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Teacher's day celebrated across state
9/5/2018 10:37:08 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 5: Teachers day was celebrated across various educational institutions of the state with various programmes organized to mark the day. The Teachers and students of the educational institutes threw light on the life and achievements of Dr. S. Radha Krishnan in whose honour the birth day is being celebrated as Teacher's day.
A function was organized at National College of Education NCE, Purkhoo Camp, Domana, to mark the day.
Programme was brought up with lighting of lamp. Cake was cut by the principal, Dr. Manju Dwivedi with faculty members. Students of first semester and Third semester sang the songs and poems in honour of teaching.
Govt. College of Education celebrated the day in the college for spreading for message of respect for a teacher who is a nation builder.
On the occasion the pupil teachers of the college organized a colorful programme which began with the tribute to the great teacher
For the function the chief guest was the Principal of the college Dr. Sangita Nagari who wished all on the day and highlighted the importance of a teacher as a nation builder for the promotion of any country.
Modern Secular Institute of Education High School, Laxmipuram- Chinore, Jammu, celebrated the day. The students presented various cultural programs which were liked by the teachers & students who had come to participate in the function.
The Director of the school K. K. Rao explained the teacher-student relations in the present changed scenario. He emphasized that the teacher is now a guide and a friend in modern concept rather than a hard task master as he used to be. In the end the Management of the school distributed some refreshment to the students.
Government Girls Higher Secondary School Nowabad (GGHSS) organized a colourful programme to pay floral tributes to Dr Radhakrishnan on Teachers day. Anita Zutshi highlighted the dignity of this nobel profession.
This day was also observed as National Environment Day wherein an interactive session was held with the students about their role in maintaining ecological balance by adopting various methods like planting of trees. Cleaning of their surroundings so that natural clamaties like flash floods could be prevented.
Aadarsh Bhartiya Samaj a social volunteer organisation celebrated "Teacher's Day" in its office cum Library at Bhour camp.
Members explored the message and lesson - 'Love teachers and respect teachers' to have the educated and scientific world generation.
Teachers are the true makers of characteristic citizens of the country. Teachers teach and explore education by using which we can change the world. Education makes the humanity as humane. On the occasion members of ABS wished happy teachers' day to the teaching faculty and remembered the teachings of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
Government Degree College Udhampur celebrated the day by organizing a function. The programme started with the lightening of ceremonial lamp followed by Guru Vandana by NSS volunteers Vijay Kumar and Arjun Kumar of B.A.SEM-III "Naman karoon shree Guru Charna; mangal karna bhava bhaya harna".. (Dr.) Udhay Bhanu, Principal of this college expressed and extended a inspiring lecture on the life and contribution of Dr. S. Radhakrishanan.
Teachers' Day was celebrated in IECS Polytechnic, Purkhoo Camp, Domana with gaiety and great enthusiasm.
Faculty members and students paid tributes to Dr. S. Radha Krishnan.
Shiv Dev Singh Jamwal, Vice Chairman, Jamwal Group of Educational Institution was the chief guest. Students also thanked their teachers for imparting knowledge, counseling and guidance to the youth, Students also presented dance and songs on the occasion.
Paying rich tributes to India's second President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on his birth anniversary, Former minister and Congress leader Sham Lal Sharma said there is no better service to the nation than spreading knowledge and enlightening someone's life with the light of education.
The Former Minister was addressing a gathering of students, teachers and parents during Teachers' Day celebration organized by Universal higher secondary School,Shama Chak.
Terming teaching as the best vocation in the world, Former Minister said there is a teacher behind every successful person and it is the only profession which gives rise to all other professions.
Today an impressive and thought provoking programme was organized by GGHSS Rehari under the kind administration of worthy Principal Smt. Rajni Kowal. In this programme three student speakers and one teacher delivered their lectures to aware the students and staff about the need and urgency of clean and green e environment. Dr Shweta verma and Goldi walia explained the method of segregation of bio and non- biodegradable wastes.
