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(30th Nov. 1939 - 1st Jan 2016)
“ On the field, Some people want Something special To happen, others Wish for it to happen, While champions just Make it happen”.
Such was the aura of the founder of Charles’s Wain Academy, Who was fondly called as “Guruji” by everyone. Late Shri R.C. Bahuguna were the one among all. He was a post graduate in English literature and completed his B.Ed thereafter. He gave his thirty five Years of service as a lecturer of English to the Senior students of S.G.R.R Govt. Inter College, Bhogpur from where he retired as Principal. His entire life was dedicated in imparting education to the generations for more than three decades. His father Late Shri Maya Dutt Bahuguna was also an educationist and an eminent social worker. The vision of a school for the first time was foreseen by him and then the dream was generated to his son i.e. our founder Late Shri R.C. Bahuguna who went through a lot of hardship all through his life and remained committed to his passion of imparting education even after his retirement.
He continued his work by converting his dream into reality in the form of a school. He commenced his efforts to light the lamp of wisdom all around his native village Bhogpur. His concentrated concern found fruit in the year 2001 and it sprouted as a school. “Education is the means to achieve this end – a tool that helps to kindly and brighten this flame of life”. With this lofty mission and nobel ideal, the founder of this institution rose from a humble beginning to shine like a luminous star. He succeeded in his mission through his relentless hard work. He is a role model for all of us and for the future generations also. His honesty and delivering hard work towards his services made him a tough man of high principles. Though his way of living life was simple but his unleashing methodology of collaborating spirituality and discipline is an example of being grounded to your moral values. He was a great personality as a teacher, common man social worker, leader among masses, educationist and much more to describe about him as a great human being. His last words could never be forgotten which depict love for his students of Charles’s Wain Academy that,
“The children are mine, I owe them.” He gave us an unforgettle message which would mesmerize everyone of us by the following words, “Life is not a brief candle. It is a splendid Torch that should be made to glow brightly before passing it over to the approaching generation.”