DLF Foundation’s Annual Scholar’s Conclave held in capital

Taking a step forward in its contribution for the upliftment of the underprivileged children, DLF Foundation is organizing its Annual Scholars Conclave 2015 tomorrow at Air Force Auditorium, Subroto Park. The conclave is being organised under the aegis of its flagship initiative Talent Nurturing Program. Annual Scholar’s Conclave 2015 will celebrating the scholarly endeavors and achievements of its students an included scholars/faculty/mentors narrating their educational progress and varied experiences. The conclave awarded and recognized the high achievers, partner schools, best teachers and mentors and resource person of their initiative. Over 14 high achievers were awarded and recognized during the conclave with Plaque, Cash Awards and Certificate of Commendation.

The annual conclave is an opportunity for students, their faculty and mentors to share their scholarly journey. The Talent Nurturing Program works towards the education of children from disadvantaged and marginalized communities who often have to give up their education for lack of funds and family support. So far it has supported over 733 bright underprivileged rural and urban scholars, over 559 rural and urban school scholars hailing from very marginalized and low income families. Out of these over 334 rural school scholars have been helped to shift to reputed private schools with good infrastructure and academic performance from their local government schools. The rest are 174 professional scholars supported in the category of MBBS, Engg., IT, fine arts and sports. 45% of the scholars are girl children. 49 villages and 27 government schools in Gurgaon are covered in the school programme. In addition, five states including Haryana, UP, Uttarakhand, Punjab and Delhi are covered by the professional scholarship programme.

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