-Bijay Kishore Sundar Ray was born on 1st June, 1949 and belongs to Bhubaneswar. He joined the Indian Administrative Service in 1972 and retired in the rank of Chief Secretary to the Government of Chhattisgarh. In his motivational drama, "An Unforgettable Teacher", B.K.S. Ray refers to Nagendra Das whose love for teaching and love for inspiring the students to face a competitive world prompted him to quit a top banking job. He preferred to go to a remote tribal area in Chhattisgarh swept by Naxalite violence. In spite of his personal struggle and sufferings, he taught in a school with single-minded devotion to ensure quality and excellence. Wth his sincerity and dedication, he could realise his dreams. B.K.S. Ray reveals his optimism with regard to quality in school education that's adequately reflected in this motivational drama. An author of 44 books that include novels, poetry, dramas, short stories and essays on contemporary affairs, B.K.S. Ray is a recipient of many awards for his scholastic and literary achievements. B.K.S. Ray is a member of the prestigious "India International Centre", New Delhi. Ray lives in Raipur (Chhattisgarh) where he intends to pursue his scholastic and literary activities.
Subject- Indic Poetry (English)
Publisher- B.R. Publishing Corporation