Babbar Ali – World’s Youngest Headmaster at the Age of 16

I believe, you and I are blessed with all the basic necessities of life. Otherwise, neither will I be writing this article nor will you be reading this. When the so called matured

When the so called matured Head masters crib about the pitfalls in the system, Babbar Ali created a system of his own for the world to see and explore.This young boy has fought against all odds with a fire in his belly and a deep desire in his heart to educate the children in his neighborhood. Babbar is a 12th standard student of ”Cossimbazar Raj Govinda Sundari Vidyapeeth”, Murshidabad, West Bengal.

This young boy has fought against all odds with a fire in his belly and a deep desire in his heart to educate the children in his neighborhood. Babbar is a 12th standard student of ”Cossimbazar Raj Govinda Sundari Vidyapeeth”, Murshidabad, West Bengal.

He attends school like any normal children from morning till late afternoon. But what he does after his school hours is to be watched, learned and adoptedBabbar Ali is the Headmaster of an afternoon school called “Anand Shiksha Niketan” where there are 800 students, at present. It all started 9 years back with just 8 students. The school is being run in temporary concrete structure without any major infrastructure. At his Gurukula, Babbar provides free education to all the kids who come from far away places to learn the basic lessons of life.

Babbar Ali is the Headmaster of an afternoon school called “Anand Shiksha Niketan” where there are 800 students, at present. It all started 9 years back with just 8 students. The school is being run in temporary concrete structure without any major infrastructure. At his Gurukula, Babbar provides free education to all the kids who come from far away places to learn the basic lessons of life.

When we blame the system, our family circumstances, financial instabilities and many other things to take action, Babbar Ali is doing all this with just 3 things – “Sheer Dedication, Passion and Will”.

In 2009, Babar Ali won a prize from the programme Real Heroes Award of the Indian English news channel CNN-IBN for his work.