JAMMU, Sept 5: Enthusiasm and festivity marked the Teacher’s Day celebrations in various educational institutions across Jammu province where students left no stone unturned to entertain their teachers and express their love and respect for them.
Former Education Minister, Priya Sethi, while speaking at a function on Teacher‘s Day at Ranbir Higher Secondary School Jammu, said that said that abrogation of Article 370 is the biggest tribute today to Dr S Radhkrishnan as he being the teacher first would be happy today that the children of the State which were deprived of the Right to Education Act 2009 due to Article 370 will now get benefits of this Act as it will be implemented to the Union Territory of J&K and UT of Ladakh.
Yudhvir Sethi, General Secretary, J&K BJP unit on Thursday emphasized that teachers’ play an influential and a significant role to shape up the future of students. He was speaking on the occasion of Teacher’s Day at Shangrilla Public School in Jammu.
PG Students from Division of Biochemistry, SKUAST-Jammu organized a function to celebrate the occasion. Head of the Division, Dr Sanjay Guleria addressed the students and faculty members on this occasion. President, Teaching Association, Dr Vikas Sharma spoke on the importance of the Day. Students presented various cultural activities.
Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Jammu University unit organized a grand function in Brigadier Rajinder Singh Auditorium to celebrate Teacher’s Day. The members of ABVP unit pit ‘tilaks’ to the teachers and got their blessings. Besides, president of ABVP JU Unit, Shubam Amar, other members were also present on the occasion.
Campuses of Dogra Educational Complex, Bari Brahmana, Samba were gripped with fervour as students put their best to pay tributes to the great visionary Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan and every campus was abuzz with activities. A special assembly was held in the auditorium of Dogra Degree College wherein the students talked about their experiences as how their teachers have been motivating them in different spheres of life.
MIER College of Education, along with Model Academy, the prestigious School of MIER celebrated Teacher’s Day with incredible gusto and enthusiasm. The day commemorated with floral homage paid to Dr Radhakrishnan. The students and teachers presented songs and poems during the special assembly. Academic excellence awards were given to teachers.
Rajiv Gandhi Group of Colleges organized a function to celebrate Teacher’s Day. Chairperson, Anu Dogra gave a motivational speech to the students and teachers. Students of BA/BCom and BEd/MEd presented various cultural activities and also spoke on the contributions of Dr S Radhakrishnan.
To celebrate the Day, a colourful function was organized in National College of Education, Purkhoo Camp, Jammu. The function began with lighting of lamp by Principal Dr Manju Dwivedi. Students of third semester sang the songs and poems in honour of teaching. They also present their views.
A colourful programme was presented by the students of Trikuta Degree College, Nardani-Raipur, Jammu to celebrate the occasion. Suman Sharma, chairperson, of the College, who was the chief guest, kick started the programme by lighting the traditional lamp.
Teachers’ Day was celebrated in IECS Polytechnic, Purkhoo Camp, Jammu with gaiety and great enthusiasm. Faculty members and students paid tributes to Dr Radhakrishnan, former President of India, a great teacher and a philosopher. Students through their poems and songs thanked their teachers for imparting knowledge and guidance to them.
Stephens College of Nursing celebrated the occasion with great fervor. The students of the College presented a wondrous and enthralling cultural bonanza. They also gave titles to their teachers along with flowers and gifts. It was followed by some entertaining fun games for the teachers.
Government College of Education, Jammu celebrated Teacher’s Day with great fervor and enthusiasm. Principal Prof Dr Sangeeta Nagari was the chief guest on the occasion. While appreciated the role of teachers in moulding the students, she said that teachers should be the role model of the students. She urged the teachers to be sincere and honest in their profession. Later, students presented a wonderful cultural bonanza.
Government Polytechnic Jammu celebrated the Day with great zeal and fervour in the college Auditorium. The celebration began with lighting of the lamp and giving tributes to Dr S Radhakrishnan by Principal Arun Bangotra. The students presented a cultural programme for teachers. In the end, certificate and trophies were distributed among teachers.
NSS Volunteers of GGM Science College organized Teacher’s Day in the college campus. Principal Prof Kaushal Samotra was chief guest on the occasion. The programme started with the lightening of lamp and Saraswati Vandana. Students performed cultural activities and games for teachers.
In Government Degree College (GDC) Marh, the festivities started with Sarswati Vandana recited by the students. Principal Prof Sangita Nagari addressed the audience and highlighted the role and contributions of teachers in the society. She also stressed upon inculcating the moral values among the students.
Teacher’s Day was celebrated in Government SPMR College of Commerce, Jammu with enthusiasm. The students hosted different activities for the teachers. Principal Prof (Dr) Anil Gupta spoke on the relevance of teachers in the contemporary era and highlighted the contribution of Dr Radhakrishnan to the society and education.
