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Bihar Math teacher who adopts homeless kids and send them to school with his own money

Without blaming anyone, he himself began to elevate its standard by giving free education to under privileged kids

Most of the Indian youngsters go abroad for university education and settle down there. Some of them come and get high package jobs by using their degrees earned from global universities. Unsurprisingly India companies prefer graduates from foreign lands and offer them lucrative career with handsome salary. Hence, youths never bother about the society or country they live in. They are so lost in their life that they hardly have time to be concerned about the societal problems. But here comes Kislay Sharma, who is probably an exception in our society.

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Kislay is an unsung hero of India and without a shadow of down, his name will surely go deep down in history if he continues the noble work he is doing today in Bihar. Before I tell you the magnanimous work of this youth, let me take you through his background so that you can get some insight into him. He hails from Bihar and completed his studies in New York, thereafter he got several lucrative jobs. Notwithstanding these offers, no job was good enough to attract Kislay. He left the city of glistering skyscrapers forever and moved back to his native country.

In Bihar, he continued his research in many fields of Mathematics and finally his research got into courses of The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) in 2017. Meanwhile, he had noticed that the education quality in his state was surprisingly poor. Without blaming anyone, he himself began to elevate its standard by giving free education to under privileged kids of the locality, who could not hire quality teachers in their furthest dream.

Now he is doing what we may term it as “celestial job”. He adopts children who pick trashes from roadside to obtain a livelihood. He takes them home, gives cloths, food accommodation and bears all expenses of their school education. In easy words, he takes waste pickers to his home, and sends them to school with his own money.

Written by Mrityunjay Chaubey

Mrityunjay Chaubey is a co-founder of TheYouth. He hails from Indore. Before The Youth, He has worked for Indian Defence News as a columnist.

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