The rising star, Pushkar Sharma visited the Vishwa Bharti School in Greater Noida, to encourage the students. He had great interaction with the students, where he shared his insights of the game he loves to the students.
He wishes the boys and girls of the school represent India in sports, making the school prouder. To do so, he said the students " Have the confidence and self-belief. If you do so, you can achieve what no one else can. Everyone is talented in his own way, work hard in the field of your talent. Also while focusing on your dreams, have the right balance of studies in your life".
Pushkar was extremely happy to visit the school where his coach Brijesh Singh works as PTI and coaches the team. The former U-16 captain of Mumbai and the highest run-getter in NPCL credits his entire success in the cricketing world to his childhood coach, as Brijesh sir taught him to hold the bat first time. It was a matter of pride for Brijesh sir to see his favourite pupil visiting his school as a chief guest. He said "It was great to meet Pushkar Sharma who is a very successful cricketer today, I hope that he will bring laurels to his city and school in future and bless him with best wishes for the same "
Not just his childhood coach, but also other school teachers feel proud about the southpaw. The music teacher Rachna Shukla wished him by saying "I feel very proud to see all that Pushkar has achieved in his life. He was always a very hardworking student and gave his 100% for everything he did and it doesn’t surprise me to know about the things that he has achieved. All I hope for is that he continues working hard and keep achieving all that he wants and keep making his family proud"
The principal of the school Mahendari Devi was thrilled to see Pushkar accompanied by his sister while visiting the school. She was happy to see the connection Pushkar and his sister shared with the school. With immense pride, she quoted "I am personally impressed by Pushkar Sharma's humility to have come back to school and honoured his mentor. Besides this, I am encouraged that a boy from a small town like Greater Noida has made it to the International level. I hope to see him play IPL one day"