-- Over the past 25 years we have seen so many incredible student stories. This is the story of Mallika Duta, a 2010 graduate of ILSC-New Delhi’s Learn to Earn (LTE) Program. LTE provides language and life-skills training for underprivileged young women in Indian communities. Following her studies at ILSC, Mallika was employed as a Registrar at the school and now connects with and supports international students every day. She is passionate about travel and hopes to have the opportunity to explore more of her own country and the rest of the world!
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I was born in New Delhi. I completed my schooling in New Delhi and then started working at ILSC. I live with my parents, two sisters, and my 8 year old son. I started in 2010 as first LTE batch in ILSC New Delhi. LTE program is to give language training to disadvantaged girls of Indian community and to improve their lifestyle and empower them in society. Currently I am working as a Registrar at ILSC New Delhi, and I like most about my job that we get to meet a lot of international students here. I get to know about their country, their tradition, their culture. My experience at ILSC has been amazing. I became a confident person. Now I can see the world in a different way. What I like most about Delhi that it’s a cultural hub, like you can see a lot of different people coming around from the different part of city, country, and world to travel and visit Delhi. My future dream is to travel a lot like I want to travel around this country and also if possible I want to go outside this country and see different places, different countries.