Shri, Vasudev Dwivedi has been a great teacher and explained his journey to Vidya Bharati team very happily. Vidya Bharati Purv Chatra team has interviewed him to share his story via a short interview which has been given below:
Interviewer: Kindly tell us something about your professional and academic background.
Mr Dwivedi: - I have been in the teaching industry since 1993 and still continuing it. Currently I have been teaching in Saraswati Shishu Mandir/High School, Rampur Naikin since 2017. I have started my career from Jaitahari Anupur Zila, as a teacher in 1993 and continued till the year 2007. Then in 2007, I joined Burar Vidyalaya, in Sarod Zila , as a Principal and continued till the year 2015. In 2015, I joined as a Principal in Jaitwara, Satna and continued till 2017. Finally from 2017, I am continuing in Rampur Naikin, as a Principal.
Interviewer: Please tell us something about your family background.
Mr Dwivedi: - I am originally from Rampur and stay here only with my family.
Interviewer: Are you associated with any kind of social work?
Mr Dwivedi: - I have been a 'Samajik Karyakarta' since my younger age. I have been giving a session on 'Ramayan Path', every last Thursday, of every month, in my locality including all the people of the village. During this Covid pandemic, I have contributed in arranging food for underprivileged people as well. Also, I try to feed more than 700 girls during every Navratri which is also called as Kanya Bhoj.
Thus, I have always tried to associate myself with whatever social work I can do.
Interviewer: Do you want to say something about your school or Vidya Bharati in general?
Mr Dwivedi: I would like all the new generations students should learn about our culture, nationalism, patriotism and pass on to their children even if they are not educated from Vidya Bharati schools. Their sacraments should be disciplined and they should follow these for their whole lives.
Now the students of Vidya Bharati have changed. They are not the same as they used to be as 10-15 years ago. They used to be close to their culture. I strictly feel that they should again be taught in such a way that they become a totally different individual who will have much more progress in their life.
Rest, I am very thankful to the full team of Vidya Bharati since I have been associated with it.
Vidya Bharati Purv Chatra Parishad thanks Mr. Dwivedi for sharing his views with the alumni community.
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