BAJALTA, Jan 30: Highlighting the importance of teacher-parent synergy for sound academic foundation of children, Provincial President National Conference and MLA Nagrota, Devender Singh Rana has said interpersonal relationship between the two should form important component process of the learning process.
“Amid pulls and pressures of the modern times, the involvement of parents and teachers has assumed added and crucial significance in shaping the academic destiny of youngsters”, Mr Rana said while addressing Annual Day Function of the Diamond Public School Bajalta.
The MLA expressed the hope that alongside academics, schools would pay matching attention towards extra-curricular activities, sports and personality development, which constitute important ingredients of the overall growth of students.
“Grooming young minds is a crucial challenge, not only for parents and students but also the managements, which have to generate conducive atmosphere for youngsters to grow in harmony”, Mr Rana said.
Mr Rana expressed happiness over the growth of Diamond Public School and exuded confidence that it will play its role in missionary spirit. He lauded the distinction achieved by students in various disciplines and hoped that they will maintain excellence in years to come.
Describing annual day function as a special occasion for students and their parents, Mr Rana hoped these events will prove beneficial for the young people to demonstrate their talent in various spheres of activity.
Principal Diamond Public School Joginder Singh presented annual report and highlighted the achievements of students in various fields.
Apart from parents, students, faculty members, State Vice President National Conference Rattan Lal Gupta, Dharamveer Singh Jamwal, Chairman, Rehmat Ali, Mohan Lal, Darshan Kumar, Khajoor Singh, Shashi Kumar and Mohammed Saleem were present at the annual day function..
On the occasion, students presented a variety of programmes, depicting different facets of the pluralistic ethos of Jammu and Kashmir.
Later, Mr Rana inaugurated the laboratory and library blocks of the school and complimented the management for taking due care about infrastructural facilities, which he described key component of education, especially at base level.