[Watch] Meet Rajasthan's Imran Khan, The Man Narendra Modi Applauded In His Wembley Speech

14 Nov 2015 2:43 PM GMT
[Watch] Meet Rajasthans Imran Khan, The Man Narendra Modi Applauded In His Wembley Speech
Source: hindustantimes, Timesnow

This is the story about the endeavors of Imran Khan from Alwar, whose praises echoed far in Wembley Stadium, London.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his speech at Wembley Stadium, mentioned about Imran Khan from Rajasthan.

“My India resides in people like Imran Khan,” the Indian Prime Minister said in his speech.

Imran Khan, a 37 year old veteran, who is a self mentored web developer and a mathematics teacher in a government school has made a number of mobile applications for students and have dedicated them without any charge.

As a matter of fact, the school teacher have no formal education in computer or app development. He says he learned programming from books of his younger brother who studied B-tech.

His grit and passion to serve students selflessly and equip them with quality education is of such an extent that he developed 42 education apps which has seen thousands of downloads. He also have created hundreds of websites to help needy students.

His first app was of NCERT Learn Science for the Class 9 students, which he developed back in 2012. Of all the apps he has made so far, General Science in Hindi is most widely used, with around 500,000 downloads.

“I like to make cool and creative interfaces. My interface is always full of refreshing ideas. I like challenges, without challenge I can’t work,” says Khan who claims web development is his hobby on his website.

This feat of Imran Khan is worthy of a huge applause, who didn’t let his problems deter his passion, rather he faced them head on and turned them into solutions. The Logical Indian Community feels immense pride in sharing his efforts and also honours our Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his kind gesture of highlighting the man’s efforts worldwide.

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