It was definitely not a smooth ride for a tribal agricultural laboure’s son, Hirmal Bhargav who joined AIM for Seva FSH at Indore in 2006 while studying in Grade 6. Hirmal Bhargav from Indore had only one dream: join the Indian Institute of Technology.
Unfortunately while studying in Grade 11 his father passed away and he found it difficult to pursue furthe. However, the extra tuitions to prepare for IIT en-trance exam aided by the FSH came as a timely support. He cleared the entrance exam and is now pursu-ing mechanical engineering at IIT Indore. His exposure to various social issues has helped him to nurture a new dream. He wants to be a civil servant and bring about social change.
Hirmal Bhargav says, “I was fortunate to get into a secure setup as AIM for Seva. There are millions of poor children who need support. I want to shape government policy in rural education so that even the very poor have a level playing field.