Government Polytechnic Jammu celebrated Teacher day with great zeal and fervour on September 5th 2018 in the college Auditorium. The function was presided over by Er. Arun Bangotra, Principal of the college. The celebration began with lighting of the lamp and giving tributes to Dr.S Radhakrishnan. Er. Arun Bangotra while addressing the entire college highlighted the role of teachers in the nation building and lauded entire staff for their exemplary contribution to the college phenomenal success.
Teachers' Day was celebrated at Sainik School Nagrota 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. Sarvepalli Radhakrishanan and lit the 'Lamp of Knowledge' to inaugurate the function. In the ceremonial gathering, cadets and teachers delivered short speeches on 'teachers-students relationship'.
Teachers' Day was celebrated with great joy and fervor at Flower Kids School Talab Tillo today. The principal Vijay Luxmi along with staff members shared a few words regarding the importance of Teachers' Day. Students played the role of teachers in the school. Children showed their love towards their teachers by making handmade cards.
Teachers day was celebrated at Universal Higher Secondary School, Daraba The event was organised to acknowledge the efforts of the teachers to sculpt children's future. The students celebrated teachers day with happiness and enthusiasm.
Teachers Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and festivity in Indra public school R S pura on Wednesday by staff and students.
The function was presided over by Principal Ravi Kumar. Floral tributes were offered to the great visionary Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan by Teacher, Student and other dignitaries.
Lauding the efforts of the teachers, Ravi Kumar appreciated the contributions made by the teachers in the overall development of the students.
Teachers' Day was celebrated in APS Kaluchak with great gusto and vehemence. On this occasion a special assembly was conducted where the students mesmerised their facilitators with cultural feast. Dance, music and role play made the day explicable and were indeed the icing on the cake. The students left no stone unturned to ensure that the teachers enjoy every minute. The importance of the day was highlighted when the teachers were felicitated with the best teacher's award for their commitment and dedication to the cause of education. Hem Lata Vishen , Principal APS Kaluchak laid emphasis on moral and ethical values, which she expected the students to follow. She urged them to lead a healthy and disciplined life and create a healthy environment. She also lauded the contribution made by the teachers of the school and for their unprecedented role in the dissemination of knowledge.
Students of British International School Jammu organized a surprise programme for their teachers. They arranged a small function to honour them. The students presented gala show of cultural items in the form of skits, songs, dances to show their respect, gratitude and love for their teachers. The senior students were dressed up as glorious teachers and played their roles. All the teachers were relaxed and enjoyed the function. They also played lot of games. This is followed by lunch organised by the school management as a token of appreciation for rightly called 'Beacons of light'.
Teacher's Day was celebrated in GDC Majalta. Students of Majalta Degree College organized a surprise program for their teachers. They arranged a small function to honour them. The students spoke on the occasion and highlighted the importance of teachers and their role in making their desirable personalities. Principal Prof. Kusam Gupta said that we celebrate teacher's day on 5th of September every year to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. Moreover, she expressed her views on the role of teacher in fulfilling true purpose of education.
Mount Litera Zee School, Anand Nagar, Bohri Jammu and its junior wing Kidzee celebrated "Teacher's Day" in the school premises with great pomp and show in the presence of Chairman Er. Parneesh Mahajan, Liaision Officer Harvinder Singh Sihotra , Principal Manikarnika Bhasin, Co-ordinator Radhika Mahajan and Staff. The senior classes took charge of handling of the whole school with full responsibility. During the assembly, students spoke for building a strong relationship between the teacher and the student.
KIDZEE Pre School of ZEE Learn Ltd. celebrated "Teacher's Day" at its branches Talab Tillo, Gandhi Nagar, Channi Himmat with great pomp and show. All Students of Senior K.G class were dressed up in colourful costumes depicting their role model "Teachers". They were given demonstration by the facilitators about the importance of the day and the role of teacher in moulding our personality. Students also behaved like their teacher in the class while playing the role of a teacher.
