5 Youngest Indian Teachers with global fan following

Who are the present 5 young Indian teachers whose academic style is discussed abroad? Read on!

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Published on 17 Oct 2021 8:20 AM GMT

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Who are the present 5 young Indian teachers whose academic style is discussed abroad? Today, let's talk about 5 young teachers in India with global fan following.

Ranjitsinh Disale

Ranjitsinh Disale is an Indian teacher from Maharashtra. He is the winner of $1 million annual Global Teacher Prize 2020 which was announced on 3 December 2020. The Global Teacher Prize, which has been referred to by journalists as the Nobel Prize for teaching, highlights and celebrates the profession while giving greater recognition to the work of teachers all over the world.

Disale said in his winning speech that he would share with his nine fellow finalists half of the prize money, meaning they would receive $55,000 each. He also works with the World Bank as Advisor for their educational programs.

Ranjit Singh, 32, from Paritewadi village in Solapur district of Maharashtra, is an inspiration to everyone on the international stage. Ranjit Singh wanted to become a IT engineer but after reaching engineering college he realised that he might be on the wrong path. His father suggested him to do teaching training.

Ranjit hesitantly went to the teacher training college and reached there and gave a new direction to his life. He saw that teachers bring about real change in the world, and they decided to become a teacher themselves.

Khan sir

Khan Sir became the hero of social media- Khan sir from Patna, the capital of Bihar, has gained recognition for his style of teaching all over the country. YouTube India has also included Khan Sir in the list of Top-10 Creators 2020 in the country. It was informed by tweeting on behalf of YouTube India. Khan Sir has been ranked 8th in India as a YouTube Creator which is a major achievement.

Khan sir joined YouTube in 2019. Now a YouTube channel with more than 9 million subscribers has become. Khan Sir's YouTube channel is named as Khan GS Research Center on YouTube where he has more than 300 videos on his channel so far. People became his fans Users have been seen praising the teacher's way of teaching, even IPS Arun Bothra has shared his video with his Twitter handle.

Along with the video, Arun Bothra wrote that 'if I had found such a teacher, I would have topped UPSC', the biggest thing is that they tell all things in a very desi style. Perhaps this is the reason why people have become a fan of this teacher's style of teaching.

Super30's Anand Kumar

Anand Kumar, a teacher living in Patna district of Bihar, is a famous name among engineering students not only in India but all over the world. His 'Super 30' program is world famous. Under this, they select 30 such hard working students for IIT-JEE, who are from very poor family. So far, 422 out of 480 students who have taught them have become IITians. From the popularity of Anand Kumar, you can guess from this that apart from the biopic film on him, Discovery Channel has also made a documentary on him. He has also received lectures from the world-renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University.

RK Srivastava:

Mathematics Guru RK Srivastava, who gave wings to the dreams of poor children, created history by proving the Pythagoras theorem in more than 50 different ways in the classroom program. For this, his name has also been recorded in the World Book of Records London. RK Srivastava, a resident of Bikramganj, a small village in Rohtas district of Bihar, is a role model for thousands of students. People are searching on Google these days about RK Srivastava, who brought glory to the country including Bihar.

He claims to find weird number of more than 200 digits, if the numbers of this numbering method are found to be correct, then soon RK Srivastava's name will also be recorded in Guinness World Records. RK Srivastava is always in the spotlight for his educational work, whether it is the Wonder Kids program or motivating the students to take self-study by swearing in front of the fire or the night classes campaign being run by them.

RK Srivastava has given free education to the students for 12 consecutive hours throughout the night, more than 450 classes. For this, his name has also been recorded in India Book Records and Asia Book of Records. Apart from free education, every year free books are distributed to 50 poor students by their mother's hands. Born in a poor family, RK Srivastava's life went through many struggles. Under this campaign, only 1 rupee of Guru Dakshina is given to students and they are educated.

Guru Dakshina increases by only 1 rupee each year. Under this campaign, hundreds of poor students, including IITs, NITs, BCECE, reached many reputed institutions of the country and were spreading their dreams.

Tricks:

Bihar Genius Mathematics Guru, who teaches mathematics to more than 1000 students by making toys from waste material. It is common for every child to fall in love with toys. Toys blaze the eyes of children, every parent tries to bring the best toy and fill it with color in their child's childhood. For this he discovered and developed ways to make new toys from inexpensive materials. Education: During his education, he realized that there would be millions of talents in the country which could not fulfill their dreams due to expensive education, expensive books etc. IIT entrance exam could not be given due to TB disease.

During the TB disease, the local doctor advised to take medicine for about 9 months. At the same time during these 9 months, sitting in the house alone started getting bored. Then the idea came to his mind, why not call the students nearby and teach them the tricks of mathematics. He has taught more than 1000 children from small rural village schools to educational institutions.

Alakh Pandey:

YouTube The social media platform that is becoming the mantra of success for many people has not only made a boy from India famous in his country but has also become millions of fans in neighbouring Pakistan. We are talking about Alakh Pandey, a physics man from YouTube. Who have made their mark at home and abroad in a short span of time.

Alakh Pandey of Prayagraj in UP has become a fan of Pakistan as well as students and youth from Nepal, Bangladesh and Saudi Arabia with his brilliant work. By profession, Alakh Pandey puts videos of free physics and chemistry coaching on YouTube. In a way, Alkh gives free online coaching of physics and chemistry to millions of children.

The idea of Alakh's popularity can be gauged from the fact that one of his videos has crores of views. With this, Alkh has now joined the world's most famous online teachers. On an average, 22 million students from across the country and the world preparing for NEET, Medical Entertainment watch their videos every month along with JEE-Mains, JEE-Advanced, Engineering Entertainment Exam. Students like Alakh's physics more than he is.

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