Shaurya Agrawal was a mere Grade 10 student in 2021 when SNEH was approached by his mother as Shaurya wanted to teach the school curriculum Mathematics to the underprivileged kids. We were not really sure if a child who has not even cleared his Grade 10 can actually teach Grade 5, 6, and 7 students and is really serious about it.
But all our apprehensions turned wrong when Shaurya started teaching the children, engaging each one of them in the class, solving their doubts, and creating worksheets and ultimately these children not only scoring well, but also developing a liking for the subject.
Shaurya’s knowledge and passion for mathematics truly have taken these children to the next level and aided in their upliftment. Despite being in Grade 12 now and inundated with pressure to get his prerequisites completed for applications for an undergraduate program abroad, Shaurya is not ready to give up just yet. He continues to take out time and teach these children even when a few have reached Grade 9.
This devotion to give back to society at such a young age is something that we haven’t come across very often and wish that Shaurya continues to spread his knowledge, wisdom, and positivity to make this world a better place.
We wish Shaurya all the very best in his future endeavors and value the time and devotion that he has given to SNEH Foundation from such a young age. He has indeed been our youngest and a very valuable volunteer. We nominate him as a Young Ambassador of SNEH Foundation with immense pride and respect.