Sonu Sood launches scholarship for IAS aspirants
Published On: 13 October 2020 | Bollywood | By: Saurabh S Nair
Sonu Sood launched a new scholarship programme for IAS aspirants and dedicated it to his mother late Prof Saroj Sood on her 13th death anniversary.
Actor Sonu Sood has launched a scholarship programme for IAS aspirants. Announcing the new scholarship programme, Sonu dedicated it to his late mother on her 13th death anniversary.
Sharing the news, he tweeted on Tuesday afternoon, “October 13; 13 years since My Mother passed. She left behind a legacy of Education. On her anniversary today, I pledge to support IAS aspirants reach their goals thru Prof Saroj Sood Scholarships. Seeking blessings Miss you maa. @Scholifyme."
October 13; 13 years since My Mother passed. She left behind a legacy of Education. On her anniversary today, I pledge to support IAS aspirants reach their goals thru Prof Saroj Sood Scholarships. Seeking blessings 🙏 Miss you maa. @Scholifyme pic.twitter.com/vxcIYte7NZ— sonu sood (@SonuSood) October 13, 2020
October 12, 2020
Earlier, he had teased fans with an image late Monday with the message, “A Big initiative for aspiring IAS officers launching tomorrow. A Sonu Sood initiative.”
Sonu has helped lakhs of migrants reach home as well as bringing back Indian students stranded across the globe. The actor has also been providing free education and medical facilities to young children and has been creating free employment opportunities to the needy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. He has also created apps to provide scholarships, employment and the likes to help migrants.
Sonu was recently was honoured with the SDG Special Humanitarian Action Award by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Sonu has earned a lot of praise for his philanthropic work during the coronavirus pandemic.
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