Left with out wage since March, 52-year-old Hanumanlu Raghu, father of three, was discovering the going robust. However he had not revealed his hardships to anyone till sooner or later when an outdated scholar referred to as to investigate about him.
After instantly sending rice to his favorite instructor, Kaligotta Ganga Reddy teamed up along with his college batch-mates and arrange a store for Raghu. They spent Rs 80,000 to place up a shed for a store close to Ippapalle village, Kathlapur mandal in Jagtial district, the place the instructor lives. Extra providers are set to be supplied for the store, together with a fridge.
Raghu who has an MA (English) publish graduate diploma, is gearing as much as make a recent begin and run a rooster and tiffin centre throughout the ongoign disaster. “I’m overwhelmed by the love the scholars have proven me. It can’t be expressed in phrases,” Raghu informed TOI.
Greater than 25 years in the past, Raghu was instructing in Chaitanya Bharathi College, a personal college in Rudrangi (in erstwhile Karimnagar, now Rajanna Sircilla). The principal of the zila parishad highschool, Rudrangi had as soon as requested him to take two lessons for the kids in Biology, as he additionally has a BSc diploma. The scholars who handed out of the non-public college, which was solely as much as lass 7, acquired into the ZPHS college, and he acquired to show them at school 10 once more.
“He would make classes fascinating for us,” Kaligotta Gangi Reddy, one of many college students of the 1997-98 SSC batch mentioned.
For the final 10 years, the instructor was working for a personal college Vijay Vidya Niketan, at Thandiyala village, 5 km from his home.