Salman Khan on The Colbert Nation

Salman Khan, of Khan’s Academy was interviewed on The Colbert Nation. Click below to watch the video:

I am looking forward to the day when this Salman Khan will become more famous than the Bollywood Salman Khan. Kudos, Sal. I am proud to know you.  Seeing a college-mate truly impact the world is the best way to get me off my butt and make a difference in my own small way. Who says one human being is too small to change anything?

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3 thoughts on “Salman Khan on The Colbert Nation

  1. Wow! I love this beyond words can express. I’ve been using Khan Academy for a long time now. I love Salman Khan, and what he has done! I even wrote about him on my essay for Columbia.

    It’s funny that you mention the other Khan because I was telling my brother how Salman Khan, the educator deserves much, much, much more recognition than Salman Khan, the “stylish” Bollywood actor. It’s great to see a fellow Bangladeshi being recognized in America, especially in the arena of academics.

    Btw, college-mate? Seriously? Did you also attend MIT, if you don’t mind me asking?

    Thank you, and I will be writing a post on Khan Academy and Salman Khan sometime in the near future. 🙂

    • I feel so happy every time I read a new article on him, or every time he is on TV. Also loved that MIT and Rice honoured him by asking him to be the commencement speaker this year.

      Wishing to stay anonymous, I will only say “No Comments” on the college question. 🙂

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