Selfless Deed Of A Teacher From Bihar For His Student Will Make You Emotional

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Published by Soniya Kaur on 12 Jan 2019

In a viral post of a leading daily, a teacher’s dedication has been shown by his selfless deed done for a student who wants to become a doctor.

Introducing the teacher who hails from Bihar, the leading daily shared his story about how he helped one of his students not only in the classroom but outside of that. The posts read that the teacher supported his financially weaker student to continue his studies in school and brought him student notebooks, pens, books, and other supplies as he was not able to buy them himself.

Further, when the boy cannot pay his school fees, the teacher did not let him go and took the responsibilities of his schooling. When he was done with his high school studies he went on to college by taking a loan and doing part-time jobs.

“I used to be a primary school teacher in my village in Bihar. I remember one of my students in particular — a small…

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This shows to how extent a teacher can go for his students while there are many who do not even bothered to teach the students correctly. However, with a teacher like this, every student can achieve what he/she wants.

Till now, the post by the leading daily has crossed 7.6K likes on Facebook and shared by 557 people. Many users applauded the teacher’s act while others said, “One person cannot change the world, but I can change the world for one person’.

Another FB user commented, “As teachers, many of us may not have very full wallets…but we all have lived a full life….life full of contentment, pride, love, and fulfillment. Many of my students are successful individuals and i am not sure how well i contributed but i did my job honestly and today I rejoice in their successes…God bless you sir for your selflessness.”

According to a study conducted by Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability (CBGA), Bihar has the highest number of unqualified teachers at primary as well as elementary levels, followed only by Bengal.

The study says that almost 38.7 percent of teachers in Bihar’s primary schools were unqualified as teachers or did not fully meet qualification requirements.

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