KUALA LUMPUR: Disabled accident victim M. Pavitra can now concentrate on her studies. MIC Youth has helped her obtain funding. The wing managed to collect RM60,000 to enable Pavitra, 20, to continue her higher education. During a mock cheque presentation ceremony here yesterday, Pavitra thanked caring Malaysians who had helped her achieve her dream of obtaining a degree. “With the money, my worries are over. I can now concentrate on my diploma in business administration,” she said. Youth chief T. Mohan said the fund would be managed by the wing. “The money will be used to pay for her medical, educational, home and transportation needs,” he said. Mohan added that Pavitra needed RM2,000 for the nursing home, RM500 for transportation from her home to the university college and RM474 for her medication each month. Pavitra was about to sit for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia in 2009 when an accident led to her being hospitalised. She has a disabling medical condition called post-anoxic myoclonus and is confined to a wheelchair. Her father M. Muthukumar is a driving school instructor while her mother V. Sivapakkiam is a housewife. They have two other school-going children.