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This is the story of the youngest principal in the history of the world. Babar Ali, a resident of the Murshidabad in West Bengal, started his own school when he was only 16. He started teaching when he was still a student. At the age of 9, when he was studying, he would see other children his age playing and not studying.
So, he started telling them what he learned in school. Eventually more children came to him to learn what he learned at school. He slowly realised that if he stopped teaching them then his friends would never learn at all. So, he decided to continue teaching after school.
This is the story of the youngest principal in the history of the world. Babar Ali, a resident of the Murshidabad in West Bengal, started his own school when he was only 16. He started teaching when he was still a student. At the age of 9, when he was studying, he would see other children his age playing and not studying.
So, he started telling them what he learned in school. Eventually more children came to him to learn what he learned at school. He slowly realised that if he stopped teaching them then his friends would never learn at all. So, he decided to continue teaching after school.
His father was initially against the idea of Babar Ali starting a school because he thought that it would adversely affect Babar's studies.
This is the story of the youngest principal in the history of the world. Babar Ali, a resident of the Murshidabad in West Bengal, started his own school when he was only 16. He started teaching when he was still a student. At the age of 9, when he was studying, he would see other children his age playing and not studying.
So, he started telling them what he learned in school. Eventually more children came to him to learn what he learned at school. He slowly realised that if he stopped teaching them then his friends would never learn at all. So, he decided to continue teaching after school.
But Babar refused to give up. He would scourge the scrap ground in order to find discarded books for his students. He even sold rice to arrange for money for his students.
This is the story of the youngest principal in the history of the world. Babar Ali, a resident of the Murshidabad in West Bengal, started his own school when he was only 16. He started teaching when he was still a student. At the age of 9, when he was studying, he would see other children his age playing and not studying.
So, he started telling them what he learned in school. Eventually more children came to him to learn what he learned at school. He slowly realised that if he stopped teaching them then his friends would never learn at all. So, he decided to continue teaching after school.
When his father saw that his son was not to be deterred, he finally agreed and then contributed Rs 600 for the setting up of the school.
This is the story of the youngest principal in the history of the world. Babar Ali, a resident of the Murshidabad in West Bengal, started his own school when he was only 16. He started teaching when he was still a student. At the age of 9, when he was studying, he would see other children his age playing and not studying.
So, he started telling them what he learned in school. Eventually more children came to him to learn what he learned at school. He slowly realised that if he stopped teaching them then his friends would never learn at all. So, he decided to continue teaching after school.
Now, his school continues to thrive and what started started out as a school for 300 students now has 800 students.
This is the story of the youngest principal in the history of the world. Babar Ali, a resident of the Murshidabad in West Bengal, started his own school when he was only 16. He started teaching when he was still a student. At the age of 9, when he was studying, he would see other children his age playing and not studying.
So, he started telling them what he learned in school. Eventually more children came to him to learn what he learned at school. He slowly realised that if he stopped teaching them then his friends would never learn at all. So, he decided to continue teaching after school.
Babar's efforts have been recognised and he was given the title of Real Heroes by the English News channel CNN IBN back in 2009.
Since then he has continued with his work in the field of education. He now holds a masters degree in English literature.
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