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Honest efforts towards your passion never let you down | Abhishek Paul

Having played First Division cricket for more than 15 years in West Bengal, the game has become second skin to me. A couple of years back, I got posted in a school as a cricket coach. As much as I was looking forward to this stint, I was concerned about the fact that the school did not have a cricket team. As I dug deeper, I could sense a waning interest in cricket. When I opened up registrations, only 3 boys expressed their interest in the game. All the rest were flocking towards football and basketball.

Do what is right, not what is easy | Abdul Lateef | Heroes of EduSports

The most important thing I’ve learnt from sports is fair play. There’s no victory that is more valuable than one’s honesty towards the game. I’ve been on the receiving end of unfair play at very key junctures in my life, and it is shattering to say the least. 

Life is a relay race, pass on the goodness | Hassaan Ahmad | Heroes of EduSports

Being passionate about sports is commendable, but one has to travel the extra mile to pass it on. 

There are children in every locality of the country that may never get a chance in their lives to go to school. Sports training would be a distant dream for such kids. 

Sports isn’t optional | Suresh D | Heroes of EduSports

There aren’t many kids India that get the right exposure and support to pursue sports during their growing up years. I would count myself in one of the lucky ones who got a great PE teacher at school and parents as supportive of sports as they could be. 

Compassion is so often the solution | Avinash Kumar | Heroes of EduSports

Hailing from Gorakhpur, I started with my first job in North Karnataka. It was at a school, as a sports teacher. A while into the job, I noticed a kid - in first grade - who behaved very differently from the lot. Very quiet, disinterested - in almost everything, one with a rather sad report card. I enquired from the fellow teachers to find out more about his situation. They ridiculed him saying that he has always been like that - the dull student that they never liked.