A Life Getting Shape (case story)

Sumant Kumar belongs to village-Teshwar, post-Itwan, police station-Mohanpur, district-Gaya (Bihar). When he was just three years old, his father passed away by snake-bite. His shocked mother became ill and soon she too left for heavenly abode. Sumant’s elder sister & brother have cared him for some time. A well-wisher suggested them to send the child at Lord Buddha Home for Children and Sumant reached at LBHC in 2005. He lived here continuously till 2018 and now pursuing for bachelor degree in agriculture from Himgiri Zee University, Dehradun. Sumant has completed his schooling from Manav Bharti National School, Gaya and secured 8.0 CGPA in class 10th. In +2, he opted biology and got 53% marks only. “Earlier I wanted to become a doctor but due to weak Chemistry I preferred agriculture”, Sumant says. From July 2018, he is at Dehradun and aims for higher study in any foreign university later. “LBHC provided us each and every thing of our need. We availed all types of facilities to have food, to study and play properly. I learnt there music, dance, computer and participated deeply in regular events there,” he shares. Sumant expresses sincere gratitude towards all mothers, LBHC authorities, Mr. Ton Kabel and Mrs. Ine Buma (SKB, the Netherlands) for their love and support unconditional always. Recently he got 80% marks in first semester of B. Sc. (agriculture) and plans to accomplish his study well. He wants to support his family and LBHC in future.