Teachers' Day was celebrated by the students and staff of Alexander Memorial School, Jammu with great zeal and gaiety.
The senior students of class X managed the first half and took the classes. They played the role of teachers. It was heartwarming to see them teach their juniors and maintain proper discipline. Johnny William (IPS) Former IGP and President, Alexander Memorial Educational Society and several other members of the management also graced the solemn occasion.
Teacher's day has been celebrated with pump and show in the premises of Vivekananda College of Education, Lakhanpur (Kathua), under the chairmanship of Dr. Anju Sharma, Principal of the College. This day is the commemoration of Dr. Sarvapali Radha Krishan's birthday. He was born on Sept., 5, 1888, and had been a great teacher; when the philosophers termed the Indian culture as illusionary. He blended their idea by writing the papers in International journals especially, "The Quest", "The Mind" and "The Monist" which made the western philosophers to study the Indian culture in depth.
Jammu Sanskritii School, Jammu has organized two days celebration one in the school premises followed by lunch for the teachers at Palm Island a place which is known for its scrumptious cuisines. All enjoyed their lunch bestowed with laughter and happiness. On this day Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishan was born and had brought a sea change in the education system .He is being highly regarded all over the world. So we occasioned our day by ennobling and glorifying this man by lightening lamp in front of his portrait and showering flowers.
Carmel Convent Hr. Sec. School, Kunjwani celebrated Teachers' Day with great pomp and gaiety in the school campus. The Members of the Student Council, who had been preparing for the grand day for more than a week organised a scintillating cultural show to denote their love, respect and recognition of the hard work put in by the teachers towards their development. The day's proceedings began with invocation to the almighty and remembering the philosopher-author and India's second president Dr. Saravpalli Radhakrishnan on his birthday.
Students of Mother India Sr. Sec. School, R.S. Pura celebrated Teacher's Day with great zeal and fervour on 5th of September, 2018. The Students of Class 12th played the roles of Teachers and delivered lectures to the Students of Class 11th. Ridhima Gupat of Science Stream of Class 12th played the role of Principal (Sonia Tohra) and Amit Chib of Non Medical Stream of Class 12th played the role of Director. The whole event was organised by an Executive Committee of Students of Class 12th .
A function was organized by the NSS wing of the Govt. MAM College in collaboration with Jamkash Jammu on the occasion of Teachers Day as mark of respect for birth anniversary of Dr. Radhakrishnan former President of India, a renowned Philosopher and teacher. The function started with paying homage and floral tributes to Dr. S. Radhakrishnan by the Principal and faculty of the College. Dr. Sangeeta Sudan welcomed the Principal and staff, followed by throwing light on the life and teachings of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan. The principal of the College Dr. Romesh Chander deliberated that we are learners in lap of nature till the end and anyone who gives a lesson to the society is a teacher.
Delhi Public School Udhampur celebrated Teachers day in the premises of Delhi public school Udhampur. The day began with a beautiful cultural program starting up with a speech of "Importance of teachers", which made the teachers realized how much their dear students love them and respect them. A sensational cultural program was organized by the students along with the surprise package of amazing and wonderful games for the faculty members. The students in order to mark gratitude and affection for the mentors gave titles, to them.
Chinar Primary School, the junior wing of Sainik School Nagrota celebrated Teachers' Day on 5th September commemorating the birth anniversary of Sarvepalli Dr Radhakrishnan. Tiny tots of the School from Kindergarten to Class V showered the teachers with greetings and wishes on this occasion and expressed their fondness for them through colourful greeting cards.
Teacher's Day was celebrated in Bhartiya Vidya Mandir High School Udhampur on Wednesday.
The function started with the lighting of lamp and Saraswati Vandna by the Principal of the School Renu Sharma Students gave spectacular performances in order to show their love and gratitude for teachers.
The highlight of the day was the Lilliputian dance specially prepared by the students Bhartiya Vidya Mandir High School Udhampur.
Students of Rich Harvest School, Bari Brahmana honoured their mentors by celebrating teachers' day on 5th of September.
