“Unmukt, meaning azaad, free,
unleashed – is meant to challenge the little boxes we have confined ourselves, and our children to. Unmukt intends
to break open all such boxes, and give free reign to our dreams”
As our Jedis (mentors) are putting in so much effort to teach the kids during this tough time, we have thought to acknowledge and honour their efforts. Starting from this month, we are going to honor one Jedi who walks an extra mile towards serving the cause.
This being the first time, it was very difficult to choose one among so many. That's why we two Jedis have been chosen. We are happy to announce Sovan Dhal and Prapti Mohanty as "Jedis of The Month" for the month of October, 2020.
Sovan has gone beyond the call of duty. Instead of teaching kids twice a week, he has been teaching them almost daily. He couriered a few books and an Odia-English dictionary for kids as they were facing issues to understand the lesson on a normal phone.
Prapti and her entire family were suffering from COVID-19 and they had to be quarantined at some other place. In spite of that, she didn't miss any of Abhipsa's classes and continued the work.
We heartily salute the spirit of our Jedis for taking the mission of the Project Jedi forward. Congratulation, Soval and Prapti, for walking these extra miles. You have inspired many amongst us keep moving forward!
We are happy to announce Monali Dash as "Jedis of The Month" for the month of November 2020.
Monali has gone beyond the call of duty. Along with mentoring her mentee Shrigeeta, she has been coordinating with 10 other Jedis also to keep the project going. Because of her sincerity and dedication towards the project, this month she has been promoted as a Team Leader too. :)
We heartily salute the spirit of our Jedis for taking the mission of Project Jedi forward. Congratulation, Monali, for walking these extra miles. You have inspired many amongst us to keep moving forward!
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