Raju Singh Dhurve is a tribal student at this home. He comes from a remote village in Dindori District of Madhya Pradesh. He has been in the home since 2009. He’s recipient of the Madhya Pradesh Governor’s award, presented to him on Jan. 26, 2014, for his brilliant success in high school. He topped 15,000 students from Narasingpur District in 10th Board Examination in St. Category. He received INR 5,000 prize award from Science and Technology Department of India, for his merit Position in a test of Science Quiz in the district.
“When I got admission in AIM for SEVA Chhatralaya Dindori, that time I didn’t know whether I will be able to continue here and do my studies, because my parents do not have any kind of educational background and there’s no relative who may have studied even up to the 5th grade. I also didn’t get any support from primary school teachers. They were not even coming to school regularly. But after coming to AIM fore SEVA I got full encouragement from our Swamiji, brother Mohan Bhaisabji and other staff members,” says Raju.
He wants to become software engineer and help the country. Raju also wants to volunteer with AIM for SEVA. After he finishes his education, he wants to become a pilot.