Rashmita Jadeja went beyond the boundaries and enrolled herself in Spoken English course at ASDC.
Rashmita Jadeja, (age 21), from Samaghogha- Mundra, has completed her graduation from Kachchh university, Bhuj. The boundaries like social thinking, geographical distance, and limitation of educational resources are really stopping students to be a skillful and knowledgeable especially in a region like Mundra, but she refused this and went beyond boundaries and limitations and enrolled herself in Spoken English course at ASDC.
During her training of two months she learnt many new words which helped her to improve communication and personality development. Post training she took continuous guidance from trainer Dhruv sir and centre head Jalpesh Vaghela. So she could achieve her dream to become a teacher.
English is the basic and weakest part of the education system nowadays. Rashmita very well understand that English language which is a need of the hour and many students face this challenge in their career. Her journey from a trainee to a trainer is a epitome of dedication and excellent learning capabilities which she tries to transfer to her trainees with an aim to make her village youth well-versed with spoken English. She says ” with perfect training, motivation and hard work, one can become SAKSHAM.”