11-year-old Bihar boy impresses CM, gets support for education

11-year-old Bihar boy impresses CM, gets support for education


11-year-old Bihar boy impresses CM, gets support for education


Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar visited his ancestral village, where an 11-year-old boy grabbed his attention and informed him about education quality in state schools.


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An 11-year-old Bihar boy Sonu Kumar appealed CM Nitish Kumar for education.

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar heard him while he visited his ancestral village on the death anniversiry of his wife.

The boy narrates his story and condition of government schools.

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is going to support the education of an 11-year-old boy who hails from his ancestral village, Kalyan Bigaha, in the Nalanda district. 

The boy grabbed the attention of all dignitaries. The boy got the chance to meet CM while he was in the village to garland his wife Manju Sinha's statue.

The boy addressed him with folded hands. "Sir, I need your support for my education. My father does not help me," cried Sonu Kumar. "I study at a government school. The teaching standards are pathetic.


BIHAR BOY NARRATES PLEADS FOR EDUCATION


My mathematics teacher has a problem with numbers and cannot manage basic English," said Sonu.

The boy informed the minister about the poor standard of education in government schools. He shared that he wanted to become a high-ranking officer, maybe IAS and it is not possible with the poor standard of education.

" My father sells dairy items for a living. But he could not care less about my education. Whatever he earns he squanders on liquor and toddy," claimed the child, in what could be an embarrassment for the chief minister's much-touted prohibition drive.

The boy studies in Class 6 and claims to teach students junior to him to support himself.

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