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Ex-DGP donned the hat of a maths teacher

Guwahati: It has returned to classes for former director-general of Assam police Mukesh Sahay – this time to educate and give to our society in return which has “given me a lot”.

Nowadays he is keeping himself occupied as a mathematics educator after his superannuation on April 30. He volunteered to instruct at Sonaram Higher Secondary School here, one of the most seasoned educational institutions in the state.

The school authorities said Sahay has begun educating class 12 and 11 students from May 7 as the school was without a maths educator.

A couple of days back, a maths educator was appointed, however, Sahay said he will keep on teaching because mathematics is something he cherishes and teaching this subject is his way of giving back something to society.

“For the first time I am working as a teacher and I have a very wonderful experience. In future I may join as a police trainer,” Sahay said.

Principal Dwijendra Nath Borthakur stated: “He is teaching like an experienced teacher. It is a surprise for us. In our school, most of the students come from economically backward families and most of them are weak in studies. Sahay is successful in teaching them. All students say they are enjoying his classes.”

The principal added that Sahay, who had assured to instruct for about a month, is presently saying the duration could be extended or reduced relying upon his other work routine.

The school at Bharalumukh was established in 1894. The school authorities said the post of a maths teacher for the higher secondary section was vacant for more than a year and Borthakur, who is an MSc in chemistry, had to take additional classes.

 Telegraph India

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