The Day was celebrated by staff and students of GDC Bishnah by paying tributes to Dr S Radhakrishnan. Principal, Dr Kulvinder Kour spoke on the occasion. A cultural programme was presented by the students. A speech on teacher’s role in shaping student student’s life was also presented by a student.
Newly established Government Degree College Kunjwani celebrated Teacher’s Day with fervor and zeal. The students organized various programmes and shared their views on the importance of the day.
To commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr Radhakrishnan, the students and the staff of GDC Katra organized a function in its premises. Dr Chander Mohan, In-charge Principal of the college was the chief guest on this occasion. The students presented a colourful bonanza of cultural items that include a skit and dance items.
Government College for Women (GCW), Bhagwati Nagar, Jammu celebrated Teachers’ Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The cultural programme began with lighting of traditional lamp by the Principal of the College, Dr Raj Shree Dhar. The students presented a cultural programme comprising of Skit, folkdance, Solo and group songs.
To mark the occasion, GDC Thannamandi organized a symposium on the topic “Role of Teacher in Society”. Kashif Qamar bagged the 1st position while as the second and third positions were bagged by Saim ul Fatima and Adil Khan, respectively.
An impressive programme was organized at GCW Parade, Jammu to celebrate the occasion. The programme, which included dances, poetry recitation and games for the teachers, was presided over by officiating Principal, Prof Hans Raj.
GCW Kathua celebrated Teacher’s Day with great fervor. A colourful function was organized during which the students highlighted the role of teachers in the society and organized a number of games for the teachers. They also presented dance performances.
Government PG College Rajouri celebrated organized an Inter college symposium to celebrate the occasion. 15 students from different colleges participated in the symposium and presented their views on the creative, innovative and formative role of a teacher in student’s life. The first three winners awarded by Principal of the College.
Directorate of School Education Jammu under the leadership of Anuradha Gupta celebrated Teachers Day with great pomp and show at Teachers Bhawan Auditorium at Gandhi Nagar, Jammu. Mayor Jammu Municipal Corporation Chander Mohan Gupta was the chief guest on the occasion. The programme was attended by the teachers and students of various schools of Jammu in which several cultural programmes depicting the role of teachers in the society was highlighted.
Heritage School, Jammu, celebrated Teachers’ Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. Students had beautifully decorated the classrooms to welcome their teachers. The programme began with the Head Boys’ speech and cake-cutting. A culrural extravaganza was organized by the students to appreciate the unwavering commitment of the teachers for the mission and vision of the school.
Delhi Public School, Udhampur celebrated the Day with great fervor. The programme started with the singing of the ecstatic shlokas song by the students in praise of the teachers. The students left no stone unturned to entertain the by teachers means of various cultural items.
Vishwa Bharati Senior Secondary School and Vishwa Bharati College of Education, Akalpur Morh, Jammu celebrated Teacher’s Day with great pomp and show. The students from higher secondary wing worked as pupil- teachers throughout the day and handled the classes very well. A cultural programme was also presented by the students.
Shiksha Niketan Senior Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu organized a function in its premises to hail the teaching faculty for their contribution. The program started with the lightning of lamp by the guests and Principal Rameshwar Mengi. Various cultural programs and dances were presented by the students of different classes.
Carmel Convent Higher Secondary School, Kunjwani celebrated Teachers’ Day with grandeur in the school campus. The Student Council organized a scintillating cultural show to express their love and respect for their teachers. The students also entertained teachers by arranging fun games for them.
The day i.e 5th of September ignited the festivity of Teacher’s Day in students and staff of Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu, where floral tributes were paid to Dr S Radhakrishnan. The students of different classes used multiple ways to articulate honour and obeisance to the teachers. Speeches, songs and synchronized dance performances by the students made the teachers jubilant.
Students of Mother India Senior Secondary School, RS Pura celebrated the occasion with great zeal. The students of Class 12th played the roles of teachers and delivered lectures to the students of Class 11th. Principal Sonia Tohra paid tribute to Dr Radhakrishnan. Students presented gifts to their teachers.
Dewan Devi Playway/ Higher Secondary School, Rajpura Mangotrian celebrated the birthday of Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan as Teacher’s Day with great enthusiasm.
Enthusiasm and festivity marked the Teacher’s Day celebrations in Spring Dales Changran, Kathua. School Campus was abuzz with activities. Students felicitated their teachers and presented several cultural programmes in respect of their teachers.
AOC Higher Secondary School, Udhampur organized a grand function to celebrate Teacher’s Day. The event commenced with Head Girl Shruti Gupta taking School Principal’s place for the day and addressing the students. She gave a floral tribute to the Dr Radhakrishnan. A cultural programme was also presented by the students.
