Chandra Shrivastava is a government teacher from the Sagar district of Madhya Pradesh. Recently, his efforts towards teaching his students were appreciated nationwide. Regardless of the pandemic school shut down, he kept trying to come up with ideas that would help the children from lower-income society or rural areas in learning better.
Since these children could not afford mobile phones or digital devices for online classes, their teacher made it happen on his scooter. Initially, he downloaded videos on his phone to show to his students but later realised that it was not enough. That is when Shrivastava began riding down to different villages in the Sagar district on his scooty that he turned into a mobile classroom. On one side of his mobile classroom, there is a chalkboard to write and on the other is a library that contains books and notebooks.
Shrivastava also likes to give away educational reads and storybooks to kids he comes across. His efforts have made it possible for children of rural background to continue attaining knowledge despite a worldwide pandemic that has somehow put a stopper to the education sector everywhere.
Teachers like Chandra Shrivastava are a benchmark of morals and duty towards being an educator, making the community proud!
Source Credit: ANI
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