Teachers day

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20160905_114816-copy 20160905_114801-copy 20160905_114729-copy 20160905_114654-copy 20160905_114540-copy 20160905_113700-copy 20160905_113606-copy  20160905_113406-copy 20160905_113218-copy  20160905_110908-copy 20160905_110641-copy  20160905_105006-copy  20160905_101514-copyIt is said that a teacher is the pillar of the society on which a disciplined and civilized community stands and survives. A teacher takes the responsibility of his own and carries the duty to educate not only the running generation but also the generation to come.

In India, Teacher’s day is celebrated as the birthday of the first Vice President of India Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who was born on 5th Sept.1888. He was a well known teacher, who became the first Vice President of India in 1962 and then 2nd President of India in 1967. Dr. Krishnan has been a role model for all the teachers in India. On the day of fifth September, on his memory, we honor the teachers of India and ensure that they continue providing with great dedication their service to the human beings.

That’s why we celebrated also with honor and dignity the “teachers’ day” in our Mummy Jee Boarding school. 10 teachers were present, some relevant speeches were delivered including one from our lovely student girl: Nishu Kumari. Mummy Jee, Secretary: Munna Paswan and committee members offered a symbolic “money plant” to each one, wishing them prosperity in their life.

It can be concluded that there is a great hand of teachers with charisma behind a successful and morally high society. Therefore, it is our prime duty to honor the teachers, encourage them and pay respect to them so that they too, can continue to furnish us the benefit of their talent and inspire us. But we cannot hide that there is a big need here in Bihar (but also in other states) to elevate the level of education by serious trainings of the teachers in order to apply an active pedagogy in the classes. It is only through the proper execution of education that a society (or a country) can become more and more powerful.

A teacher should be like a candle, consuming itself to light the way for others”.

Jitendra Kumar

(Coordinator)

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