Teachers day 2022: India’s 10 most unconventional teachers
WRITTEN BY Aditi Shrivastava
Since he was nine years old, Babar Ali has been a teacher. Since the age of nine, Babar Ali has been a teacher. He assumed leadership of his temporary school at the age of 15.
Since 1995, Aditya Kumar, often known as 'Cycle Guruji' has been giving youngsters living in the slums of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, free education by bicycling 60 to 65 kilometres every day.
Arvind Gupta is renowned for turning garbage into toys. What makes him unique is that while creating these toys, he discusses a wide range of scientific ideas.
Rajesh Kumar Sharma
Running under the Bridge School,Rajesh Kumar Sharma oversees a school located beneath a metro bridge in Delhi where he instructs youngsters from the slums
Primary school teacher Abdul Malik used to swim daily to work in Kerala's Malappuram district because it was the quickest way to get there.
Super 30, we all are aware about Bihar's Patna based mentor whose 30 students batch used to clear IIT all together, a biopic starring Hrithik Roshan was also made.
With the use of YouTube videos that she posts, Roshni Mukherjee teaches pupils through an online educational platform.
This man begged every day to raise money for the construction and operation of rural schools in Rajasthan and Maharashtra.
Even at the age of 85 Vimla Kaul has been teaching. She has spent the last 20 years instructing kids in Delhi's Madanpur Khadar hamlet.
He created the website Edusafar, where he posts the full curriculum for classes 1 through 10 in the form of a quiz.
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