From a correspondent
TEZU, Sep 5: Joining with the rest of India, the Kri Niwas celebrated the Teachers’ Day in an apt way with a large number of teachers from various localities of Tezu – Sunpura block thronging the premises to get honour from local MLA cum Parliamentary Secretary for PHE & WS, Karikho Kri on the auspicious occasion.
The Teachers’ Day celebration, into its 8th year in succession, was marked by paying of rich tributes to former President Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan and lightening of lamp by Lohit DC R K Sharma.
Pleading the teaching community, Kri said that the great role played by Dr Radhakrishnan as a philosopher, writer and teacher needs to be imbibed by the teaching community, urging them to be role model of the students to build a better tomorrow.
He also exhorted them to nurture the students as their own children and mould their character so that they become worthy citizens in days to come. “Being the guardian, friend, guide and mirror of the student and society, the teacher paves a right path for them and thus contributing a lot for overall development of the student,” felt Kri.
Appreciating the way the teachers were honoured, the DC said that the teachers need accolades and respect to inspire their contribution as because of teacher we are at this respectable stature. “This sort of platform would bring to share different thoughts and opinions of teaching community and also give them opportunity to interact among themselves,” he added.
DDSE K Rina appealed the teachers to imbibe the teachings of Dr S Radhakrishnan.
Principal of Kick & Bori, VKV Tafragam/Sunpura and vice principal of Govt Hr Sec School, Tezu also shared their experiences with the gathering on the occasion.
Besides felicitation of several students for their performance in class X and XII examination in 2011-12, four retired teachers were also honoured for their yeoman services to the society.

 

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