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JAMMU: Teachers Day, the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former President of India and a great educationist, was celebrated with great enthusiasm in various schools across Jammu region.
Dewan Devi Playway and Higher Secondary School, Rajpura Mangotrian celebrated the birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. A special assembly was conducted on the occasion of Teachers’ Day from Class 8th to 12th. Students exhibited their talents as a treat to the teachers. Chairman, Subhash Chander Suri applauded all the teachers for their invaluable contribution. Special gifts were also given to all the teachers by him.
BSF School celebrated Teachers Day with incredible gusto and zeal in the school premises to honour the enlightened teaching fraternity. Principal, Dr S.K Shukla along with the staff paid floral tributes to Dr S Radhakrishnan.
Ram Awtar IG BSF Jammu FTR was the Chief Guest and DIG/PSO Hardeep Singh was the Guest of Honour on the occasion. A brief cultural programme was organized to appreciate the unwavering commitment of teachers for the mission and the vision of BSF School. Ram Awtar said “Teachers decide what the students will become in future as they spend most of their waking hours in the school.” He appreciated Principal Dr S K Shukla and his team constant endeavour in bringing BSF School to such a great height. He felicitated the teachers by giving gifts to them. Principal commended the painstaking efforts of every teacher.
Emphasizing the role of teachers, he said “Teachers should be progressive in outlook. They should not only be the storehouse of knowledge but also the role models of the students. Building up the young minds into contributing members of the society with a good conduct and character is a great responsibility which rests on teachers.”
The vote of thanks was presented by Divya Mahajan.
Stephens International Public School celebrated Teachers Day to thank the teaching faculty for the contributions they make to the lives of the students. A cultural extravaganza was organised by the students. The Chairman, Dr. Kamal Saini and Vice Chairman Amarjeet Singh extended their blessings to the teachers and students. Satvinder Saini, Director was the Chief Guest who wished teachers to usher a new era in India with biggest contribution from SIPSians.
To honour the teachers, students entertained them by means of various cultural items. They expressed their gratitude through a speech in English and a poem in Hindi. Principal, Manoj Agnihotri said that the glory of the Guru cannot be written even if the whole earth is transformed into paper, big trees made into pens and the entire water in the seven oceans is transformed into writing ink. Dean Academics, Rama Jamwal congratulated the teachers for inspiring and nurturing the students to march in the right direction.
Headmistress Inderjeet Kour enunciated and motivated the students and teachers to follow the footsteps of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan. Teachers were honoured with Appreciation Awards by the management.
To commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, the Teachers Day was celebrated by the NSS Wing of K.C College of Education in collaboration with Inner Wheel Club, an international organisation working for social causes.
The event started with the lighting of ceremonial lamp followed by Saraswati Vandana and thereafter a variety programme.
Earlier welcoming the guests, Taranjeet Kour, the Officiating Principal of the College, reiterated the commitment of teachers to uphold the values entrusted to them to fulfill the cause of nation building. Dr. Santosh Gupta, PDC, Inner Wheel club gave a brief history of the club. She also introduced the gathering about the present theme (year 2018-2021) of the club i.e. “Empower and Evolve Women”. Lalita Gupta, President Inner Wheel club paid rich tributes to Dr. S. Radhakrishnan and urged the teachers to follow his footsteps. Pooja Malhotra, Literacy Coordinator of the Club, made the future teachers to take pledge of sincerity and devotion and come up to the expectations of this profession.
On this occasion, the faculty members were gave appreciation certificates by the club. The vote of thanks was presented by Puja Sharma, Staff Secretary.
Students of British International School Jammu organized a surprise programme for their teachers on Teachers Day. They arranged a function to honour them. The students presented gala show of cultural items in the form of skits, songs, dances to show their respect, gratitude and love for their teachers. The senior students were dressed up as glorious teachers and played their roles.
Students of Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua organised a function to honour teachers on the occasion of Teachers Day. The students presented gala show of cultural items in the form of skits, songs, dances to show their respect, gratitude and love for their teachers. The senior students were dressed up as teachers and principal playing their roles. Besides cake cutting ceremony was also done by the principal and teachers.
Principal Shuchita Gupta expressed her views on the role of teacher in providing true purpose of education and said education would fail ignominiously in its objectives if it manufactures robot and calls him an economic man forgetting the substansive man.
She motivated them and asked them to take pledge that we will always be dedicated to our profession and impart conceptual and quality education.
R M Public School celebrated Teachers Day to thank the teaching faculty for their contribution for making the lives of students better.
The students presented a speech and various cultural items. There was also a lunch organised by the management for all the teachers and other members of school. The Chairperson of R. M Public School and Trustee threw light on teachers of that era and contemporary. The Principal, Ravinder Kour congratulated all the teachers.
Vishwa Bharati Senior Secondary School, Akalpur Morh, Jammu celebrated Teachers Day. A programme was chalked out by the students of class 12th which commenced with tribute to Dr. Radhakrishan followed by the welcome address by the Pupil Principal Vaishali of class 12th.
