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Jammu: Chinar Primary School, the Junior Wing of Sainik School Nagrota also celebrated Teachers Day commemorating the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
Tiny tots of the School from Kindergarten to Class V showered the teachers with greetings and wishes on this occasion and expressed their fondness for them through colourful greeting cards. Urmimala Das, Headmistress greeted all the teachers on this occasion and commended their dedicated efforts for the cause of education.
Government Girls Higher Secondary School (GGHSS) Rehari celebrated Teachers Day as day focused towards Nature Education and Natural Heritage Interpretation.
A programme was organised under the administration of Principal Rajni Kotwal in which three student speakers and one teacher delivered their lectures to educate the students and staff about the need and urgency of clean and green environment. Dr Shweta Verma and Goldi Walia explained the method of segregation of bio and non-biodegradable wastes.
Shashikant Lakhanpal in his lecture touched almost all the important concerns of environment.
He also advised the students and staff to develop rooftop gardens.
He said time has come to do for the environment and not to discuss only and become spectators of tragedy. He said that our eco-club will take care of the greenery of the school but it is the duty of everyone to protect it.
In the end, Principal Rajni Kotwal appreciated the steps taken by the eco club of the school to make the campus clean and green. She also felicitated the teachers Shashikant Lakhanpal and Dr. Shaveta Verma.
Enthusiasm and festivity marked the Teacher’s Day celebrations at Heritage School. Students beautifully decorated the classrooms to welcome their teachers and honoured them with flowers and mementos.
A wonderful cultural programme was executed by the Student Council to make their teachers feel important and loved. The celebrations begun a day prior during which interesting game activities like Treasure Hunt, Dodge Ball and Tug of War were organised. The Junior School students presented a colourful cultural programme. The Senior School students exhibited their love and respect by not only taking over the responsibility of classes, but also presenting an enthralling show which rendered everyone spell bound. Highlight of the programme was the rib tickling comedy skit and the exuberant dance performance.
The event was culminated by paying rich tributes to Dr. Radhakrishnan. In his address to the faculty the Principal, Heritage School, appreciated the teachers for their commendable work with students throughout the year.
The students of Doon International School celebrated Teachers Day to thank the teaching faculty for the contribution they make towards their lives.
A cultural extravaganza was organised by the Student Council of the school to appreciate the unwavering commitment of the teachers. Students, Principal, Vice-Principal and the Headmistress of the school witnessed the celebration and were mesmerised with the performance of the children. Principal congratulated the teachers for inspiring and nurturing the students to march in the right direction.
Teachers Day was celebrated by Activity Public Higher Secondary School Janipur Colony with enthusiasm.
Debate and Painting Competitions were organised by Society for Environmental Education and Research, Jammu sponsored by HESCO, Dehradun. Swachhta lecture was also delivered by Kewal Krishan Wadhera in which he showed how we should keep our environment clean and unpolluted. Manohar Gupta, Managing Director of the School was the Chief Guest in the function which was presided over by R.K Khajuria, Chief Coordinator of HESCO while Rishi Gupta, Principal witnessed the programme as Guest of Honour. In the end prizes were distributed to the winners of debate and painting competitions by Manohar Gupta and Rishi Gupta. Speeches were delivered by R.K Khajuria and Manohar Gupta.
Teachers are builders of the nation. A dedicated, sincere and hard working teacher produces gems that form the pillars of the society and build the nation for humanity. This was the theme of the Teachers Day celebrations at Kotwal National Institute of Teaching, Bharat Nagar, Jammu.
Students and the faculty members paid rich tributes to Dr Sarwapalli Radhakrishna. The students namely Malvi Arora, Vidya Raina, Manyaveer, Mamta and Megha Baloria threw light on the life of Dr Radhakrishna and the importance of the Teachers Day. A symposium on the Topic ‘Relevance of Education in transforming Society’ was also held. Sakshi Rana won the first prize while second prize was shared by Megha Baboris and Khusi Mahajan besides third and consolation prizes went to Isha Thaker and Pranav respectively.
