Kota coaching industry pioneer VK Bansal dies

Kota coaching industry pioneer VK Bansal dies

Kota: Vinod Kumar Bansal, a pioneer of the Kota coaching industry, died in a hospital here on Monday morning after prolonged illness.

He was 71.

Bansal, founder of Bansal Classes, was suffering from several ailments, including muscular dystrophy, said his son Sameer Bansal, who tested Kovid-19 positive, but four days earlier, his report came back negative.


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Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla mourned Bansal’s demise and said his death was an irreparable loss to the entire academic fraternity.

“The death of VK Bansalji, Director of Bansal Classes, is an irreparable loss to the entire fraternity. He has devoted his entire life to the education and progress of the students. The thousands of students he has taught are making India globally prestigious.” may his soul rest in peace.” Shanti, ”tweeted Birla, an MP from Kota – Bundi.

“He breathed his last at around 3.30 am on Monday morning at a hospital where he was undergoing treatment for the last 15 days,” said Sameer.

He said that Bansal’s lungs have already been destroyed due to muscular dystrophy and the Kovid-19 infection has worsened his condition.

Condoling his death, Allan Career Institute Director Naveen Maheshwari said that VK Bansal was a great mathematician and a pioneer of coaching classes in Kota and it is difficult to fill the void left by his death.


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