Bhadrak: Despite visible impairment, Bhaskar Chandra Mallick of Nuasahi village beneath Lunga panchayat in Bhadrak district is setting instance for many by educating kids of his village and neighbouring areas.
After passing Class XII in 1980, Bhaskar took admission in BJB College in Bhubaneswar to pursue graduate course in Commerce stream. However, he needed to give up halfway because of gradual loss of imaginative and prescient.
But the incapacity did not deter Bhaskar from offering training to others. Initially, he taught his youthful brother and youngsters from neighbourhood. When they got here out with flying colors of their examinations, Bhaskar grew to become well-known within the space.
Currently, Bhaskar teaches 37 college students at his home on a common foundation.
“Instead of sitting idle, I prefer to impart education to children. If any organisation comes forward to provide a permanent set up, it will benefit many poor students who are deprived of quality education due to financial constraints,” stated Bhaskar, who has attained 60 years of age.
“He (Bhaskar) provides good education and clears our doubts completely. Our seniors were quite successful academically under his guidance. Some even got scholarship after clearing different tests,” stated Rekhanjali Das, a pupil.
Toeing comparable traces, one other pupil Udayanath Mallick stated, “I have been studying under his guidance for past three years. He teaches Maths very well and helps us in remembering formulas.”
Bhaskar has gained many accolades from totally different organisations for his service. Residents of the realm consider if the State authorities helps him in his endeavour, many poor college students will likely be benefitted.
“Bhaskar has a strong memory power. He never demands money from any child, but provides quality teaching and produces meritorious students. His sole aim is to teach children and spread the light of knowledge,” stated Kamalakanta Naik, an educationist.