The late actor Sushant Singh Rajput died on 14 June 2020. His death was mourned across the country. He was known by his friends and colleagues to have a beautiful mind. He was enthusiastic about physics, astronomy, and the infinite space and on his 35th birthday, many fans and followers across the nation and beyond shared messages and posts sending their love to wish the late actor. On this day, Sushant’s sister announced The Sushant Singh Rajput Memorial Fund in Physics for Astrophysics courses at the University of California, Berkeley.
The Sushant Singh Rajput Memorial Fund– Sushant’s Sister, Shweta’s Tribute
To honour his 35th birth anniversary, his sister Shweta Singh Kirti has announced a special scholarship, also known as “The Sushant Singh Rajput Memorial Fund” which is worth USD 35,000 (INR 25,54,405). It is available for students interested in pursuing Astrophysics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Sushant Singh’s sister, Shweta Singh Kirti announced on Twitter stating, “I am happy to announce that on the 35th Birthday of Bhai, a step has been taken towards fulfilling one of his dreams. The Sushant Singh Rajput Memorial Fund of $35,000 has been set up in UC Berkeley. Anyone who is interested in pursuing Astrophysics at UC Berkeley can apply for this fund. Grateful to the Angels who made it possible. Happy Birthday, my little brother, I hope you always stay happy wherever you are! Love You.”
The Sushant Singh Rajput Memorial Fund in Physics provides USD 35,000 which is approximately INR 25.52 lakh and has been set up for both international and domestic students interested to study Astrophysics at the University of California, Berkeley.
Along with stating the details of the scholarship, Shweta also added about her brother’s talents and how Sushant was a National Physics Olympiad winner who had a lifelong fervor for astrophysics and astronomy.
Sushant Singh Rajput was a uniquely talented artist with a curious and passionate mind. He always wanted to achieve his dream which he listed to be more than 50. A few of them included teaching women self-defence, learning to fly a plane, sending 100 kids for workshops in ISRO/NASA, playing a cricket match left-handed, and much more. His sister shared an old tweet by the late actor which highlighted his dream for the kids of India.
“I dream to create an environment where kids of India— and elsewhere, get ‘free’, improved and relevant education and many ways to acquire any skill of choice for free. To create a structure like this, and now, could be highly possible with the right intentions and some working knowledge of chaos and game theories, non-zero sum structures that bio-mimic. Any suggestion/ feedback/idea for the Cause, if you have, please do share. I would be highly obliged. It’s about time that we acknowledge ‘convergence’ that’s happening all around the globe and make the youth more competent and happy ‘now’. Because as they say, the more we learn, the lesser time it takes for us to learn even more. Let’s begin. It’s about ‘time.”
This was the vision that Sushant Singh had for his nation and its people. For more such informative news and updates stay connected to Leverage Edu. Follow us on Facebook, Quora, LinkedIn, and Instagram.