My work meets my needs, but my love is learning.

Sangeeta Dey, in her 40s, considered pursuing studies in 2018, but was refused as she never passed Madhyamik . She was accepted to Rabindra Mukta Vidyalaya and did well in Madhyamik .

Kolkata: Sangeeta Dey, in her 40s, considered pursued studies in 2018, but was refused as she never passed Madhyamik.I was accepted to Rabindra Mukta Vidyalaya and did well in Madhyamik, the same year as my younger daughter Saheli took the exam, she said.Saheli was first accepted to an HS academy in the United States.I took admission to Nandan Nagar Adarsha Uchha Balika Vidyalaya near my home in Belgharia, she said.

It was difficult to attend school in a sari during the two HS years.On reaching school, I carried uniforms in my bag and changed into it, returning to my sari before going out.Sangeeta explains how her two daughters' encouragement made it possible.After 26 years of marriage, going to school isn't easy, she says.But my daughters were there to help me.

Didi and I kept telling her to finish her studies.When HS results were out, Baba was very ecstatic, teasing me that Ma had scored more than me, she said.Sangeeta's telephonic position is vital.I am a teacher at Sangeetas college, and education is my passion, she said.