“While I offer this service for free, I do ask for something in return from my students – a promise that they will pass on the kindness by helping other needy students. It might surprise you, but I don’t have to spend a single rupee on faculty as all my past students are training my current students,” says Professor Hidayat Saiyed of Ahmedabad who believes that if you have knowledge, you must share it.
From a time when he could not succeed in a competitive exam because of the lack of money to afford proper guidance, to today when he is guiding students free of cost, in 13 centres all over Gujarat – this is his story:
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