A cultural extravaganza was prepared by the children. The programme started with the speech about Dr.S Radha Krishnan. Rich tributes were paid to the first vice President of India. Students of Class 7th presented a pantomime about the significance of saving trees. Teachers were felicitated with suitable titles.
Teachers day 2018 is celebrated by Activity Public Higher Secondary School Janipur Colony Jammu with great pleasure and enthusiasm. In this program Debate and Painting Competitions are organised by Society for Environmental Education and Research, Jammu sponsored by HESCO, Dehradun.
To pay the tribute to Dr. RadhaKrishnan, Indira Memorial Academy, Indira Memorial celebrated the "Teacher Day". Students of class 7th and 8th assumed the role of teachers for this special day and organized function themselves. On the Occasion, special Cake was cut by the Chairman, Nitin Mahajan and Principal of the school Ekta Mahajan with all the staff and students of the school.
The co-curricular Committee of MIER College of Education celebrated Teacher's Day on September 5th 2018. Dr. Arun Gupta, Chairman MIER Group of Institutions was the Chief Guest and Dr. Renu Gupta, Vice Chairperson MIER was the Guest of Honor. Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal and Director MIER, Dr. NR Sharma, Dean Academics, Dr. H R Shan, Controller of Examination, Dr. Rohinka Sharma HOD UG, along with the Centre Heads, faculty and the students of MIER College of Education also attended the event. Deepika Student of M.Ed. extended a warm welcome to all the dignitaries and the students. The programme started with Saraswati Vandana performed by M.Ed students.
Teachers' Day was celebrated in APS Kaluchak with great gusto and vehemence. On this occasion a special assembly was conducted where the students mesmerised their facilitators with cultural feast. Dance, music and role play made the day explicable and were indeed the icing on the cake. The students left no stone unturned to ensure that the teachers enjoy every minute.
SD Tara Puri Public High School celebrated the Teachers Day with Great vibrancy and elation in the school premises. The day was celebrated with a glittering bonanza of dances and songs. A heart touching song by the teachers was also presented on the occasion. Member Legislative Council Vikram Randhawa was the chief Guest. The Program began with the lightening of the ceremonial lamp by the chief guest and school Management Committee followed by the Ganesh vandana. Principal Neeru Puri and school Secretary Ram lal Sharma threw light on the importance of the day. On the occasion a cheque of Rs 51,000/-was also presented by the school Management committee. Principal and staff for the Kerala Relief fund.
Teachers are builders of the nation and a dedicated, sincere and hard working teacher produces gems that form the pillars of the society and build the nation for humanity. This was the theme of the Teachers day celebrations at Kotwal National Institute of Teaching, Bharat Nagar, Jammu.
Principal Bimla Billoria also greated the teachers on the occasion.
PG Students from Division of Biochemistry SKUAST-Jammu organized the function on the occasion of teacher's day. Head of the Division Dr. Sanjay Guleria addressed the students and faculty members on this occasion. Dr. Moni Gupta Assoc. Professor, Dr. Ramesh Bali, Dr Kamlesh Bali and President Teaching Association Dr. Vikas Sharma also spoke on the occasion.
On the occasion of Teachers Day, over 50 cadets of NCC of Govt Higher Secondary School Jhulass Poonch participated in the Nationwide Swach Bharat Abhiyan Rally in morning .They also motivated the local youths to actively participate in the social activities through various.
The students of Kartar Public School, Barnoti celebrated the Teachers' Day on Wednesday in a solemn and sober manner. They organized and executed a special assembly on this occasion. They recalled the services of the first Vice-President of the Republic of India, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, whose birthday is celebrated as the Teachers' Day every year.
Dewan Devi Higher Secondary School, Rajpura Mangotrian today celebrated the birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan as Teachers' Day with great enthusiasm. A special Assembly was conducted on the occasion of Teachers' Day from Class 8th to 12th.
