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Babar Ali is still a student himself, enrolled at the government-run Cossimbazar Raj Govinda Sundari High school in Beldanga, West Bengal. In the afternoons, starting at 4:00 p.m., he in turn teaches students in a school he founded in his parentsĀ“ back yard in Murshidabad.
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by Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma Babar Ali must be the youngest headmaster in the world. As he is only 16! He's a teenager who is in charge of teaching hundreds of students in his family's backyard, where he runs classes for poor children from his village.

Babar Ali - The World's Youngest Headmaster

When, at the age of 9, Babar began to teach a handful of his fellow friends as a game, he quickly realised how important a tool of empowerment education was. By 17, he had taught more than a thousand kids in and around Murshidabad, his hometown.
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TEDxSIBMBangalore - Babar Ali, "World's youngest Headmaster" - Challenging The Conventional

TEDxSIBMBangalore Theme - Challenging The Conventional He was called the "youngest headmaster in the world" by BBC in October 2009, at the age of 16. Babar Ali is an Indian student and teacher from Murshidabad, West Bengal.

Babar Ali - The World's Youngest Headmaster, when he was just 9 year old. World Records Inspiration

Babar Ali is an Indian student and teacher from Murshidabad in West Bengal. He was called the "youngest headmaster in the world" by BBC in October 2009, at the age of sixteen.
A nine-year-old took the responsibility of teaching whatever he learnt in his own school to other kids who were not fortunate enough to get an education. Here's what happened. Babar Ali was nine when, one day, while returning from his school, he saw a few kids working in the fields.
After noticing the high number of uneducated children in his village in Murshidabad, West Bengal, Babar Ali started a school in his backyard. In one of the oldest districts in the country, far from the modern amenities, he developed a school for children he saw coming back from work.
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23-year-old Babar Ali, popularly known as the world's youngest headmaster started a school when he was all of nine. The school that Babar started in backward Bhabta village in West Bengal with eight students, is now a certified school. In 2015, it had 300 students and 10 teachers.
A follower of Swami Vivekananda, Babar Ali started a school under a guava tree, when he was just nine years, at his village in West Bengal. The young headmaster, 14 years later, tells G Singh how people accused him of proselytism initially

Babar Ali: The joy of learning Learn about the heartwarming story of Babar Ali, who started a school in his backyard to serve his underprivileged community. Babar's school, the Home of Joyful Learning, began with eight children and now boasts three hundred regular students.