Two women lawyers have devised a novel way to help students at Kota coaching institutes to help them cope with depression, loneliness and other pressures.Isha Yadav, a native to Rewadi town in Haryana who has quit her government job in DMC to pursue the social cause and her friend Sujata Dhaniya, who also left her flourishing legal practice in Jaipur, have set up food corner in the city where they sell cheap home-cooked food. The motive is to help coaching students deal with depression and suicidal tendencies through nutritious food.The two are now cooking food at their food corner in Kota and also giving life tips and success mantras to the students coming to take food at their food corner. Both the friends are serving homemade one plate of Idly, Sāmbhar, Rajma and rice for the fair price of Rs. 40. “After my elder sister died of blood cancer at a very young age, my father went into deep depression and I decided to end up my life, but instantly a voice from inside prevented me asking not to give up but to fight,,” said Isha.That very thought of ‘not to give up prompted her to pursue law studies and then to take up a government job as a law officer in DMC but she wanted to do something different and that is too for society. Eventually after 2 and a half years, after completing her domestic responsibilities, she decided to set up an NGO and landed in Kota to help the coaching students deal with depression and suicidal tendencies by giving them tips of healthy and energetic life. Isha asked several of her friends to join her in the social cause but it only Sujata came forward and arrived in Kota to share her social responsibility.It were reports of suicides in Kota that compelled her to move to Kota and help the students, Isha said, adding the students tend to stop for a while at food centre to take food and during that period, both of them try to provide counselling to them, she said.Serving society“After my elder sister died of blood cancer at a very young age, my father went into deep depression and I decided to end up my life, but instantly a voice from inside prevented me asking not to give up but to fight,” said Isha. That very thought of ‘not to give up prompted her to pursue law studies. But she wanted to do something to help the society.
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