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If there is a promise, it will happen… Village sarpanch teaches English to children, not charging even a single rupee

Nita Yadav

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Sarpanch kept his promise

If there is a promise, it should be that it enlightens the education sector in the village. Every candidate makes greedy promises during elections and forgets them after winning the election. But Charegaon village panchayat sarpanch of MP’s Balaghat district kept his election promise. He promised to teach English language to children if he won the election. After winning the election, the women sarpanch started coaching classes in the Gram Panchayat building itself to teach English language to children.

The sarpanch of the village is making every effort to teach English language to the children for two hours every morning. In this year’s board exam results in the district, English children were struggling. So Sarpanch is giving free English coaching to 25 to 30 students every day. Meena Purushottam Bisen, Sarpanch of Gram Panchayat Charegaon of Balaghat Janpad Panchayat is conducting English coaching class at Panchayat Bhawan in her village from 9 am to 12 noon.

Sarpanch was the first principal

Seeing the difficulties faced by the poor children of the village in learning English, the Sarpanch has now taken the responsibility of making the children of the village mature in English and taking them to the city. This unique initiative of Mahila Sarpanch is being seen as an example. Let us tell you that before becoming Sarpanch, Sarpanch Meena Purushottam Bisen was holding the post of Principal in Tagore Montessori Higher Secondary School, Balaghat.

A promise was made in the resolution letter

Meena used to teach English to the students. But, he thought of his village and resigned from his post and vowed to develop the village and provide free education to the village children. Meena Bisen contested and won the Panchayat elections and became the Sarpanch. Meena mentioned free education in her resolution during the elections. Now, true to her promise, Meena is working to provide free English education to children in the village and surrounding areas.

The sarpanch was associated with the education department for 18 years.

Women sarpanch Meena Bisen said that she had been associated with the education department for about 18 years. Holding the position of principal in a private school, she thought that when she became a sarpanch, she would impart the same education to educate the children of the village. He said this was his thinking, so he started English coaching at Panchayat Bhavan from 1st March. At present only 25 to 30 children are coming due to heat and marriage. He said that if village children get proper guidance they can fulfill their dreams as village children are very talented.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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