Birth anniversary of Dr S Radha Krishnan celebrated with zeal

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 5: To commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr S Radha Krishnan, various Government and private educational institutions celebrated “Teachers Day”, with zeal and enthusiasm.
The students of Department of Library and Information Science, University of Jammu celebrated Teacher’s day. While speaking, HoD, Prof Sangita Gupta encouraged the students and discussed the ethics of the teachers. Among others present were, Dr Meghna Dhar, Asstt Prof, Pramod Kumar Singh, Asstt Prof, contractual lecturers Sandeepa Yadav and Vinod Kumar Singh, scholars Kulvinder Kaur and Renu Arti, CR of M LISC Naida Manhas, CR of BLISC Sumeet Sharma and students of BLISC and MLISC were present.
Paying rich tributes to Dr Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan, on his birth anniversary, faculty of Education University of Kashmir observed Teachers Day at KU Campus.
During the function, teachers, scholars and students from different departments presented their papers on various themes highlighting the role and responsibilities of a teacher and challenges faced by the teaching fraternity in contemporary times.
In his address acting Vice Chancellor of the University Prof NA Shah said that as teachers they have to inculcate values of morality and honesty in our students and inspire them to strive for excellence through our actions which will make them better citizens of tomorrow.
Earlier, Dean and Head, Faculty of Education University of Kashmir Prof Nighat Basu, presented welcome address and highlighting the qualities of a good teacher.
Teachers Day was celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm at Government College for Women, Parade, to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr Radha Krishnan. On the occasion, Dr Hemla Aggarwal, principal of the college and Dr Sanjana Koul, Head, Department of Hindi and Suman Sharma, Director Physical Education, highlighted the importance of the day. Student enthralled the audience by presenting cultural programme.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Government College for Women, Gandhi Nagar, to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr Radha Krishnan. On the occasion, Director Colleges Prof Nalini Kohli and Dr Kiran Bakshi, Principal highlighted the importance of the day.
Government Gandhi Memorial (GGM) Science College organised a seminar on “Role of Teachers in Nation Building”. On the occasion, Principal of the college, Dr Satinder Singh and Principal, GDC, Khour, Dr Pawan Kumar Sharma, elaborated on the expectations of the society from teachers and students. Manmohan Singh, Puneet Kour and Vishal Katoch secured first, second and third positions in the seminar.
Government PG College of Education, Canal Road celebrated Teachers’ Day with great fervor and gaiety. Principal of the college Prof Dr Kaushal Samotra, in her address eulogized the role and contribution of teachers in building the nation. Students presented various cultural items. A plantation drive was also carried out in the college premises in collaboration with the Department of Social Forestry.
Government Degree College, Billawar celebrated Teachers Day with enthusiasm and zeal. On the occasion, Principal Dr BL Gupta, apprised the students about the great qualities that are intrinsic to a good teacher. Students also expressed their views on role, status and responsibilities of teachers.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Government Degree College, Sunderbani, with zeal and fervour. Prof Kuldeep Raj Sharma, Principal of the College, in his speech, described teachers as the nation builders and role model for students.
Government Degree College, Bishnah organised a symposium on “Role of Teachers in the Society” to mark the celebration of the Teachers Day. During the symposium students expressed their views. Prof Kalpana Kesar, Principal, deliberated on the importance of the Day.
Government College for Women, Udhampur celebrated Teachers Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. On the occasion, Dina Nath, Retd CEO Ramban and Dr Yudhvir Singh, threw light on the life and principles of Dr Radha Krishnan. Students presented various cultural items.
Government Degree College, Bhaderwah, celebrated Teachers Day with enthusiasm and zeal. On the occasion, Principal Prof RK Raina, spoke on teacher-student relationship.
Government Degree College, Udhampur, celebrated Teachers Day with zeal and fervour. Omkar Nath Bamezai, a senior teacher from Udhampur and Dr Nutan K Resutra, Principal, stressed upon the students to follow the teachings of Dr Radha Krishnan.
To celebrated Teachers day, Government Degree College, Kathua, organised a plantation dive. On the occasion, Prof Nalini Kohli, Director Colleges, Principal Dr Netar Singh, college staff secretary, Dr Janak Singh, faculty members and students, planted saplings.
