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  • Sunday, 14 Mar 2010

THE lack of funds to pay for his studies proved to be a blessing in disguise for M. Suthan, 24,. Although he managed to get enough financial assistance to cover his tuition fees for a computer science degree, Suthan still could not afford the daily expenses to pursue his studies at the college.

With his father working as a grass cutter and his mother an operator in a factory, he was forced to quit his studies and look for a job.

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