Jammu Celebrates Teacher’s day with much Zeal
RAMBAN, SEPTEMBER 05: – Birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, was celebrated as Teachers’ Day by the educational institutes across this hilly district.
Institutions including Government Degree College Ramban, Government Girls High School, Ramban, Govt. Middle School Dhramkund, Bhartiya Vidya Mandir, High School Ramban, and New Convent Institute Maitra celebrated the day with full fever.
The performance of students on stage exclusively for teachers was a memorable one. Students from all classes exhibited their talents as a treat to the teachers. Dance, music, mimicry and skits made the day explicable. The students made great efforts and ensured that teachers enjoy every minute. Followed by the cultural programme, games like musical chair were held for the teachers by the students.
An oath was taken by the teachers whole-heartedly which was given by heads of institutions in their respective schools and the same was read out by esteem guests. The oath insisted on quality teaching and developing a student as noble citizen.
Meanwhile, Nirvana Academy (A culture club) in collaboration with 109 INF BN (TA) MARATHA LI organised a programme on the occasion at Higher Secondary School Ramban where Brg. KP Sing 11 Sector RR was the chief guest.
The Nirvana Academy and 11 Sector RR also honoured ten dedicated teachers from different schools of the district for their extraordinary contribution in the field of teaching.
JAMMU, SEPTEMBER 05 – Government College for Women Parade, Jammu, celebrated Teachers’ Day with great ceremonial elegance and splendor. The chief guest on the occasion was Padam Shree Prof. (Dr.) Ved Kumari Ghai, eminent personality in the field of Sanskrit, Dogri and Ancient History.
The Principal of the college, Dr. Aruna Dubey, welcomed the chief guest and the audience and highlighted the relevance of celebrating this day. She highlighted the teacher’s Role in moulding and channelizing the students on the right path. The function began by offering flowery tributes to Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan.
The students of the college paid glowing tributes to Dr. Radha Krishnan and reverently remembered his distinguished life and pointed out the relevance of his teachings in present scenario. A colorful cultural programme was also presented by the students of the college, who displayed their creativity and talent by presenting multi-cultural dances in Punjabi, Ladakhi and Dogri. Chief Guest of the Day, Padam Shree Prof. (Dr.) Ved Kumari Ghai, in her address encouraged the teachers to pursue noble profession of Teaching with utmost devotion and dedication. She opined that teachers should be role models for their students as students learnt more from their conduct rather than their preaching.
The programme ended with the vote of thanks presented by Ms. Mutqueen Khan- student of Semester V, who also compared the programme.