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The Napora fellowship aims to help youth from hills to be agents of change


Chozin Palmo, 21, had her life and path charted out till very recently. From a nomadic Ladakhi family with illiterate parents, Palmo finished schooling from Leh and headed to Jammu for her graduation in commerce. Although she knew it wasn’t going to be a cakewalk, she had her heart set on clearing the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) examination.Palmo had planned to go to Delhi after her graduation to take coaching for the examination, when she heard about the Naropa fellowship in Hemis. It took her no time to decide to jump onto the bandwagon. Besides, after a few years …
Source: Business Standard