Maharashtra's Ranjit Singh Disale becomes first Indian to receive unique 'Global Teachers Award'


Bengali Hunt Desk: Reached remote villages in Maharashtra in the light of education. At the same time, by emphasizing on the education of women and using unique technology in the field of education, she has brought the light of knowledge to all. That is why Ranjit Singh Disale, a teacher at JP School in Solapur, Maharashtra, has been awarded the Global Teachers Award by the Berkeley Foundation. This is the first time any Indian has been honored with this honor.

More than 12,000 teachers from 140 countries participated in receiving the award. 10 people reached the final round. Ranjit won the award leaving all of them behind. And as a reward he got one million dollars or seven crore rupees. However, Ranjit said that he would divide half of the prize money among the remaining nine finalists.

“Education is the real changer,” said Disale, who won the award. We students love to take challenges in life, they want to change their lives with their own hands. I am happy to receive this award. And I will divide half of the prize money among the remaining nine so that they too can improve the education system of their country. Together we can make a difference in this world. “

President Ramnath Kovind congratulated Ranjit on receiving this unique honor. He was also felicitated by the Maharashtra government.