Government Polytechnic, Udhampur, celebrated Teachers Day. On the occasion, MLA Balwant Singh Mankotia, was the chief guest, who while speaking, threw light on the importance of the day. Arun Bangotra, Principal, stressed upon the students to follow the footsteps of Dr Radha Krishnan.
Government GL Dogra Memorial Degree College, Hiranagar, celebrated Teachers Day. Principal, Dr Ram Krishnan and students, deliberated on the life and ideals of Dr Radha Krishnan.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Government Degree College, Banihal, with zeal and enthusiasm. Parvez Ahmed, Asma Hijazi and Nazir Hussain, were adjudged as best speaker on the occasion.
Government Degree College, Rajouri, celebrated Teachers Day with fanfare. On the occasion, Mubashir Latiefi, SP Rajouri was the chief guest, who while speaking, highlighted the contribution of Dr Radha Krishnan, for the upliftment of the educational standard.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Government Degree College, Jindrah with zeal and enthusiasm. On the occasion, students threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan. Principal, Dr Anil Gupta, threw light on the importance of the day.
Government Degree College, Akhnoor, celebrated Teachers Day with zeal and enthusiasm. Students presented various cultural items and also threw light on the importance of the day. Dr Asha G Abrol and faculty members were also present.
Government Degree College, Jammu city Paloura celebrated Teachers Day with fervour. On the occasion, students presented various cultural items and also participated in the literary programme. Principal Dr Savitri Sharma, threw light on the importance of the day.
Model Institute of Education and Research (MIER) celebrated Teachers Day with zeal and enthusiasm. Dr Arun K Gupta, Chairman, MIER Group and Dr Renu Gupta, Director, MIER, were the chief guest. On the occasion, students presented cultural items including dance items, skits and mesmerized the audience.
To commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr Radha Krishnan, Trikuta Degree College, Nardni Raipur, organised cultural activities. Dr Roop Lal Sharma, along with Suman Sharma, Chairperson, Shri Sai Charitable Trust, Dr Gayatri Gupta, Principal, Arti Sharma, Cultural Coordinator, spoke on the importance of the day.
Teachers Day was celebrated in all the wings of the Luthra Academy Limited with zeal and fervour. On the occasion, tributes were paid to Dr Radha Krishnan, while, students in their speeches highlighted the importance of teacher-student relationship.
INIFD celebrated Teachers Day with enthusiasm. Speaking on the occasion, chairperson Vanita Thakur, threw light on the teachings of Dr Radha Krishnan. She asked the students to show the same zeal and enthusiasm by participating in all the future programmes.
Bhaskar Degree College, Udhampur celebrated Teachers Day with fervour. On the occasion, students presented cultural items including recitation of poems. Madhu Khajuria, Chairperson of the college and Prof Sukham Chand, Principal, spoke on the importance of the day.
Ideal Institute of Learning celebrated Teachers Day with fervour and gaiety. On the occasion, Dr Chaman Lal, ex-MLA was the chief guest, who along with Principal of the institute Sunil Kumar, highlighted the importance of teacher-student relations. Students also presented cultural items.
RK Degree College, Vijaypur, organised a Debate competition on “Is the Relation of Teacher and Students Deteriorating”, in which students participated actively and expressed their views.
Swami Vishwatma Nand Saraswati Degree College, Chann Arorian, district Kathua, celebrated Teachers Day with zeal and fervour. Prof RL Sharma, Principal of the college threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan.
Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Degree College, Kathua, organised a seminar on the “Role of Teachers in the Building of the Nation” to celebrated Teachers Day. Anu Dogra, Chairperson of the college, lauded the role of the teachers in the development of the moral, social and ethical values of the society.
Teachers Day was celebrated with enthusiasm at Vinayak Institute of Nursing and Para-Medical Sciences. While speaking, AD Singh, Director of the college, highlighted the importance of the day. Dr Ramanjeet Kour, Principal, spoke on the contribution of the Dr Sarvapali Radha Krishnan.
New Modern Group of College celebrated Teachers Day with great fervour and enthusiasm. On the occasion, students presented various cultural items and also spoke on the importance of the day. Tarun Bahl, Chairman and Prof Siraj-ud-Din Bhat, Principal, were also present.
Jammu College of Nursing and Para Medical Sciences, celebrated Teachers Day with zeal and enthusiasm. On the occasion, IJS Modi, Chairman of the college, was the chief guest, while, Director of the College, VK Puri, was guest of honour. While speaking, they threw light on the life and teachings of Dr Radha Krishnan. Students presented various cultural programme.
