Categories: Events
      Date:  9 January 2006
     Title: Jayant Kumar Tribhuvan (1942-2006)

It is with great grief that we inform you that Mr.Jayant Kumar Tribhuvan passed away on the 7th of January 2006 due to a massive heart attack.

Jayant Kumar Tribhuvan was a famous educationist, writer, dramatist,poet, director, musician as well as a great orator. He was born on 12th May 1942 and lived an exemplary life. His educational achievements included a Master of Arts degree in Hindi and a Bachelor of Education degree in English and Sanskrit. His contribution to the field of education was praiseworthy. He was responsible for the production of many educational cassettes and CDs for children. He was on the board of many famous educational institutions and organisations. His membership on the community advisory board of NARI (National Aids Research Institute),Bharat Natya Sanshodhan mandir, Film Censor Board,Government of India, are just a mentioned few. He was honoured with the Presidents National Best Teacher award in 1996 and at the state-level, the Best Teacher Acharya Atre award in 1990. He has written about 25 books and 40 short stories. He has also produced over 4000 one act plays which have been broadcasted on the radio. He was the chief director of 115 educational cassettes for AB Televisions, wrote 35 short film stories for Balchitravani (childrens radio programme), was involved in the broadcasting of 50 educational and other programmes for Aakashwani( local radio station). He also participated in over 17 national and international educational discussions and has presented his papers on the subject.

Mr. Tribhuvan conducted a project named "AIDS PREVENTION EDUCATION PROJECT" between 1993 and 1996 to educate children especially of Classes 9 and 10 to educate them on HIV/AIDS. His training was such that the children in turn became peer educators.

He was on the board of directors of Deep Griha.Even before he became a member of the board he was involved in the Deep Griha activities by being present for the cultural programmes organised periodically. As a board member he was actively involved especially in the educational and rural programmes organised by the institution. He would encourage, guide and motivate the staff at the various staff meetings. His experience in the field of administration was immense and hence his contribution to the organisation was meaningful and valuable. He was a constant source of encouragement and inspiration and his absence will always be felt.



It is with great grief that we inform you that Mr.Jayant Kumar Tribhuvan passed away on the 7th of January 2006 due to a massive heart attack.

Jayant Kumar Tribhuvan was a famous educationist, writer, dramatist,poet, director, musician as well as a great orator. He was born on 12th May 1942 and lived an exemplary life. His educational achievements included a Master of Arts degree in Hindi and a Bachelor of Education degree in English and Sanskrit. His contribution to the field of education was praiseworthy. He was responsible for the production of many educational cassettes and CDs for children. He was on the board of many famous educational institutions and organisations. His membership on the community advisory board of NARI (National Aids Research Institute),Bharat Natya Sanshodhan mandir, Film Censor Board,Government of India, are just a mentioned few. He was honoured with the Presidents National Best Teacher award in 1996 and at the state-level, the Best Teacher Acharya Atre award in 1990. He has written about 25 books and 40 short stories. He has also produced over 4000 one act plays which have been broadcasted on the radio. He was the chief director of 115 educational cassettes for AB Televisions, wrote 35 short film stories for Balchitravani (childrens radio programme), was involved in the broadcasting of 50 educational and other programmes for Aakashwani( local radio station). He also participated in over 17 national and international educational discussions and has presented his papers on the subject.

Mr. Tribhuvan conducted a project named "AIDS PREVENTION EDUCATION PROJECT" between 1993 and 1996 to educate children especially of Classes 9 and 10 to educate them on HIV/AIDS. His training was such that the children in turn became peer educators.

He was on the board of directors of Deep Griha.Even before he became a member of the board he was involved in the Deep Griha activities by being present for the cultural programmes organised periodically. As a board member he was actively involved especially in the educational and rural programmes organised by the institution. He would encourage, guide and motivate the staff at the various staff meetings. His experience in the field of administration was immense and hence his contribution to the organisation was meaningful and valuable. He was a constant source of encouragement and inspiration and his absence will always be felt.