This may surprise many readers, but it is a reality. Basudev Mishra, who holds a doctorate degree from India’s prestigious university, Sampurananda, has been teaching Nepali language to secondary level students in Tri-Ratna Secondary School for several years.
He has his own version of serving children, and says he is proud to polish young minds in the community than trying for better arenas outside the camp. As regards to degrading education standard in the camps, Dr Mishra held the compelling camp situation responsible of contributing towards the decline in education.
He said, “It is neither the faults of students, nor of the teachers. It is all due to the current situation that has transformed minds of our children.” Vidhyapati Mishra of the Bhutan News Service has talked to him in this aspect.