Assam's Padma Shri Uddhab Bharali Now in Delhi School Syllabus
GUWAHATI: Assam's Padma Shri awardee Uddhab Bharali will now be included in the Delhi government school syllabus.
State Council of Educational Research and Training will include his achievements in the entrepreneurship mindset curriculum of classes IX to XII from the next academic calendar.
Speaking to media Uddhab Bharali said, “We got to read about life and works of many great men in our textbooks. I am happy that my works will be included in such textbooks.”
Uddhab Bharali was born and brought up in Lakhimpur in a family that was in financial doldrums. He was a bright student since his early days, but that hardly helped. He could not complete his studies due to financial constraints.
The innovator invented 24 machines between the years 1990 and 2005.
In addition to this machine, the innovator has invented machines that could peel garlic, cut tobacco leaf, strip canes, polish brass utensils, peel passion fruit seeds and juice etc.
His innovation “Areca Nut Peeler” can peel 100-120 nuts per minute. Then there is the “Cassava Peeler” - an electronic gadget that can process up to 5 kgs of cassava per minute.
All his inventions are made to make life and living easier for the common people.
Padma Shri awardee Uddhab Bharali