Retired manager from government bank giving MA exam, PhD degree is next target

Retired manager from government bank giving MA exam, PhD degree is next target

There is no age to learn and study, giving reality to this saying, 67-year-old Dharmaraj Mishra, retired from the post of bank manager. After retiring from the post of Manager of Indian Bank in Mumbai in the year 2016, he started studies to complete his incomplete education. After taking LLB degree, this year he is giving MA (Education) first year exam. Originally a resident of Pureganga village of Amethi, Dharamraj had moved to Mumbai in 1975. Earlier, he had passed his high school and intermediate examination from PB Inter College Pratapgarh City.

After working in different private institutions in Mumbai, he got a job in Indian Bank in 1982. During his service, he obtained BA and MA (Hindi) degrees in the year 1986 as a private examinee. Even after this, he found education incomplete. In such a situation, after retiring from the bank in the year 2016, he enrolled in LLB in the year 2019.

He passed this examination in first class. Dharamraj did not stop here either and took admission to do Masters in Education. At present he is appearing for his Masters in Kunti Devi Mahavidyalaya, Raniganj. This college is under the guidance of Prof. Prayagraj. Affiliated to Rajendra Singh Rajju Bhaiya State University. Along with this, Dharmaraj has also become an inspiration for the candidates appearing for the exam.

Will do PhD after MA

In a conversation with Hindustan, Dharmaraj Mishra told that along with studies, he also likes writing in Hindi literature. His books based on the lives of five great men including Baba Bhimrao Ambedkar, Amte have been published. Regarding studies, he said that after getting his MA degree, he aims to do PhD.

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