Students exhibited their talents as a treat to the teachers. Dance, music, mimicry and skit made the day explicable.
Vishwa Bharati Senior Secondary School, Akalpur, Morh, Jammu celebrated " Teacher's Day" with extreme respect and reverence for the teachers.
A lavish programme was chalked out by the students of class 12th. Programme commenced with tribute to Dr. Radha Krishan followed by the Welcome Address by the Pupil Principal Vaishali of class 12th.
Paying a tribute to the teachers, Stephens International Public School celebrated Teacher's Day with zeal and fervor to thank the teaching faculty for the contributions they make to the lives of our students.
A cultural extravaganza was organised by the students to appreciate the unwavering commitment of the teachers for the mission and vision of this school 'with a difference'. The Chairman, Dr. Kamal Saini, IGP (Retd) & Vice Chairman Amarjeet Singh extended their blessings to the teachers and students.
Government Degree College, R. S. Pura today celebrated Teacher's Day.
The programme conducted under the guidance of Dr. Rajinder Singh, Staff Secretary along with members of the NCC Committee to pay a glowing tribute to Dr.S. Radhakrishnan on his birth anniversary for rendering commendable services to the teaching profession. On this occasion, Prof. Kalpana Kesar, Principal GDC, R. S. Pura was the Chief Guest.
Teachers' Day was celebrated with gaiety and fervour in Sher-e Kashmir Public Higher Secondary School (SeKPHSS) Bari Brahmana. On the occasion, Ex- Minister and MLA Vijaypur, Chander Prakash Ganga was the chief guest. The students of the school a presented cultural items in a colourful function organized to mark the day.
R. M Public School celebrated "Teacher's day in its school premises to thank the teaching faculty for their contribution as they are making efforts to make the lives of students better.
The day is celebrated to pay tribute to the teachers for their precious contribution towards the country and society. The students have presented a speech and various cultural items also.
Today students of Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua organized a surprise programme for their teachers. They arranged a small function to honour them.
The students presented gala show of cultural items in the form of skits, songs, dances to show their respect, gratitude and love for their teachers. The senior students were dressed up as teachers and Principal playing their roles.
To commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, the great visionery , the teacher's day was celebrated by the NSS wing of K.C. College of Education in collaboration with "Inner Wheel Club", an international organization working for social causes. The event started with the lighting of ceremonial lamp followed by Saraswati Vandana and thereafter a variety programme. Earlier welcoming the guests, Taranjeet Kour, the officiating principal of the college, reiterated the commitment of teachers to uphold the values entrusted to them to fulfill the cause of nation building.
Teachers day was celebrated with full zeal and enthusiasm in Crescent Public High SchoolBudhal here today. ZEO Kotranaka was the chief guest and Jahangeer Ahmed SHO Budhal was the special guest of the function. The function was started with giving tributes to Dr. Savrpalli Radhakrishnan . The day had an emotional and recreation touch. The students did all the preparation with complete energy and excitement as they presented songs, poems, short Act and declamation on the life of Dr. Radhakrishnan.
The students gave the greeting cards prepared by them to their teachers.
Waqar Lone Chairman CPHS Budhal put more emphasis on moral and ethical values, which he expected the students to follow.
Teachers Day - 2018 was celebrated with immense zeal and verve at Government Girls Model Higher Secondary School, Kandoli Nagrota. The programme was inaugurated by the Principal of School by offering flowers to the portrait of Dr. Sh Sarvepalli Radhakrishanan.
Bal Shishu Shiksha Kendra High School, Kaluchak has celebrated "Teacher's day in its school premises to hail the teaching faculty for their contribution as they are making efforts to make the lives of students better.
Chairman of BSSK Shri. Kailesh Sharma and Kr. Sushil Singh Charak Founder Cum Chairman Nations Development Association NDA attended the function as a special guests. As this day always be observed as "Teacher's day in honour of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. This day is celebrated to pay tribute to the teachers for their precious contribution towards the country and society. The theme of the teachers day was "Teachers are the nation builders".
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