Sunday, March 26, 2023

Prof Digambar’s role in education cannot be forgotten : Raghubar


Jamshedpur: Raghubar Das, former Chief Minister of the state and national vice-president of the Bharatiya Janata Party, has expressed sorrow over demise of well-known educationist, writer and social worker Prof Digambar Hansda. He said that Prof. Hansda was a soft-spoken and sociable person. His contribution in the field of education can never be forgotten.
 He said that he contributed a lot in the development of Santali language and literature. He wrote many books in Hindi and Santali language. He translated the Indian Constitution into Santali.
 He wrote a lot of work as the founder chairman of the International Santal Council and the founder chairman of Guru Gomke Pandit Raghunath Murmu Memorial Trust. The credit for opening the first college in the tribal area of ​​Jamshedpur was also goes to Hansda. 
He was the founder member of Lal Bahadur Shastri College, Jamshedpur. Education sector has suffered a great loss due to his death.
Das said in his condolence message that in this phase of development of Jharkhand, Prof Hansda was needed but it went away from our midst.

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