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Highlights Of The #RangDe Telethon: An Initiative To Provide Interest Free Loans To Students From Low Income Households

#RangDe campaign hopes to provide interest-free loans to young students from low-income households and help them continue their education, despite the disruption caused by Covid-19 pandemic
Apr 04, 2021
19:19 (IST)
The future of our country depends on the education of our children: Dr. Prannoy Roy on #RangDe Telethon

If the future of our country depends on one thing, it is the education of our children. Almost 50 per cent of our schools are private and just over 50 per cent are government schools. By private we mean even small schools in villages which are increasingly in demand. Parents all across are focused on sending children to school. Parents are sending children to unaided private schools and that has seen biggest growth. Gone up by 25 per cent and sending to government schools has fallen by 18 per cent. The major shift from government to private is due to the general reputation and people prefer private schools. 

Parents are focused on educating children so they borrow money from moneylenders. Often they have to pay 75 per cent in interest to moneylenders. What Rang De does is, is to give education loan to parents for sending children to school. Rang De loans will be Zero interest. This could have huge impact on children. Rang De is not asking for donation. If you help, that money sent to Rang De and it will be returned to you. You are giving loan and you will get back the principal amount. With interest free loan you will help so many children.

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  • Muhammad Yunus
    We give finance to people and education loans, 97 per cent of borrowers are women and they are illiterate. We want to make sure their children get literate.Muhammad YunusFounder, Grameen Bank
  • Smita Ram
    Livelihoods only addresses the situation of families, education is a game changer and can uplift entire generation out of poverty.Smita RamCo-Founder & CEO, Rang De
  • Ram NK
    If you give Rs 1,000, you can pay for a month's fee. If you want to bring a change, you don't need a lot of money. Ram NKCo-Founder & Director, Rang De
  • Kumari Shibulal
    My mother was illiterate, but my parents insisted that I should get a good education and get better life.Kumari ShibulalFounder, Sarojini Damodaran Foundation
  • Vinita Bali
    Education of boys and girls, especially girls, is for the future India we want to create.Vinita BaliBritannia Industries Ltd
  • Adil Hussain
    I think this is a responsibility of every country that we do not leave behind amazing talents, those who are born in rural areas, or in the areas where economy hasn't yet gone in and lifted them up.Adil HussainActor

About The Campaign

About The Campaign


Schools are beginning to reopen amidst a lot of chaos. Teachers have had to undergo salary cuts, many parents have not been able to pay the school fees due to job losses. For low income households, the challenge is accentuated further. With classes going online, thousands of children have had to scramble for gadgets to get online. The digital divide has never been more obvious, resulting in several kids dropping out of school.

To address the brewing crisis in the education space, Rang De along with NDTV hopes to intervene by providing interest free loans to low income households. The campaign aims to create awareness about the problem and raise interest free loans for student communities across India.

About The Partner

Rang De is a peer-to-peer lending platform that enables individuals to invest in fellow Indians. Started in 2008 as a non-profit, Rang De is now an RBI regulated peer-to-peer lending platform (NBFC-P2P).

Rang De's mission is to provide access to low cost, collateral-free loans with respect and dignity. Since inception, Rang De has been supporting farmers, artisans and small businesses and individuals who have been denied credit or cannot afford high-interest loans.


Disclaimer: NDTV is the broadcast partner for a Sponsored Campaign by Rang De P2P Financial Services Limited. NDTV has no role to play in the funds collected by Rang De or loans granted by them. NDTV will not be liable for any claim(s) made by any person or entity, including any statutory or governmental authority, arising out of the collection or utilization of the funds.