Nusrath Bano belongs to Nagavara, an area situated in Bengaluru city of Karnataka. Due to the passing of her father, Nusrath had to start working at a very young age in order to provide financial support to her family. Nusrath was only 11 when she started working at a saree mill. Another job was wrapping chocolates and taking tuition classes. Her mother wanted her to drop-out of school as there was no money to pay the tuition fee. But Nusrath kept going and worked hard to pay-up her own tuition fees. In this way, she even completed her Bachelor of Computer Application. Additionally, she also learnt basic Tally course to enhance her skills. Her years of experience and toil chiseled her in to strong and independent woman. Today, she is working as a centre trainer at CIRC Nagavara and is currently providing computer literacy to over 100 students, divided in to batches. Typing, MS Office, Internet surfing and e-mailing are some of the topics that Nusrath teaches her students. Nusrath aspires to open her own school in the future. She believes that a woman should be educated, smart and independent and should be able to take her own life decisions.