Mr. Gambhir Man Maskey started to teach English during the very formative years of modern education in Nepal. The accounts of the different phases of his growth as a teacher embody a long, perhaps uneven, history of English teaching in the country. We are deeply indebted to Mr. Maskey for agreeing to share with us some precious recollections of this history. The Choutari team would like to thank Mr. Eak Duwadi for taking the initiatives.
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5 thoughts on “Interview with Gambhir Man Maskey”
I HAVE JUST JOINT NELTA CHOUTARI. I WENT THROUGH THE INTERVIEW AND FOUND IT INFORMATIVE.VE.
I am very glad to hear his voice after about more than two decades. He still sounds very clear, confident and dashing. I would say he was the teacher who used learners’ centered method during those days. I still remember his sessions with ice-breaks with jokes, singing, nicknaming students. For me he is the only ‘True’ teacher.
Gambhir Sir is a living legend in the field of English language teaching with an experience of more than 50 years. In addition, he is a man of principle and morals.
Lifting up the standard of education in Vishwaniketan school to such a high level,he demonstrated having an excellent leadership skill. I feel so proud to be his student.
Thank you Choutari to take initiative to broadcast his interview.
even if i haven’t been taught by him
i feel his way of explaining lessons to students should be learn by today’s teachers
just few meetings with him n i got the idea