Akshat Raj reaches NIT Agartala: RK Srivastava feels proud, shares his experience
RK Srivastava describes Akshat's father Rajkishore Thakur as a role model for other parents and advises others to follow.
BIHAR: Every teacher gets happiness when his or her educated child is successful. But that happiness increases manifold when that successful child grows up in rural environment and enrolls in NIT Agartala.
Every student dreams of becoming an engineer by enrolling in government colleges. But when this dream comes from the students who grew up from a rural environment, then happiness increases many times more. Today we are going to tell you the inspiring story of Akshat Raj of Bikramganj in Rohtas district of Bihar state.
Akshat belongs to Shivpur near Bikramganj. His father's name is Mr. Rajkishore Thakur, a teacher in Suryapura, a government school in Bihar government. World Book of Record holder RK Srivastava says that he was very intelligent from childhood as a student. Her parents along with her hard work have contributed a lot to Akshat's success. RK Srivastava says that when Akshat used to study with me, he used to solve calculus of 11th, 12th in class 10 itself. He was always ahead of his class.
Today, when talking to Akshat's father on the phone of his mentor RK Srivastava, the old things were refreshed. RK Srivastava says that despite being a government teacher, Akshat's father is busy in preparing for BPSC, when he used to see his father studying for 10 hours continuously, he used to feel compelled to think that his father is still studying for so long. I have to study well if I want to be successful.
RK Srivastava describes Akshat's father Rajkishore Thakur as a role model for other parents and advises others to follow. RK Srivastava has shared two photos on the social site, one when Akshat was studying in RK Srivastava's educational courtyard and the other when he reached NIT Agartala.
RK Srivastava said that it feels good when the seed takes the form of a small plant and when we add manure water to it with great speed, by spraying pesticides and saving it. And that feeling is truly amazing when we have a tree loaded with sweet fruits. I feel the same when our village students become successful engineers.