Arunachal: professor gifts classroom to IGG college at a cost of 11 lakh

An Associate Professor and Head of the Commerce Dept of IGG College, TEZU gifted a classroom charitably at the cost of Rs 11 Lakhs to the college. 


‘Men are rich only as they give. He who gives great service gets great rewards’ by Elbert Hubbard is well established the proverb to Dr Rajendra Babu an Associate Professor and Head of the Commerce Dept of Indra Gandhi Govt College, TEZU who gifted a classroom charitably at the cost of Rs 11 Lakhs to the college.


“It’s a small token of love to Arunachal as return service to its people. The state is beautiful as its people too. We served our best part and energy to groom and build student’s character that brings real joy of living’, utters Dr Babu.  I am on the verge of retirement completing 60 years of services in the state and this small gift is a return service to the people of Arunachal”, he speaks emotionally.

While appreciating his valuable contribution and open-handedness, Dr Tashi Taloh Principal said Dr Babu is epitome of Commence Dept other than normal class, he used to show documentary to the student in order to make the student energised or interested in study resulting good outcome as well.

Besides, he is also an in – charge of the Indra Gandhi Open University which is best in Arunachal”, the Principal accolades.   He further terms it greatest gift offered ever by any teacher in the education sector and will be remembered afresh in the history, he wishes.

Simultaneously, Dr Basu’s humanitarian gesture has been largely praised by Sharma sir head of Hindi Dept who is closely associated comrade. “Other than college classroom Babu Sir usually donate books to the Bamboosa Library TEZU and Blackboards to other school of the township inspiring me too”, he says.

The paradigm set by the Dr Babu has always been a footprint for us to emulate and serve the society generously for better days ahead.
Meanwhile, on the historic occasion, Besides, Minister Dr Mohesh Chai, Karma Leki DC and DW Thungon SP Lohit, Head of the department, Associates Professor and student also participated.


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