VK Bansal, pioneer of Kota Coaching Industry passed away at the age of 71

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Published by Ananya on 04 May 2021

Vinod Kumar Bansal, the founder of Bansal classes, and the pioneer of Kota coaching industry passed away on Monday at the age of 71 after a prolonged illness, his son said. His son Sameer Bansal told, that his father was suffering from multiple diseases including muscular dystrophy, he also tested Covid-19 positive but four days back his report came out negative.

The founder of fantasy akhada, Amit Purohit expressed gratitude and thanked him on his twitter handle for starting whole education revolution and showing direction.

Many students and educationist shared the sad news of his demise on their Twitter handles and told how good mathematician he was and that they still cannot believe his no more . Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla condoled the death of Bansal and said his death was an irreparable loss for the entire academic fraternity. He said that that due to Muscular dystrophy, his lungs were already damaged and further it got worsened due to COVID-19 infection. Allen Career Institute director Naveen Maheshwari also made a remark , said, V K Bansal was a great mathematician and pioneer of coaching classes in Kota and the space vacated with his death is hard to fill.

REACTIONS ON TWITTER

We can see from the following tweets how much love and respect he has created in the hearts of his students and fellow educationists.

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