Sushil Kumar of Bihar, who became famous all over the world by winning the prize money of Rs 5 crore in Kaun Banega Crorepati season five, will now teach psychology in secondary school. Kumar has achieved success in classes 6 to 8 and 11 to 12 of the second phase teacher recruitment examination of BPSC. There is an atmosphere of happiness in his family after the results came. Sushil, a resident of Hanumangarhi, Motahari, suddenly became a topic of discussion in the year 2011 when he won an amount of Rs 5 crore in Kaun Banega Crorepati. After this, Sushil launched ‘Champa to Champaran’ campaign to restore the identity of Champaran, which was a topic of discussion. Under this, a large number of Champa saplings were planted in the district. Apart from this, he also launched a sparrow conservation campaign.
Sushil told that he has got 1692nd rank in Social Science in class 6 to 8 in the teacher recruitment examination conducted by BPSC. Whereas in Plus Two, there is 119th rank in Psychology. Now by becoming a teacher he will show a new path to the children.
Sushil Kumar has told that his posting will be in his home district. He took the Teacher Eligibility Test at RDS College, Muzaffarnagar on 15 December in which he was successful. He said that counseling is yet to be done and he will start giving duty soon. Sushil Kumar told that he will further do PhD in psychology and environment relations. For this he has taken admission in Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University.