An immigrant mom of five keeps her three children in her home, as they do not have access to the internet.
And she is doing it to help her son make the best out of life in India.
The 27-year-old mother from Punjab has decided to keep her children home and concentrate on her job.
She said that she is not looking to leave them behind.
Her youngest son has decided not to go to school and has taken up his own studies in the US.
“I am not a great believer in the educational system.
I am a hardworking parent,” she told NDTV.
Her oldest son is working as a construction worker and is also a student.
Her husband is also working and has a job, while she is working at home.
She said that their sons have no internet connection and she needs to be able to work from home, where she is employed.
She started her career in 2005 and in 2008 she was the youngest ever woman to be selected as a member of the United Nations’ Working Group for Women, which aims to make the Indian workplace safer for women.
She has also been appointed to the board of the Women’s Centre for Education and Development (WCEDD) of the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIS) in Hyderabad.
The mother said that it was not until 2014 that she realised that she could help her children.
“The day I realised I could help my son, I started studying.
I studied till the day I died,” she said.
In 2013, the mother gave birth to a boy.
Her son is studying and has become the first Indian woman to go on to become an Indian diplomat.