MIER Celebrates completion of 79 glorious years of its service to education
Established in the year 1981, MIER College of Education has the proud distinction of being the first College of Education in the private sector in Jammu province. With its remarkable achievements, MIER college of Education emphasizes pursuit of high ideals namely excellence in teaching and learning, high achievement levels, all round development of personality, self-reliance, Innovation and introduction of new technologies, besides ensuring professional growth.
An impressive cultural programme was presented by the students of Humming Buds, both branches of Model Academy and MIER College of Education. The cultural Programme commenced with Guru Vandana in order to eulogise the greatness of a teacher which mesmerized the audience. The little angels of Humming Buds presented attractive dance numbers entitled ‘Going on a Trip’ and ‘The Planet song’. The school students presented a play highlighting religious tolerance entitled ‘Anekta mein Ekta‘, ‘Cheraw’ bamboo dance, ‘Bhag Milkha Bhag’ dedicated to internationally acclaimed Indian Sports persons and a ballet dance performance ‘Go Green’ based on environmental theme were awe inspiring. The Rock performance by Model Rockers led by Master Anmol Jaswal and Vidhi, students of Model Academy and mega-finalist of the internationally reputed television show, Indian Idol Junior enthralled one and all. Traditional Punjabi bhangra, a semi classical dance ‘Navras’ and a street play inspired by ‘Swach Bharat Abhiyan’ by the B.Ed students had the audience in raptures.
The Chief Guest, Mr. Wattal in his address lauded the role of MIER in spreading quality education and for producing enlightened citizens equipped with the necessary skills to assume leadership role in all walks of life. He lauded the efforts of the students and teachers in the organization of cultural programme and winning top prizes in several curricular areas. He also extended heartiest congratulations to MIER on this occasion and wished all the best for its future endeavours. Mr. Wattal said that humanity is the largest and the greatest religion and children must observe this religion in all institutions. The Chief Guest also requested the large audience to observe one minute silence in the memory of the innocent children who were killed in the terrorist attack in Peshawar, Pakistan a day before.
A Vote of thanks was presented by Dr. Adit Gupta, Joint Director MIERwhoexpressed heartfelt gratitude to the Chief Guest and parents on behalf of the students, staff and management of the institute for providing the much needed encouragement and assured that the institute will continue to serve the society with greater verve and enthusiasm. He thanked all the dignitaries, honoured guests and media for having graced the occasion and appreciated the role of the dedicated team of staff members for making the function a grand success.