Dr. S.K. Koul Secretary Vishwa Bharati Women Welfare Institution, School Principal Prof. Annapurna Koul, Teaching Staff and students were present on the occasion. various cultural items, songs, dances and speeches were presented by the students.
Dr. S. K. Koul asked the students to respect their teachers and follow the path shown by them. He also admired the teachers for their valueless services in educational upliftment of our country.
The programme was anchored by Parul, Dharni, Shivani and Sonia and concluded with a vote of thanks by Maliaka of class 11th.
NSS unit of Trikuta Degree College celebrated Teachers Day. Students from different departments wished their teachers with sweets and thanked them for their hardwork and passion for teaching. Students also presented a colourful cultural programme.
Chairperson of the Trust, Suman Sharma was the Chief Guest on the occasion. She highlighted the relevance of celebrating such occasion.
Jai Kumar (Director) and Sunita Magotra (Principal) highlighted the role of teachers in moulding and channelising the youth energy for the overall development of society.
The co-curricular Committee of MIER College of Education celebrated Teachers Day. Dr. Arun Gupta, Chairman MIER Group of Institutions was the Chief Guest and Dr. Renu Gupta, Vice Chairperson MIER was the Guest of Honour on the occasion.
Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal and Director MIER, Dr. N.R. Sharma, Dean Academics, Dr. H R Shan, Controller of Examination, Dr. Rohinka Sharma HOD UG, along with the Centre Heads, faculty and the students of MIER College of Education also attended the event.
Deepika Student of M.Ed welcomed all the dignitaries and the students. A floral homage was presented to Dr. S. Radhakrishnan followed by a skit performed by students of B.Ed. Special Education.
Dr. Aksa Chaman and Diksha Kumari students of B.Ed.Spl presented a fusion of old songs. Enu Sharma student of M.Phil presented a composition on the importance of teachers. Students of B.Ed. also performed classical Ghoomer dance.
Dr. Renu Gupta said that Teacher Education Institutions are doing efforts to improve the status of the teachers.
Dr. Arun Gupta wished the students the success in their future life. He said teachers should make efforts to bridge the gap between students and teachers. They should maintain the Guru-Shishya Parampara as it was the base of our ancient education system.
A pledge ceremony was conducted by Dr. Rohnika Sharma in which all the teachers and students participated.
The programme was concluded with a vote of thanks presented by Shakshi Gupta student of B.Ed.
Priyanka Choudhary and Monika coordinated the event. The event was organised under the guidance of Komal Sharma, Convener Co-curricular Committee.
Model Academy, the prestigious school of MIER celebrated Teachers Day at both its branch and Humming Buds, the Pre- school to commemorate the unflinching efforts and dedication of the teachers in constructing the future of the youth.
Dr. Adit Gupta, Director MIER was the Chief Guest while Rupa Gupta, Joint Director MIER was the Guest of Honour. Other dignitaries who attended the programme were P.K Srivastava, Principal, J.K Dhiman, Vice Principal, Manager Academics and conveners.
Dr. Adit Gupta lauded the staff for their exemplary contribution in the growth of the school. He motivated the students to honor eulogize their teachers’ efforts.
At least 14 teachers were felicitated for their commendable contribution in the institution.
An oath was taken by the teachers which insisted on Quality teaching irrespective of Caste, Creed or Religion.
Chairman and Vice-chairperson Dr. Arun Gupta and Dr. Renu Gupta also blessed the teachers through their special message.
Abbha Kandhari of Class 4th presented welcome address whereas vote of thanks was proposed by Samta Dogra, Incharge Edison House. The event was anchored by Akshita Sharma and Hanshika. The programme was coordinated by Manju Vali, Convener, co-curricular activities.
Government College for Women Parade celebrated Teachers Day in campus. Students organised cultural bonanza in which teachers were honoured and speeches were done to mark the day in general. Dr. Hemla Aggarwal, Principal was the Chief Guest who stressed on quality teaching.
Students performed cultural activities in which dances, songs, debates were performed and thanked teacher’s with flowers as token of love towards them.
Government College of Education celebrated Teachers Day in the college for spreading the message of respect for a teacher who is a nation builder.
On the occasion the pupil teachers of the college organised a colourful programme which began with the tribute to the great teacher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
The Chief Guest, Dr. Sangita Nagari, Principal of the College, wished all and highlighted the importance of a teacher as a nation builder for the promotion of any country.
The Dean Teacher Education Dr. M.A Lone was the Guest of Honour. The pupil teachers of the college made posters on various current social issues concerning teachers.
The attraction of the programme was the poetry spoken by the Convener of the Cultural Committee of the college Dr. Baljinder Kour in Punjabi and Assistant Prof Rubina Yasmeen who narrated an Urdu Nazm on teacher.
Four speakers Vivek, Sapna, Chanan Deep and Bhawana added colour to the programme with their thought provoking words. The programme was anchored by one of the pupil teacher of B.Ed, Priyanka. The vote of thanks was given by the Staff Secretary Dr. Suman Charak. Refreshment for the occasion was sponsored by Peaks Automobiles, Jammu.
