TARA Foundation students visit CUMMINS factory to motivate them in pursuing a professional career.

A celebration of prosperity, Deepavali gives us the strength and the zeal to carry on with our work and goodwill for the rest of the year and thus, promising us success and prosperity. In the spirit of this celebration, people give gifts to employees, family, and friends. The five days of Deepavali starts from Dhanteras, Chaturdashi, Diwali, Govardhan Puja, and Bhai Dooj. It is the best time to start a new venture. This is an auspicious day, and we worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi in our homes to bring health, riches, happiness and prosperity.”

Values That Your Child Can Learn From The Festival Of Lights
  • Discipline.
  • Goodness.
  • Divinity.
  • Humility.
  • Tolerance.
  • Togetherness.
  • Kindness.

Deepavali symbolizes the spiritual victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.

Students who come from humbling backgrounds, most often have small dreams, not due to the lack of ambition, but because of the insufficient exposure to how wide the world is, and how vast opportunities are available, if you are willing to work towards them. Within our vicinity, most students want to take after their parents, by doing the same jobs their parents are currently doing. If a student’s father is a lorry driver, the student would either want to be a lorry driver, or the boss to a lorry driver. If a student’s mother were to be a cleaner, the student either wants to run a cleaning company, or be a supplier of cleaning appliances. These students’ ambitions were worrying, and TARA wanted to change that for the better.


The purpose of taking students on a field trip to CUMMINS factory, was to give them a feel of what life would be like, if they were to aim higher, and choose a profession that could change their lives for the better. We wanted our students to experience first hand, how professionals work, and what it would take to survive in factory. Students were taken on a tour around the factory, and even got to witness how engines were dismantled, fixed, cleaned and reinstalled. Towards the end of the said field trip, the students were fascinated, while some of them considered taking up engineering in the future.

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