A 42-year-old constable, Sanjay Rathore, has changed the distorted image of police officers by teaching slum children near Chhatripura police station in Indore. He is serving the people of our country in the truest manner possible, he teaches the slum children free of cost.
Rathore started this with an education drive in 2003, with the support of an NGO. However, without NGO support, the project got drained in 2006. Still, Rathore continued the practice and visited all teaching centres in the state to empower the children.
How is he managing to teach with duty?
He is running a free coaching centre near the police station -- Sanjeevni Bal Mitra Kendra
Here, he has investing his own money and hired at least 100 teachers for 1200 students
"I teach them subjects such as moral science, general knowledge, yoga and computer basics. After a year-long course, the organization provides certificates to students, with which they get jobs," Rathore said.
"I was born in a slum and had never thought of achieving this much in my life. Rathore sir helped me in education. Now, I work in a reputed company," said Navin Limbodiya, who learned photo-editing and is now placed at Atal Indore City Transport Services Limited (AICTSL).
Chattripura police station in-charge Manju Yadav said, "We are proud of Sanjay Rathore and his commitment to run this centre to educate needy children."