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These Keralite students did not wait for a fat paycheck to help others

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Kalamassery: The power of youth was at its best when a group of students at the Albertian Institute of Science and Technology at Kalamassery worked together to build a house for a woman sweeper in their college.

Sini and husband Martin are no longer homeless - thanks to a bunch of sympathetic and energetic youngsters. The students saved from their pocket money and collected donations from outsiders to build a house for the couple who hailed from Eloor.

Their effort received a boost when the Congregation of Teresian Carmelites agreed to part with a plot of land to build the house. Engineering students from different branches put their knowledge to practice to build the house on two cents and a half.

Verapoly archbishop Dr Joseph Kalathiparambil handed over the key to the house to Sini. The works, which lasted for a year, were coordinated by the social service center of the institute.

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