An Intra College Debate competition was organised by RM College of Management and IT to celebrate Teachers Day. In the competition, Taniya Chalotra and Vikram Jamwal of BBA Part II shared first position, while Mehak Bhalla and Abhinand Gupta, secured second and third positions respectively.
Gandhi Memorial College of Education celebrated Teachers Day with fervour and gaiety. Anil Dhar, president, HESK, threw light on the importance of the day.
Centre for Cooperative Management celebrated teachers day with zeal. SK Sharma, Principal, Indu Magotra, vice Principal and Kuldeep Singh, senior consultant, threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan.
Akash Institute of Paramedical Sciences, Udhampur, celebrated Teachers Day with zeal and enthusiasm. Dr Akash Deep, Chairman, threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan, followed by cultural items by the students.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Medhavi Study Centre, Mishriwala, with zeal and fervour. On the occasion, Partap Singh Jamwal, youth leader, was the chief guest, who while speaking, threw light on the life and teachings of Dr Radha Krishnan. Dixit Sharma, Chairman, Medhavi Group of Institution, threw light on the importance of the day.
Teacher’s day was celebrated in Government Boys Higher Secondary School, Dachhan (Kishtwar) with great fanfare. The students presented gifts to their teachers as a mark of respect.
A function was organised in Government Higher Secondary School Rehal (Bishnah) to celebrate the occasion. The Principal of the School, Kamla Kumari while addressing the students apprised them about the contributions of Dr S Radha Krishnan in the field of Education.
The Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm in Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi. In a grand function the teachers and students remembered the great educationist and scholar, Dr S Radha Krishnan by expressing their views in their speeches. Later the Principal of the School, Sureshta Dogra distributed sweets among the students.
Dogra Higher Secondary School, Shastri Nagar celebrated the birth anniversary of Sarvepalli Dr Radha Krishnan as Teacher’s Day. The senior students performed the duties of the teachers by acting as teachers. The principal of the School, Gambhir Dev Singh Charak highlighted the achievements of the great educationist, Dr Radha Krishnan during his speech.
JK Montessorie School celebrated Teacher’s day with great zeal. Senior students played the role of teachers and took classes. Cultural programme was also organised on the occasion. The management of the school also honoured some meritorious teachers of the school.
Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Shastri Nagar Camp, celebrated teacher’s day with pomp and show. The principal of the school along with teachers paid tribute to Dr Radha Krishnan. The Principal highlighted the contributions of the Radha Krishnan as an educationist and advised the students to follow the path shown by him.
Teacher’s day was also celebrated with great enthusiasm in Mixed Higher Secondary School, Durga Nagar. The principal of the School, ML Raina, highlighted the significance of the Day and exhorted students to follow the footsteps of the visionary philosopher.
Delhi Public School celebrated Teachers Day with zeal and enthusiasm. Principal of the school, S Sonar along with faculty and students paid tributes to Dr Radha Krishnan. On the occasion, students presented various cultural items.
SM Shishu Niketan Higher Secondary School, Anand Nagar and its junior wing “Kidzee” celebrated Teachers Day with great pomp and show. On the occasion, Parneesh Mahajan, Managing Director, Liaison Officer, Harvinder Sihotra, Principal Sunita Koul, faculty and students paid tributes to Dr Radha Krishnan.
Maharaja Hari Singh DAV Public Higher Secondary School, Udhampur celebrated Teachers Day. On the occasion, MLA Balwant Singh Mankotia, was the chief guest, who along with Durgesh Nandini, Principal of the institution, highlighted the importance of the day. Students presented various cultural items.
May Fair Higher Secondary School, Chand Nagar, celebrated Teacher’day with zeal and enthusiasm. The students presented cultural programmes and delivered short speeches highlighting the day. The Chairman of the School, Vijay Basur and vice-principal, Beant Singh, highlighted the achievements of Dr Radha Krishnan.
The Day was celebrated in Government Ranbir Higher Secondary School, Jammu with pomp and show. The chief guest on the occasion, CEO, Jammu, addressed the students and highlighted the importance of the day. He impressed upon the teachers to give stress on moral education.
Shanti Niketan Higher Secondary School, Bishnah, celebrated Teacher’s day with colourful songs and dance programmes. Besides teachers and students, prominent members of the society also participated in the function. A debate competition was organised on the occasion, and the winners were awarded prizes by the Principal, Anita Naresh Banu.
Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Rehari organised a colourful function to celebrate Teacher’s day. Principal of the School, Rajni Kotwal, addressing the students elaborated the significance of the Day and advised the students to follow the footsteps of Dr Krishnan.
A colourful function was organised in Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Bakshi Nagar, to commemorate the great educationist, Dr Radha Krishnan. The day started with students performing the roles of the teachers. Principal of the School, Sarita Anand lauded the students for organising memorable function and distributed sweets among them.
On the eve of Teacher’s day, a cultural programme was organised in Government Higher Secondary School, Muthi. The principal, RL Gupta, along with teachers paid rich tributes to Dr Radha Krishnan. He stressed upon the teachers to inculcate moral values in students.
Teacher’s day was celebrated with great enthusiasm in Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Akhnoor. A debate competition was organised, where in the students through light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan. The students performed cultural activities and presented gifts to the teachers.
On the auspicious occasion of Birth anniversary of Dr Radha Krishnan, a grand function was organised in Government Boys Higher Secondary School, Samba. The students threw light on the life history and contributions of Dr Radha Krishnan. The Principal, Neelam Gandotra, advised the students to follow the path shown by the second president of the Country.
Teacher’s day celebrated at zonal level in the premises of Government Higher Secondary School, Pouni (Reasi). A total of 11 schools participated in the function. A debate competition was organised besides cultural programmes, in which the students participated with zeal. The Principal of the School, Jagdish Raj Sharma, exhorted upon the students and staff members to follow the teachings of Dr Radha Krishnan.
Government Higher Secondary School, Smailpur, witnessed Teacher’s day in an impressive function organised in the school premises. The students revealed their love for the teachers through well-crafted activities and skits. The principal of the School, Anita Zutshi, impressed upon the students to imbibe high ideals in them as propagated by the great teacher, Dr Radha Krishnan.
The Birth anniversary of Dr Radha Krishnan was celebrated in Government Higher Secondary School, Paloura with great enthusiasm. Rich tributes were paid to Dr Krishnan by the staff and the principal. State Bank of India, Hari Market, provided a water purifier to the Middle Wing of the School. The principal of the School, Ajeet Sharma appreciated the initiative of the Bank and highlighted the importance of the Day.
Government Higher Secondary School, Harni, Mendhar, celebrated Teachers Day with enthusiasm. On the occasion, a seminar on “Role of Teachers in Society” was organised, in which Rizwana Nazir, Sava Firdous and Ishtiaq Ahmed, were adjudged first, second and third respectively. Principal of the institution, Madan Lal Sharma, threw light on the importance of the day.
Government Higher Secondary School, Chowki Choura (Akhnoor) celebrated Teacher’s day with great pomp and show. The students delivered speeches highlighting the importance of the day and presented gifts to the teachers. The Principal of the School, AK Tickoo, in his address asked the students and teachers to follow the footsteps of Dr Radha Krishnan.
Teacher’s day was celebrated with great fanfare in Government Boys, Higher Secondary School, Bhaderwah. MLC Naresh Kumar Gupta, who was the chief guest on the occasion, while addressing the gathering threw light on the importance of the day. The principal of the School, Ajit Singh Kotwal advised the students and teachers to follow the footsteps of the great educationist, Dr Radha Krishnan.
On the auspicious occasion of Teacher’s day, a grand function was organised in Government Boys Higher Secondary School, Bakshi Nagar. The principal of the School, Subhash Chowdhary, addressing the students threw light on the life history of Dr Radha Krishnan. Sweets were also distributed among the students.
Government Higher Secondary School, Boys, Akhnoor, celebrated the birth anniversary of Dr Radha Krishnan by organising a cultural programme in the school premises. The principal, along with teachers paid homage to the great educationist and philosopher, Dr Radha Krishnan. He advised the students to follow the path shown by Dr Radha Krishnan.
The Teacher’s day was celebrated in Government Higher Secondary School, Hatli (Kathua), with pomp and show. The principal of the School, Neelam Sudha, as well as teachers paid homage to Dr S Radha Krishnan. The students presented cultural programmes and delivered speeches based on the philosophy of Dr S Radha Krishnan. The principal during her address stressed upon the students to follow the path shown by the great educationist.
