Sirsa. The ‘India Book of Records’, which names the rich people of the country’s illustrious talent, has recorded the name of JBT teacher Amarjit Singh of Gadrana village in kalanwali Halka in his book. Amarjeet Singh Gadrana has passed the examinations of TAT 29 times and NAT five times. He works as a JBT teacher in Government Primary School, Taruana and before that he has also served as Assistant Professor (Contract) at Chaudhary Devi Lal University. Teacher Eligibility Test (TAT) and National Eligibility Test (NAT), which is a very difficult task to pass once, but Amarjeet Singh has so far passed 29 times TAT and five times NAT exam. He has also done MA Punjabi, MA History, JBT, B.Ed degrees and one year Basic Urdu Diploma. He is pursuing MA in English.
JBT teacher Amarjeet Singh was also honored by Sub Divisional Officer Kalanwali on Republic Day due to his academic achievements. It is a very difficult task for the children studying in rural areas and coming from rural areas, but Amarjit Singh has made this impossible task possible through his hard work and determination and in the national level record book Get your name registered. Amarjeet Singh has a keen interest in Punjabi language and culture and is also writing in Punjabi language. His articles and poems have also appeared in books, newspapers and magazines. On this achievement, there is a wave of happiness in the entire Kalanwali region, including the school in-charge Vijay Kumar, Ravi Sagar and the head teacher Gursewak Singh.