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A girl was playing carom at school. The name was Jayalakshmi. Then she picked up a piece of paper lying in the stagnant water and started reading it. No wonder the little girl, who was very interested in reading the book, picked up the paper and read it. In Madurai, a student named Tanya wrote the exam and went to the NASA space center. At the end of the message was given the online link to write the exam.
Do you know how Jayalakshmi's family wanted to go to NASA like that? Jayalakshmi's father, who went somewhere four years ago after leaving his mentally ill mother and brother Govindaraj, is living in poverty as if he had broken the cashew nut without any support and kept the money available in it. The only support he has is his uncle Kannan. When he got home, his uncle bought the phone and searched the website. The latter somehow ended up writing the exam for it. Jayalakshmi Pudukottai Raniyar Government Girls' School, Pudukottai, Adanakkottai, a 12th class Tamil student, won the astronomy competition in English conducted by a private company and was selected to go to NASA in the United States.
Sumathi, who is a science teacher at Jayalakshmi's school, and Durga Parameswari, both of whom have been pruning satellite and space related news, have developed the habit of telling their students to study at school. That, too, has been a major factor in Jayalakshmi's interest in space.It is usually easier to write e-exams on a computer. But Jayalakshmi is writing on his cell phone. Reading news related to the panchayat administration to his uncle, the panchayat leader; Jayalakshmi, who started using her cell phone to help with related work, has chosen to write an exam on her cell phone to increase her experience in using her cell phone and using the internet. Although Jayalakshmi chose to go to NASA, the private company that sent him to NASA called 'Go for Guru' told him that he would have to bear the cost of his return journey.
Jayalakshmi's schoolmates have approached a charity group run by graduate youth under the name 'Prabhakaran Revolution Seeds' for their friend. Francis Edison of the group wrote on Jayalakshmi's Facebook page that the money had come directly to Jayalalithaa's bank account through public donations. Why there has been more aid than needed in a short period of time. It was at that time that a charity called 'Gramalaya' offered to help Jayalakshmi. "Tell me your need ..." the charity asked Jayalakshmi. Jayalakshmi said, "We have received the necessary financial assistance to go to the United States." "Well, what other help do you need?"
Jayalakshmi's request to the charity, that today he has made the village a role model. It puts an end to the many years of misery of mothers, especially those women. So what did Jayalakshmi ask? "I have no need for that. But, our village has a lot of needs. Most importantly, we girls have a hard time without toilets. Can you help with that?" - Starting from this request of Jayalakshmi, a good attempt. The 'Gramalaya' charity, which has surveyed Jayalakshmi's village of Adanakottai, has built toilets with 125 bathrooms for 125 homes without toilet facilities. "Damodaran Sir asked, the founder of the Kramalaya charity, spoke to me about helping me get to NASA.
At that time I had a lot of help from many good souls." What else do you need? Suddenly I was reminded of all the situations where my peers and all the women in the village used the open space because there was no toilet. I told him, "Where can I build it for those who do not have toilet facilities, sir?" I immediately asked. "I can not believe it ... in the next few days, people will come to the city from 'Gramalaya' to take surveys.Cement, brick come and go. Wall erection. Prepare the toilet for a while. Not only me ... no wonder the village was devastated. Now, I am also a member of the 'Gramalaya' group, ”said student Jayalakshmi. Myilsami Annathurai, the former director of ISRO, called after hearing the news about Jayalakshmigoing to NASA.
Mylasamy Annathurai had then told her that he would be taken to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). is scheduledJayalakshmi to visit the NASA Space Center in May to write an exam there. If he wins the exam, he will receive a prize of US $ 10,000 (7 lakh rupees). Jayalakshmi is preparing for that exam!