In order to commemorate Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday that falls on September 5, Teachers Day was celebrated at Government Degree College (GDC) Samba. Literary Committee of the college organised a symposium on ‘Role of teacher in present era’ wherein a number of students presented their views.
Convenor of the Literary Committee Prof. Renu Angurana supervised the proceedings while other committee members including Prof. Kamal Jeet, Prof. Sonam, Prof. Narsingh Das, Prof. Geeta Lakhnotra and Prof. Dalbeer helped in organising the event.
Principal, Prof. G.S Rakwal urged the teachers to try their level best to come up to the expectations of the students.
A captivating cultural programme was also organised by the students.
Teachers’ Day was celebrated in Army Public School (APS) Kaluchak. A special assembly was conducted where the students mesmerised their facilitators with cultural feast. The importance of the day was highlighted when the teachers were felicitated with the best teachers award for their commitment and dedication to the cause of education. Hem Lata Vishen, Principal APS Kaluchak laid emphasis on moral and ethical values, which she expected the students to follow.
The facilitators were conferred upon with gifts as a token of appreciation towards their unparalleled involvement in teaching- learning process.
Jammu Sanskritii School, Jammu celebrated Teachers Day firstly in the school premises followed by lunch for the teachers at Palm Island.
Students in their speech highlighted the momentousness of celebrating the day and expressed their requital to their teachers on behalf of entire student fraternity.
Many absorbing acts like dance, poem, skit, etc were showcased. Sunakshi Anand and Harleen Anand from Management and Principal-cum-Vice-Chairperson, Rohini Aima distributed gifts among teachers.
Rohini Aima bestowed her blessing and quoted that ‘Quality’ is the word which defines perfection and a teachers’ work is reflected through the quality he/she delivers in the classroom.
Delhi Public School Udhampur celebrated Teachers Day in the school premises.
The day began with a beautiful cultural programme starting up with a speech of ‘Importance of teachers’, which made the teachers realised how much their dear students love them and respect them. A sensational cultural programme was organised by the students along with the surprise package of amazing and wonderful games for the faculty members. The students in order to mark gratitude and affection for the mentors gave titles to their teachers.
The Pro Vice Chairman of the School, Dr. J.C Gupta said that being a teacher is the most tough job. They have got the responsibility on the shoulder of building a nation, without teachers a nation can’t be run.
He told the students to make the Gurus as their guide for the future as the teachers are the ones who will help them to nurture and progress as a good individual socially, academically and professionally.
Principal Dr. Kunal Anand wished the staffers and thanked them for their contribution in the school, and being guiding spirit of the students.
Later, gifts were given to the teachers and staff was taken out for a sumptuous lunch.
Teachers Day was celebrated in National College of Education (NCE), Purkhoo Camp, Domana.
Cake cutting ceremony was done by the Principal, Dr. Manju Dwivedi with faculty members. Students of First and Third Semesters sang the songs and poems in honour of teachers. Principal told about the Dr. Radhakrishnan philosophy. She said Dr. Radhakrishnan was genteel, a great philosopher and a good teacher. He got a zenith position in society.
She again said that teacher transforms the child into a good citizen.
Vijay Laxmi, Neetu Sharma, Yashumati Jamwal, Meenakshi Sharma and Aneesha Sharma were also present.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Sainik School Nagrota with great zeal and enthusiasm. The celebration began with senior cadets of Class XII welcoming the teachers and the Chief Guest, Capt (IN) A Muthuraman, Principal. The Principal garlanded the portrait of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and lit the ‘Lamp of Knowledge’ to inaugurate the function. In the ceremonial gathering, cadets and teachers delivered short speeches on ‘teachers-students relationship’.
On this momentous occasion, the Principal felicitated the academic faculty and addressed the staff and cadets of the school.
Commending the role played by teachers in shaping the personality of each cadet, the principal also emphasized the cadets to realize their responsibilities towards the nation. As a tradition, cadets of Class XII took up the role of their favourite teachers and engaged the classes.
Government Polytechnic Jammu celebrated Teachers Day with fervour in the college auditorium. The function was presided over by Arun Bangotra, Principal who highlighted the role of teachers in the nation building and lauded entire staff for their exemplary contribution to the college phenomenal success. The students presented a cultural programme for teachers. At the end of programme, certificates and trophies were distributed among teachers for their extraordinary service and exemplary work in their respective fields.
Those who got the award were Ajay Thapa Lecturer Mechanical , Shokat Ali Lecturer Computer, Vandana Chib and Itika Lectures Electrical, Harmeet Kaur Lecturer I&C, Anil Kumar Demonstrator Civil, Sandeep Kour Lecturer Architecture, Darshan Chalotra Instructor Electrical, Raman Kumar and Shamsher Chand Workshop Instructor, Ved Paul Instructor Computer, Bodh Raj Lab Assistant Mechanical, and Rakesh Bhat Lecturer physics. Vote of thanks was presented by Akshay Kotwal NSS (Team Leader) Mechanical final year student.
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