This Police Constable Used His Life-Savings To Start A School For Marginalised Children

The Logical Indian

November 22nd, 2018


After saving up money from his own salary, police constable Arup Mukherjee started a school for the underprivileged Sabar community children in West Bengal.

Started in 2011 with just 20 students, now the school has 112 students with most children aged between 3 to 14 years.


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