Late Sri K. P. Shrivastava was born on 2nd November 1919 at Jaijore near Siwan.He was an epitome of honesty, commitment, dedication and wisdom. He was one of the pioneers of educational movement in the district of Saran, Bihar. He was a great change-maker and socialist influenced by the eminent leaders of India’s freedom movement, like Braj Kishore Prasad, Jai Prakash Narayan, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Yusuf Mehar Ali, Acharya Narendra Deo, Anugraha Narayan Singh and above all Mahatma Gandhi. He was a true ‘karmayogi’. He abandoned his higher studies to actively participate in India’s freedom struggle. During the Quit India Movement of 1942, he was imprisoned for more than three years in Bhagalpur Central Jail. In the jail, there was a brutal cane chargeby the British administration inwhich he was injured and suffered permanent impairment of his eye-sight. He was married to Smt.Dharmashila Shrivastva in the year 1959.
After Independence, he dedicated his ideas, energy and vision on the programmes of constructive nation building and entered the field of education.
Presentation for NCSC-2020 by the students of BKKG, Chapra, District Level