A tribal girl from West Bengal is struggling with financial crisis to fulfill her dream of pursuing a master’s degree

Last updated time: 11 March 2023, 13:48 IST

Murmu now provides free coaching to many local tribal children in his area (Photo: Nayan Ghosh / News18)

Imani Murmu hails from the Moladanga area of ​​Kanksar, where mostly tribal families live. About 100 families live here and all are involved in daily labor

Despite hailing from the Moladanga area of ​​Jangalmahal, Kanksar, West Bengal, where mostly tribal families live, Imani Murmu completed her MA and BEd. Moladanga area of ​​Kanksar is mainly inhabited by tribal families. About 100 families live here and all are involved in daily labor.

As a result, the financial situation is poor and there is less time to focus on children’s studies. There are no good schools in the area. Murmu grew up among the greenery. Despite the financial crisis, Murmu accomplished his goal of obtaining a master’s degree, but even so, he was unable to secure a government teaching job. Therefore, he now provides free coaching to many local tribal children in his area who also want to learn.

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Murmu said that the state government is not currently recruiting but he is very happy to educate the boys and girls of the area. His students are also very happy. In fact, everyone has a deep thought process in their mind. No one wants to keep the title of backward class among themselves. Everyone wants to move forward. Establishing oneself at different levels of society. Although she is qualified, Imani Murmu still has no chance, she wants the children of the surrounding families to get this opportunity. So he continues to fight in the courtyard of the Jungle Castle.

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