To celebrate the occasion, the students of Mahavir Jain Higher Secondary School presented a captivating cultural bonanza. Principal Suresh Gupta eulogized the student for the presentation and performance on the occasion. Students presented gifts to the teachers.
Teacher’s Day was also celebrated by Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua. The function inaugurated with lamp lightning by Mili R Sumbria, Principal of the School. The program commenced with Mantras seeking blessing from the almighty by students of Classes 9th to 11th followed by dance performance on Ghoomar song.
Luthra Higher Secondary School organized a colourful function to celebrate the occasion. Chairman, Rajiv Luthra, Director, Sanjeev Luthra and Principal, Anuradha Luthra were also present. Students presented a bouquet of cultural activities and also spoke on the significance of the Day. The celebrations were also held at Shemrock Icons, Kachi Chawani, Luthra Public School and Shemrock Angels, Talab Tillo.
To mark the birth anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan as Teachers’ Day, a poetry recitation programme was organised in the junior wing of Nav Adarsh Higher Secondary School, Kathua which started with the offering of floral tribute to Dr S Radhakrishnan.
May Fair Schools celebrated Teacher’s Day with great fun and enthusiasm. A special assembly was conducted on this day which began with the dance performance on ‘Ganesh Vandana’ followed by the thought and talk highlighting the contribution of teachers in a student’s life.
International Delhi Public School celebrated Teacher’s Day wherein the celebrations were marked by a friendly cricket match between the students and the staff of the School.
The birth anniversary of Dr S Radhakrishnan was celebrated with immense joy at Stephens International Public School, Miran Sahib. An array of cultural amalgamation was prepared to pay tribute to the teaching faculty.
Shiva Public Higher Secondary School Digiana celebrated Teacher’s Day wherein the Principal Chanchal Kumari advised the students to respect every teacher.
Government Boys Higher Secondary School, Reasi celebrated Teacher’s Day with great enthusiasm and fervour in its school premises. Students presented variety of cultural items and spoke on the significance of the day. Principal of the School, Manoj Kumar Jad was the chief guest on the occasion, who showered blessings on the budding scholars.
Government Higher Secondary School (Camp) Bohri, Jammu celebrated the Day with pomp and show in its school premises. Students presented cultural items including an eye-catching skit on the occasion. Amid Sarswati Vandana, School Principal, Bal Ji Thaploo lit the ceremonial lamp and spoke on the significance of the day.
Government Mixed Higher Secondary School Purkhoo (Camp) Jammu celebrated the occasion with zeal and zest. The Principal of the Institution, RK Hakim threw light on the importance of the day. Students presented cultural programmes on the occasion.
Government Higher Secondary School (Camp), Nagrota celebrated Teacher’s Day with pomp and show and tributes were paid to Dr S Radhakrishnan.
Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Bazar Qasaban celebrated Teacher’s Day with great zeal and the students presented cultural programmes.
Teacher’s Day was celebrated with enthusiasm at Government Boys Higher Secondary School Sunderbani, where Principal OP Sharma paid tributes to Dr S Radhakrishnan.
Teacher’s Day was also celebrated in Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Rehari. The students entertained the teachers with their dance and music performances. The programme concluded with motivational speech by Principal, Rajni Kotwal.
To celebrate the occasion, Cambridge International School organized a Teacher’s felicitation program clubbed with cultural bonanza with the blessings of Lord Ganesha and garlanding Dr S Radhakrishanan. Special Assembly was conducted wherein children presented a scintillating dance performance.
District Information Centre (DIC) Ramban in collaboration with New Convent Institute (NCI) today organized a debate competition to mark Teachers’ Day. Students of local schools participated in the debate on the topic “Role of teacher in society”. Shoaib was adjudged overall best while Aksa Tabasum and Shafqat clinched 2nd and 3rd positions, respectively.
On Teacher’s Day, State Director for RSETIs AK Razdan visited SBI RSETI at Udhampur and interacted with the students undergoing training in Beauty Parlour Management. He advised the students to make full use of the training being provided to them and thereafter take full advantage of the loan facility under Mudra Loan Scheme of the banks for setting up of an enterprise.
Teacher’s Day was celebrated across Nowshera town in which students threw light on the contribution of Dr Radhakrishnan. A colorful programmed was organized by staff and students of GGHS Nowshera. Girdahri Lal Sharma, SSP Nowshera was the chief guest of the programe.
