A Delhi trust gives wings to underprivileged girls to pursue higher studies

It was in January 2013 that Darshana Joshi’s life took a turn she’d never imagined. She left India to study physics after she was accepted with a part scholarship into a doctorate programme in Cambridge University, an institution she’d never even heard of in school and one that thousands of students aspire to. For the daughter of a government electrician and one of three siblings, Darshana Joshi’s life until then was proceeding on the oft-treaded path. The young girl knew she had an aptitude for science but with little support and guidance at home, she wasn&rsq.....

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