A man from Bihar is now an Assistant Professor in the same department, Ambedkar Thought and Social Work, where he had toiled as a peon for 20 years. His hard work and perseverance have pushed him to the top and certainly paid off.
Kamal Kishor Mandal, 42, of Bihar, just became an Assistant Professor at Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University (TMBU), where he was previously employed as a peon. He is presently an Assistant Professor in the department of Ambedkar Thought and Social Work.
Kamal Kishor Mandal, who is from Bhagalpur in Bihar, had a challenging path to get to where he is now. According to accounts, he began his career as a night guard at the RD&DJ College in Munger in 2003, at the age of 23. He was a postgraduate in Political Science who took the night guard position because he was desperate for money.
Kamal was assigned on deputation to Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University (TMBU) to the Ambedkar Thought and Social Work department for the position of Peon. He worked as a peon for over 20 years, according to reports.
Kamal was keen to further his education and requested permission from the university to do so. He earned his Master’s Degree in the same subject, Ambedkar Thought and Social Work, in 2009. Even after completing his master’s degree, he wanted to continue his education and enrolled in a PhD program in 2013, which he finished in 2017. He passed the NET exam as well.
According to sources, Kamal’s years of hard effort paid off when he noticed an advertisement for an Assistant Professor position at TMBU and applied for it; when the results were revealed, he was appointed.
Kamal Kishore Mandal’s story is inspiring and motivational for everyone who aspire. This is one such story about unwavering commitment and hard labor.