Request to help Baiga students be engineer and doctor

Kamal Dubey from Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh says there was a news that from nearby Achanakmar tiger reserve two Baiga primitive tribe boys have passed class 12th exam for the first time. Our chief minister has announced that if any one from primitive tribes pass 12th standard they will be given a job of para teacher. He asks why only a teacher? Why can’t government and agencies working for these primitive tribals make sure that these two boys study engineering and medicine. For more Kamal Ji can be reached at 09425220729

Posted on: Jun 10, 2012. Tags: Kamal Dubey

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