Mr. Anupam Dubey considers education to be the founding stone of each individual. While growing up he has seen first hand in his school how proper guidance and comprehensive education systems can potentially lead to positive development of a child's personality. With this outlook, Mr. Dubey is not only working professionally in the education sector but also is associated with several social work that is related to the same. An excerpt of his recent interview is given below:
Interviewer: Please tell us something about your academic and professional background.
Mr. Dubey: I am an alumnus of Saraswati Shishu Mandir, Turkmanpur, Gorakhpur, where I had studied till 5th standard and later completed my schooling from Public Junior High School, as well as from Mahatma Gandhi Inter College. I have done my B. Tech from Uttar Pradesh Technical university.
Professionally I started working as a tutor in a Kolkata based online tution class after college, before starting my own coaching classes in the year 2013, named G.A.S.C.E (Global Academy) which provides both online and offline coaching for competitive exams.
I had to face several hurdles while starting my own business, but with the support from my family I have been able to establish it in a very short period of time.
Interviewer : What kind of social work are you associated with?
Mr. Dubey: I have been actively participating in several kinds of social work since 2012, few of which are :
I was associated with Times of India Delhi based, csr project, ‘Teach India’, that provided education to underprivileged children.
I was part of a project started by ‘ACT’, that provides free education to underprivileged children.
Under ‘Satya Nirmal Foundation’, I was responsible for 2 campaigns, ‘Utthan’, an educational project for underprivileged children and ‘Bestowal Of Vesture’, an educational play conducted in association with Delhi University and Anand Vihar, janakpuri Vayam association.
Interviewer : What is the most important lesson that you have learned from Vidya Bharati?
Mr. Dubey: I feel that the most crucial things that I have learnt from my school is ‘selflessness’ and the importance of serving our motherland through our deeds.
Interviewer : would you like to share any message with the community?
Mr. Dubey : The only message that I wanted to give to the youths is that our country needs more like minded socially conscious citizens to join hands together and work towards building a stronger nation.
Vidya Bharati Purv Chatra Parishad thanks Mr. Anupam Dubey for sharing his story with the community.
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