BSF School celebrated Teachers Day with incredible gusto and zeal in the school premises to honour the teaching fraternity. NS Jamwal, IG BSF Jammu frontier was the chief guest on the occasion. A special morning assembly was held wherein the Principal, Dr SK Shukla along with the staff paid floral tribute to Dr S Radhakrishnan. DIG/PSO Hardeep Singh and Indraj Singh DIG (Prov) and others also graced the occasion.
Sainik School Nagrota celebrated the Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The celebration began with senior cadets of Class XII welcoming the teachers and the chief guest, Capt (IN) A Muthuraman, Principal with bouquets and warm greetings. The Principal garlanded the portrait of Dr Radhakrishanan and lit the ‘Lamp of Knowledge’ to inaugurate the function.
Teachers’ Day was celebrated today across district Ramban with great enthusiasm to commemorate Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birth anniversary. At Government Girls High School (GGHS), Ramban, glowing tributes were paid to Dr Radhakrishnan. Similar programme was also held at Bharatiya Vidya Mandir (BVM) High School Ramban.
MNKG Montessori Public High School celebrated Teacher’s Day by offering tribute to Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. This was followed by cultural programme by the students of various classes.
Guru Harkrishan Public School, Nanak Nagar also celebrated the Day. The children played the role of different teachers for a day and also presented different programmes.
Galaxy Public School celebrated Teacher’s Day. Students of the School expressed gratitude towards teachers.
Teachers’ Day was celebrated by the students and staff of Alexander Memorial School, Jammu with great zeal and gaiety. Johnny William, former IGP, Usha Bannerji, former Principal, Union Chapel School, Kolkatta and several other members of the management and well wishers of the school also graced the occasion.
To celebrate the occasion, a special assembly was organized at DBN School Amarvilla. School Manager, Darshan Lal enlightened the students on importance of teachers.
British International School Jammu celebrated Teacher’s Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr S. Radhakrishnan.
ASN School Channi Himmat celebrated the Day with great fervour. Ritesh Kapoor, Administrator of the school was the chief guest on the occasion. He said that Teacher’s Day is celebrated as a tribute to the valuable contribution made by the teachers to the society by imparting knowledge and shaping the carrier of the students.
DS Heritage Scholars School, Barwal Morh (Kathua) celebrated Teacher’ss Day. Rich tributes were paid to Dr S Radhakrishnan on this occasion.
Teacher’s Day was also celebrated at Aroma Foundation School Public School, Lower Roop Nagar, Jammu, where the students presented various cultural activities and delivered speeches on importance of the Day.
SD Tara Puri Public High School celebrated the Day with great enthusiasm. Students presented cultural programme and delivered speeches highlighting the role of teacher in nation building.
The Day was also celebrated by Bal Shishu Shiksha Kendra High School, Kaluchak, where services of the teaching faculty were lauded.
Spring Dales English School, Kathua also celebrated Teacher’s Day.
Government Girls High School, Chak Malal celebrated Teacher’s Day with great zeal. An essay writing competition and poster making competition were organized for the students. Head Master, Suversha Kumari, spoke on the life and contributions of Dr S Radhakrishnan. Some cultural activities were also presented by the students.
The Day was celebrated at GPS Ikhani under the guidelines of Nirmal Choudhary CEO Reasi in which students of GPS Ikhani and GPS Gool paid floral tributes to the portrait of Dr S Radhakrishnan.
To mark the occasion, Mount Litera Zee School, Tarore organised a beautiful function for their mentors. Senior students were dressed up like their teachers and took the task of teaching their followers like their teachers. A melodious song and fabulous dance performance was presented by the students.
Teacher’s Day was celebrated by Lord Mahavira Playway School Shiv Nagar, Jammu with great fanfare and enthusiasm.
The Day was celebrated at Tiny Scholars School with great enthusiasm. Teachers were freed from their routine for the day and the students of higher classes acted as a teacher and played their role well.
Skill Sharpening Playway School celebrated Teachers Day with full enthusiasm and the students organized a colourful programme.
Aadarsh Bhartiya Samaj—a social organization celebrated Teacher’s Day in its office at Bhour Camp with the message ‘Respect Teachers/Educators’.
The occasion was celebrated with zeal by NGOs ‘Support’ and ‘Society for World Education and Awareness’. Ashaiq Hussain Wani and Navneet Kour organized a programme at NSK High School at Channi Himmat where the children and teachers along with the NGO celebrated Teacher’s Day.
Student Wing of NCP with its National Executive Council Member, Rishi Kaul Kilam along with all the student wing members of NCP extended Teacher’s Day greetings to the teachers.
The Calliope School, Doomi celebrated Teacher’s Day with great enthusiasm. On the occasion, students presented various cultural activities. Speaking on the occasion, Administrator, Kiran Raina and Principal Sunita Raina said that the teachers are the true architect of a progressive and prosperous society.