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Scholarship Program Launched by Sofia Khan to Empower Underprivileged Students in Pursuing Education in West Bengal

News Desk, News Nation 360: The scholarship program initiated by Sofia Khan is a commendable effort to support underprivileged students in pursuing their education. The program aims to remove financial barriers that often preventing disadvantaged students from accessing quality education. The program provides selected students with the necessary resources to excel in their academic pursuits by covering their educational expenses. As per the report, the literacy rate among minorities in India varies widely across different communities. According to the Census of India 2011, the literacy rate among the Muslim minority community in India was reported to be around 68.5%, which is lower than the national average of 74.04%. Similarly, the literacy rate among the Sikh minority community in India was around 76.2%, and for the Christian minority community, it was around 74.3%. The literacy rate among the Hindu and Buddhist minority communities in India was reported to be higher, at around 82% and 76.3%, respectively. Sofia Khan's scholarship program serves as an inspiration for other philanthropic efforts aimed at promoting education and empowering the disadvantaged. It is worth noting that the literacy rate among minorities in India can be influenced by factors such as access to education, socioeconomic conditions, language barriers, and discrimination. Efforts are being made by the government and various organizations to improve the literacy rate among minorities in India through initiatives such as free education and scholarships for disadvantaged students, particularly in rural areas. Initiatives such as Sofia Khan's scholarship program are necessary to build a more equitable and prosperous society. Programs like this help level the playing field for underprivileged students, providing them with the resources to achieve academic success and become active contributors to society. 

Report : Anustup Kundu

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