21-year old engineer leave covetous job to dedicate his success towards the development of his village which suffers a fatal blow in social and economy status hitherto.
In what appears as a immense leap to social service, one engineer from Madhya Pradesh (MP) returns to his village after securing a covetous engineer job. Mr. Mastram Hathesh who graduated from Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) with material science and metallurgy decided to build up his village severed with under-development.
The young engineer pointed out that many individual from his village tends to leave their village for urban cities after securing government job.
It is speculated that many (Schedule Tribe) ST individual got government job through reservation.
“I feel that the benefits of reservation are being exploited more by the affluent class than people from poor families living in rural areas. In my village, people still have to fight for basic needs. Electricity supply is almost zero,” said Mr Mastram while pointing the hitch in reservation system.
What inspired the young engineer?
The idea of leaving a high paying job from the Bharat Oman Refineries Limited (BORL) occurred to him when no one from his village decided to turn up on his convocation day just because they were embarrassed to show their faces before the people.
“Despite receiving support and blessings from every villager, I was all alone here because my community and family members feel shy to come out of the village and meet people. Development hasn’t yet touched the village,” said 21 years Mastram Hathesh.
“I feel that the benefits of reservation are being exploited more by the rich class than people from poor families living in rural areas. In my village, people still have to struggle for basic needs. Electricity supply is almost zero,” added Mastram, as reported in Hindustan Times.
Despite accessibility of education in his village Jimra, the living standard and status of the villagers remains unchanged. After learning all the vicissitudes, Mastram vowed to devote his potential towards development of his village.