We have all heard that 'age is no bar to education' but how many of us have actually seen the quote becoming true in real life. Well, there is an inspiring story of a family from West Bengal who appeared for this year's board examination.
Biplab Mondal, a student of class 12 from Arongghata Hajrapur School from West Bengal, appeared for this year's higher secondary board examination along with his parents namely, Balram Mondal and Kalyani Mondal.
Why did they join the school again?
- According to the reports from media Balram Mondal was in class 9 when he lost his father.
- With the sheer force of sincerity, Balram (42) and his wife Kalyani (32) decided to complete their education.
- Balram, if clears the board examination, next wishes to pursue the higher education in college.
- In order to manage their expense, their only son took private tuitions and passed all the knowledge to their parents.
Family's current educational qualification
Both husband (Balram) and his wife (Kalyani) passed their class 10 from Rabindra Mukto Vidyalaya in 2013 and 2014 respectively. As per the reports, the subjects they studied were Bengali, English, History, Sanskrit and Philosophy.
According to reports, Balram ones a one and half acre land, which he uses to harvest the vegetables and after returning from work he continues his study.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has also extended her wishes to the students appearing for the exam this year. "Best wishes to all those who are appearing for Higher Secondary examination this year,"