Odisha, 31-year-old Nageshu Patro from Ganjam district works as a guest lecturer in a private college during the day, but is seen working as a porter at Berhampur railway station at night. Nageshu, who works as a porter, has started this work not to fill his own pocket, but to pay the salary of the teachers hired to teach the poor students at the coaching center for free.
As the day begins, Nageshu characters go to a private college as a guest teacher. After this he takes classes for free at his coaching center opened for poor students. At night he works as a porter at Berhampur railway station. The characters said that instead of sitting idle at home during the Covid pandemic, they started teaching poor children for free.
As the number of students increased, he established a coaching center for students of classes 8 to 12. He himself teaches Hindi and Oriya, while for the remaining subjects he has engaged the services of other teachers.
Nageshu Patra has hired four other teachers at his coaching center, whom he pays around Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 12,000, but to pay this much, he earns by working as a porter at a railway station.
When Nageshu characters were asked if he was ashamed to work as a porter after becoming a lecturer himself, he replied to the news agency, “Let people think, I like to teach and” I want to continue this.
The 8,000 rupees he earns as a guest lecturer in a private college, which he uses to meet the expenses of his family, including his parents, lives in a picturesque village in Ganjam district.
The characters, coming from a humble background, failed to pass the 10th exam in the year 2006, as it was difficult for his father who grazed sheep to even manage bread for two days.SS1MS