countries such as India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria. They offer personalized guidance to students who aspire to study abroad and help them with the complete application process, providing expert advice.
Donated Funds to help in the education & rehabilitation of handicapped children
The initiative of KC Overseas Education donated a substantial amount of funds to the institution, specifically earmarked for the education and rehabilitation of 180 handicapped children. The funds will be utilized for various aspects of the institution’s operation, including:
Education: The money will be allocated towards educational resources, specialized teaching staff, and technological aids to ensure that the children receive quality education tailored to their unique needs.
Rehabilitation: Funds will support rehabilitation programs, including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy, designed to enhance the physical and mental development of the children.
Medical Treatment: A portion of the donation will be directed towards medical facilities and treatments, ensuring that the children receive the necessary healthcare and interventions.
Living Arrangements: The institution’s infrastructure will be improved to provide a comfortable and safe living environment for the children.
Pankaj Agrawal, CEO of KC Overseas Education, expressed his enthusiasm about this initiative, saying, “At KC Overseas Education, we believe in the power of education to transform lives. We are honored to be a part of ‘The Home of Aged and Handicapped’ and support their unwavering commitment to the welfare of especially abled children. We hope our contribution helps improve the lives of these children and provides them with opportunities for a brighter future.”
KC Overseas Education’s participation in this social outreach initiative exemplifies how organizations can use their resources and expertise to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need.