West Bengal: Engineering student opens tea shop after failing to get a job for two years
An engineering student from Manteswar in East Burdwan, West Bengal opened a tea shop to earn a living after failing to get a job for two years. Due to poor financial condition, the student had availed a loan from the bank to study engineering.
A meritorious student from a poor family has studied engineering by taking a loan from the bank. But after passing the course, he didn’t get a job. Therefore, to earn a living, Sanju Kundu from Manteswar in East Burdwan has opened a tea shop.
Sanju’s dad is a vegetable seller. Sanju has grown up facing many difficulties. But despite all the adversities, he did not drop out of school. He was very talented as a student.
Sanju got good marks in the Secondary School Examination. After that, he got admitted to Higher Secondary with science. He performed well in that exam too.
Usually, those who study science in high school also give Joint Entrance Exam. Sanju also appeared in the examination. After passing the test, he got an opportunity to study engineering in a government college in Jalpaiguri.
Due to poor financial condition, the family took a loan from the bank. The family thought that Sanju would repay the loan after getting a job. But unfortunately, Sanju did not get a job even after two years of passing engineering.
There was a pressure to repay the bank loan. Meanwhile, Sanju’s father fell seriously ill. Unable to find out a way, Sanju at last opened a tea shop to earn a living.