The Director KNIT, Prof J.L Kotwal, while addressing the students said that today society needs the teachers who are committed to the cause of nation building and inculcating the rich tradition of Indian culture. Principal Bimla Billoria also greeted the teachers on the occasion. A colourful cultural programme was also presented to mark the occasion. The programme was conducted by A.K Koul, Anju Jain, Leena, Palak and Aditya.
Ranjit College of Education celebrated Teachers Day in the college by organising a function in which Manmeet Singh, Chairman RCE was the Chief Guest and Sandhya Gupta, social reformer, Baljinder Kour, Trustee were the Guests of Honour. Students of Semester-III and Semester-I participated in the function and presented the Punjabi dance, solo dance, educational quotes in a wonderful way.
Priyanka and Sonia of semester-III compared the function. Principal Dr. Renu Gangal threw light on the teaching of Dr Radhakrishnan’s life and values. Manmeet Singh appreciated the students and staff for valuing the teaching of teachers in their life. He further added that pupil teachers should be more aware about the teaching of nature as what nature teaches is not taught in any school by any teacher. Faculty members Ritu Choudhary, Anjali Singh, Hardeep Kour, Surmilla Jamwal, Jagdev Singh, Anuradha Sharma, Satinder Kour, Devinder Singh, Kiran Bala, Devinder Kour, Ankita Kotwal and Ashok Gupta were also present. Ritu Choudhary presented the vote of thanks.
Carmel Convent Higher Secondary School, Kunjwani celebrated Teachers Day with great pomp and gaiety in the school campus. The members of the Student Council organised a scintillating cultural show to denote their love, respect and recognition of the hard work put in by the teachers towards their development.
The day’s proceedings began with invocation to the almighty and remembering the philosopher-author and India’s second president Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on his birthday. This was followed by various vibrant and enjoyable performances dedicated to the teachers.
In an award ceremony, Anita Rampal and Mamta Jamwal received awards for their significant contribution in organising Inter School Quiz Competition “Quest” for six consecutive years. Nayna, Sports Teacher, was also felicitated for her remarkable efforts in bringing laurels to the school in field of sports. The National Sports Day winners were presented with special prizes from the principal. There were various games organised for the teachers.
School Principal Sr. Maria Swati A.C. lauded the contribution and devotion of the teachers towards the institution as well as to the cause of education. She also appreciated all the students for putting up a tremendous show and wished that the students would be great future builders of the nation.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Mount Litera Zee School, Tarore. A Special Assembly was conducted to remember the contribution of Dr. Radhakrishnan and to explain the significance of the day to the students.
A programme started with the welcome speech by Apporvi Gupta of class 8th. It was a fun occasion with games for teachers. Students also conferred titles to all the staff members. The programme was made delightful by students’ dance performances.
Dr. A.K Kapoor, Chairman of the school was the Chief Guest who focused about the contribution of Dr. Radhakrishnan and also guides teachers on this particular day to maintain your dignity and responsibility because teachers as mentors are the creator and motivator and they are only to shape the child. Rahul Kapoor, Director of the School regained everyone with the importance of competent and hardworking teachers who should keep the physical, emotional, and educational growth of students paramount.
Others who attended the function were Gayika Kapoor Coordinator of the School and all the teachers.
The management and students of St. Francis Higher Secondary School Akhnoor celebrated the Teachers Day.
Students put up a cultural programme to honour the teachers. The staff and students welcomed the new manager Rev. Fr. Santosh who was the Special Guest for the celebration. Principal, Fr. J. Stalin Raja thanked the teachers for their hard work and dedication. He also stressed that the teachers should possess four special characteristics such as Gyaan, Dhyaan, Dhairya and Karm (Knowledge, focus, patience with Courage & Hard work). These characteristics make a teacher special.
Fr. Santosh appreciated the teaching faculty and encouraged them to give value based education.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Guru Harkrishan Public School. A Special Assembly was conducted to remember the contribution of Dr. Radhakrishnan and to explain the significance of the day to the students.
Students presented cultural programme which was appreciated by all. Chairman of the School, Bhupinder Singh Retd DIG , Balbir Singh General Secretary and Principal of the School, Rita Popli honoured all the teaching and non-teaching staff on the occasion.
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