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A student from London teaches English at a Kolkata school MPNRC News

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Staff Director: During the summer vacation, a student of a school in London gave English conversation lessons to a Bengali media school in Kolkata. Education is self-reliant. Aratrika Lahiri understood the importance of education only at the age of 15. That realization taught him to talk about the classes V to IX of ‘Barisha Janakalyan Vidyapeeth for Girls’ school for three weeks. Jogal’s mother tongue is another word for simplicity. Today, Aratrika is flying to the north of the capital.

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Summer vacation should be spent. Aratrika wanted to teach in a colored school or gain teaching experience on the other hand rather than waste that time on the internship. He wants his parents to be independent. That brother has a lot of friends traveling in Kolkata. A daughter’s wish Ancestor Arundhati Lahiri contacted her childhood friend and now head teacher of Barisha Janakalyan Vidyapith for Girls Sharmila Sengupta. The rest is history. After preparing herself for three months under Sharmila Sengupta’s advice, Aratrika came to Kolkata and started teaching. In his words, “I want to learn during this summer vacation. My main aim was to teach them to speak English. Let me start you off. By doing this, they get to know about the lifestyle of the line and I get to know more about their lifestyle.’ But, Salaili cannot say. Even after about 20 days that picture. Aratrika says, “At first, I couldn’t express myself in English. About 3 weeks Varahti speaking English is good”.

[আরও পড়ুন: মারধরে যুবকের মৃত্যু! ক্লোজ সিভিক ভলান্টিয়ার-সহ গল্ফগ্রিন থানার ৩ পুলিশকর্মী ]

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Sharmila Sengupta, head teacher of Barisha Janakalyan Vidyapeeth for Girls said, “It was a very good project. Aratrika has put in a lot of effort and hard work. And speaking with a native English speaker has created confidence within my school as well. Children usually do not get this through Bengali medium.
Aratrika goes back to the line. However, his learning efforts will not end. Sharmiladevi says, “Linde will go back and convince her friends and then we want to talk about this English speaking online.” The party will be attended by a girl from my school.”

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Arundhati Lahiri, the mother of Aratrika, would do well to make Kolkata’s schools more responsive to such efforts. He said, “I think such a plan can be made if the head teachers are open.” Holder children will be quite obliging.

[আরও পড়ুন: উদ্দাম যৌনতার পর আর্থিক বিবাদের জেরেই সোনাগাছিতে খুন যৌনকর্মী, অবশেষে গ্রেপ্তার ২]

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