The Day was celebrated with pomp and show in Army Public School, Akhnoor. The students presented gifts to the teachers and performed their duties and responsibilities for the whole day. On behalf of the Management of the School, Col Kapil threw light on the importance of the day.
BSF School celebrated Teacher’s day with fervour and gaiety to pay tribute to the great educationist, Dr Sarvepalli Radha Krishnan. A floral tribute was paid to Dr S Radha Krishnan. NS Jamwal, DIG/PSO was the chief guest, who in his speech said that teaching is a noblest profession and the teachers are the most responsible members of the society, as their professional efforts affect the fate of the Earth.
JK Convent School organised a fancy dress competition on the eve of Teacher’s day. The winners were awarded with prizes. The Chairman of the School, Rohit Bains, during his speech threw light on the life and work of Dr S Radha Krishnan. Senior leader, PDP, Sohan Singh Sony, was the chief guest on the occasion.
Junior and senior wing of KC Public School, celebrated Teachers Day, with zeal and enthusiasm. On the occasion, tributes were paid to Dr Radha Krishnan, followed by cultural items by the students.
To celebrate Teacher’s day, Luthra Academy, Gandhi Nagar, organised a colourful function in school premises, presided by Principal of the School, Madhu Luthra. The students and the members of Bharat Vikas Parishad threw light on the importance of the day and highlighted the contributions of Dr Radha Krishnan in the field of Education.
Teacher’s day was celebrated with zeal in Khalsa Model Academy, Udhampur. The students and teachers paid homage to the great educationist and philosopher, Dr Radha Krishnan, who was also the second president of India. The principal distributed sweets among the students.
Humanity Public School, Bari Brahamana, celebrated Birth anniversary of Dr Radha Krishnan with great enthusiasm. The students of senior classes acted as pupil-teachers and performed the duties of the teachers. The principal of the School, Gaurav Charak in his address explained the role of a good teacher and asked the teachers to inculcate moral values in students.
Vishwa Bharti Public School celebrated the Day with gusto and grace. The day was marked by songs, kawaliis, dances and speeches. The senior students acted as teachers and performed the duties of teachers. The students presented gifts to the teachers.
To mark the Birth anniversary of Dr Radha Krishnan, a colourful programme was organised in Banyan International School, Jammu. The programme included group songs, dances and short skits. The senior students dressed in formal attire took over the mantle of responsibility by stepping into the shoes of teachers and taking charge of the school for the day.
Tiny Tots School celebrated Teacher’s day amid colourful programmes presented by students. A card making competition was organised on the occasion. The best teacher award was presented to Monika Prashar, by the Principal, Dr Vikram Handa.
Teacher’s day was celebrated in Delhi Public School by organising a grand function. The head boy and the head girl of the school highlighted the importance of the day. The Chairman of the School, DR JC Gupta, in his address said that teachers are the plotters and the children are the clay. He advised teachers and students to follow the footsteps of Dr Radha Krishnan.
Heritage School celebrated Teacher’s day with great zest and enthusiasm. The day started with cultural programmes. Many interested games were also organised, which infused the celebration with fun and joy. In his address, Principal lauded the students for the efforts put in by them to make the day special.
A simple but impressive function was organised to celebrate Teacher’s day in Happy Home Higher Secondary School, Jawahar Nagar. The teachers as well as students paid rich tribute to Dr Radha Krishnan on his birth anniversary. The students presented gifts to the teachers and pledged to follow the path laid down by Dr Radha Krishnan.
Shiv Public Higher Secondary School, Ghou Manhasa, celebrated the Day with great enthusiasm under the guidance of MD, BS Salaria and Principal, CL Bhan, who in their speeches highlighted the importance of the day. The day was also marked by cultural items including songs and dances.
Government Girls High School Katra celebrated Teachers Day with enthusiasm. Students presented various cultural items. Harish Dubey, Senior Headmaster, threw light on the importance of the day. On the occasion, UCO Bank, Branch Katra, distributed stationery and other materials among the meritorious students.
Teacher Day was celebrated at Government Girls High School, Pull Tawi with zeal and enthusiasm. On the occasion, Madhu Misra, Headmistress, threw light on the importance of the day.
Silver Bells High School, celebrated Teachers Day with fanfare. Principal, teachers and students spoke on the life history of Dr Radha Krishnan. Neeru Puri, Principal, highlighted the importance of the day.
