Ishan Kapur: Distributes devices for online education during pandemic


15-year-old British Indian lad Ishan Kapur bagged the prestigious Diana Award for his humanitarian work in assisting Delhi kids to attend online classes during the COVID-19 pandemic. The teen organised a campaign to raise £5,000 (₹5 lakh) to distribute 100 laptops and tablets to ensure that teachers and students could access education during the lockdown. The New Delhi lad, who is currently studying at Wellington College in the UK, works with Sri Ramakrishna Ashram to help a local school access uniforms for marginalized girls.

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