Retired schoolteacher, who taught physics for free, dies
He had won the lifetime achievement award at The Telegraph School Awards for Excellence 2018
Subhash Kundu at his Institute of Physics in Basirhat.
Calcutta | Published 11.05.21, 03:09 AM|
Retired schoolteacher Subhash Chandra Kundu, who taught physics for free to needy children with merit and had become an institution by himself in North 24-Parganas’ Basirhat, died on Friday night. Kundu was 74.
He had won the lifetime achievement award at The Telegraph School Awards for Excellence 2018.
On a 2-cottah plot, Kundu had created the Tutorial Institute of Physics in 1988 and taught children from Class IX to the undergraduate level.
Kundu was partially paralysed by a stroke about a decade and a half ago but that did not stop his work.