National Public High School, Shiv Nagar, celebrated Teachers Day with enthusiasm. On the occasion, students presented cultural items, and mesmerized the audience.
Crescent Public School, Janipur celebrated Teacher’s Day with great pomp and show. Students presented cultural bonanza and distributed cards and gifts to their teachers on the occasion. Arshad Choudhary, Chairman of the School was the chief guest while Tasneem Kouser, Managing Director, Rajinder Singh Pathania, Principal, besides staff members, were also present on the occasion.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Aroma Foundation Public School, Lower Roop Nagar, with enthusiasm and zeal. On the occasion, Principal, Kamal Sharma, highlighted the importance of the day, followed by cultural programme by students.
SD Tara Puri High School, Gandhi Nagar celebrated Teachers Day with great fervour and enthusiasm. Students in their speeches threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan. Ram Lal Sharma Neeru puri, principal, highlighted the importance of the day.
Teachers Day was celebrated with enthusiasm at Arya Kanya Vidyalaya High School, Purani Mandi. On the occasion, students presented cultural items. Madan Lal Abrol, Principal, threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan.
Maha Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir Public School, Reshamgarh, celebrated Teachers Day with enthusiasm. On the occasion, RC Vaid, Ex-ZPEO, was the chief guest, who along with Principal Kavita Vaid, threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan.
Apple Kids International Pre School, Bantalab, celebrated Teachers Day with zeal and fervour. Puja Sharma, Principal of the school, briefed the students about the importance of the day.
Teachers Day was celebrated at Astrokids Playway School, Sainik Colony. On the occasion, Archana Sharma, Chairperson of the school, lauded the contribution made by the teachers for the cause of the education.
Lord Mahavira Playway School, celebrated Teachers Day with enthusiasm. On the occasion, various games were organised. Madhu Sharma, Principal, threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan.
J&K State Bharat Scouts and Guides Association celebrated Teachers Day. On the occasion, national group song was organised, in which scouts/ guides along with their leaders, from different institutions participated. JL Kotwal, Ex-Principal, Higher Education Department, who was the chief guest, along with ID Soni, State Commissioner (S), threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan.
National Secular Forum (NSF), under the chairmanship of its State President, Dr Vikas Sharma, celebrated Teachers Day in the Jammu University campus. The activists of NSF along with Dr Sharma, presented trophy to Vice Chancellor, Prof Mohan Pal Singh. Prof Ishar while speaking highlighted the role of teachers in the student’s life.
Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad celebrated Teachers Day at Government Girls Higher Secondary School and Government Boys Higher Secondary School, RS Pura. On the occasion, Sonia Sharma, Vishal Chib, ABVP activists, Garo Devi, Principal, GGHSS and Sohan, Principal, GBHSS, threw light on the importance of the day.
Jammu University Teachers Association (JUTA) celebrated Teachers Day. On the occasion, Prof MPS Ishar, was the chief guest, who along with JUTA president Prof Dalip Singh Jamwal, Prof Yash Pal and Prof Neelam Saraf, expressed their views and enlightened the gathering with the significance of the day.
J&K United School Teachers Association held a day long convention at Goswami Guru Nana Dass hall, to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr Radha Krishnan. During the convention, speakers threw light on the life of Dr Radha Krishnan and student-teacher relation.
District Information Centre, Udhampur organised a symposium on “Role of Teachers in the Society” at Government High School, Kawa. On the occasion, Principal of the host school, Neelam Sharma, was the chief guest. Varun, Sahil and Poonam Sharma, secured first, second and third positions respectively, while, Nitu Devi and Payal bagged consolation prizes.
People’s Democratic Trade Union (DTU) and Democratic Teachers’ forum (DTF) celebrated Teachers Day at district Doda. On the occasion, CEO, YR Thusu, was the chief guest, while Kapil Bakshi, State president, DTF and Suresh Sharma, State president, DTU, were also present.
Provincial Teachers Welfare Forum celebrated Teachers Day at Government Higher Secondary School, Rajouri. The speakers in their speeches threw light on the importance of the day.
Rashtriya Rifles located at Sarh organised a painting competition at Government Higher Secondary School, Mahore, to celebrate Teacher’s Day, in which students from various schools participated. The themes selected were Mission Olympics, Portraits of freedom fighters, Festivals of India, landscapes and day in the Zoo respectively. The event culminated with distribution of prizes in each category to winners and appreciating the participants for their efforts.

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