Adversity causes some men to break, other break records. There are no ideal circumstances for good deeds. This is the inner voice of “TEAM UNIK” under the patronage and able guidance of Great Visionary, benevolent and philanthropist Mr. Manoj Kumar Singh, the Secretary of MVRA Charitable Trust under which Unik Technical & Professional Study Institute came into existence. He is himself an example that it is not the facilities and comforts that makes a man; it is the difficulties that make a man. Born and brought up in a moderate lower middle income family, completed his graduation in extreme hardship and thereafter started his career journey as Trainee Accountant. His acumen towards any subject is par excellence. Since the beginning, never give up attitude has become a part and parcel of his life. After showing his ability and success in the field of Healthcare Industry and created a brand which is differently unique, he wanted to start his dream project in the field of Technical Education in rural India. In a days to come, group of institutions will take place at Ahilya Knowledge Park. He says “Talent need guidance, motivation and right direction to become a brilliant success story”.
He doesn’t believe in passing sarcastic comments or unnecessary criticism about deteriorating present education system in India rather already taken a lead role and forward step towards spreading skill centric education amongst youths of the nation.. This is the need of time for “Employment to all through multi - skilling programme.
It is you and only you who can translate your dream into a wonderful reality. When you go through hardship and decide not to surrender, that is strength. With this strength we will script a new chapter in the field of technical education.
This mammoth dream came into reality with the support of Mrs. Vidhya Devi, the Chairperson of the MVRA Charitable Trust. She is also an exponent of women empowerment and education. Both of them wanted to uplift their native area by spreading Technical Education at affordable cost. In this journey both have donated enough land to the MVRA Charitable Trust for the same. They wish to convert this area into “Ahilya Knowledge Park” so that underprivileged students of this region will be benefitted.