By having students write in Gujarati, English, and Hindi, he concentrates on language in addition to explaining the fundamentals of other subjects. “I clarify the fundamentals for younger children and teach students in grades 5 through 10 their curriculum. I also need them to write in Gujarati, English, and Hindi. We receive financial assistance from the public, and I pay the tuition for 5–6 kids” Nikunj Trivedi added.
On the street in Vadodara, a civil engineer from Gujarat named Nikunj Trivedi offers free instruction to kids whose parents cannot pay for it.
In Vadodara, Nikunj educates poor youngsters from private and public schools on the sidewalk in an effort to raise awareness of the value of education for young people.
“95 to 100 kids in grades KG through 10th come here to study. I teach them for free because some of them attend public and private schools but their parents cannot afford the fees” Nikunj told.
By having students write in Gujarati, English, and Hindi, he concentrates on language in addition to explaining the fundamentals of other subjects.
“I teach the students of standard 5-10 their syllabus and clear the basics of younger students; make them write in Gujarati, English and Hindi. Public helps us (financially) and I pay the school fees of 5-6 students,” he added.
Nikunj also said that the students whom he taught before are now helping him to teach others.