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Working closely with the local charities and community groups, we coordinate education and career advice surgeries for Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students and communities in Bedfordshire.

We are extending our projects in a number of rural villages of North India helping students with maintenance grants, school uniform, coaching and mentoring needs and providing needed equipment to the rural schools.

One of our key projects include working with GHG Khalsa Colleges, Gurusar Sudhar which are also known as the Rural Education Hub of Northern Indian state of Punjab. There are three colleges providing quality education since the first college was established in 1955. Over 95% intake of students each year is from rural and underprivileged communities. We are working directly with the college management to identify students from underprivileged backgrounds and offer them financial support to cover their educational and maintenance fees.

We have a team of experienced advisers and supporting volunteers who are already well connected with the UK educational institutions and with the Indian student societies/unions of various colleges and universities.

We connect the needy students with a team of our expert advisers in India and the UK who offer them the required support and guidance (online or face to face where possible). Those students who would like to explore opportunities for higher studies within India or in the UK, our advisers assist them in finding suitable institutions and scholarship/funding sources.

As SEVA Trust UK grows bigger, with your help we plan to support more students extending our collaborations with local schools, colleges, educational groups and charities. Through our network of expert advisers and working closely with the National Indian Students and Alumni Union (NISAU, UK), we aim to extend our support and guidance to overseas students studying in England as well as the BAME communities in Bedfordshire.