Story of Bansari Sardar

Bansari Sardar

18 years, Male

12th Standard

Village- Moyrapara, Purba Jata Deul

P.S. – Raidighi, Dist. – South 24 Parganas

West Bengal – 743383

Around 17 years old, the son of a fisherman, Bansari Sardar, aspires to a bright, well-built future for themselves. His father is a fisherman, and his mother sells fish in the nearby market and strives to live in extreme poverty. Bansari became a daily wager—a backup laborer in the fishing trade—to support his family.

Bansari was identified by Sabuj Sangha staff and sensitized on the essentiality of education in the proper upbringing of a child as a responsible citizen. Thus, Bansari got admitted to the residential school run by Sabuj Sangha at the beginning of 2018. He is now in the 12th grade at Krishnachandrapur High School and is gradually mastering the curriculum subjects. In the previous examination, Bansari secured 68.8% marks.

Sober and nonchalant by nature Bansari loves to play chase and memory games, etc. The legendary scientist Isaac Newton is his favorite personality.

He has an extra-ordinary interest in computers. With his inquisitive mind, he learned how to disassemble and then assemble a personal desktop computer. His potential was observed by the computer teacher at the school. The teacher was immensely impressed by his talent and sincerity. With growing times, Bansari aspires to be a computer engineer.

Sabuj Sangha’s support for Bansari helped him immensely to fulfill his dreams. The parents of Bansari have sincerely thanked the donor for providing this support.