Teachers day celebrated at VRS
A teacher’s purpose is not to create students in his own image, but to develop students who can create their own image.
Hyderabad: A teacher’s purpose is not to create students in his own image, but to develop students who can create their own image.
True to this quotation the children of Vivekananda Residential School, Karimnagar celebrated the ‘Teacher’s Day’.
It is celebrated every year on 5 September to honour the contributions of the teachers in our study, society and country. There is a great reason behind celebrating the teacher’s day on 5 of September.
It is the birth anniversary of a great person named Dr SarvapalliRadhakrishnan. He was highly devoted towards education and well known as the scholar, diplomat, President of India and most importantly a teacher.
Teachers are the real holder of knowledge, enlightenment and prosperity using which they nourish and prepare us for our life. They serve as source of lighting lamp in our lives.
Our teachers too have lot of daily routine problems just like us and our parents but they always keep their teaching profession at top and attend schools to complete their responsibilities. Nobody say “thanks” for their pricless job.
So, we as students have some responsibility towards our teachers at least we can convey our thanks once a year. The children of Class XI and XII of Vivekananda Residential School, Karimnagar decorated the school colourfully.
The student teachers in their colourful attire added colour to the festive mood. In the morning assembly the student principal for the day, Arun Kumar of Class XII, expressed his happiness and gratitude for being the Principal for the day.
Principal T LalithaKumari, spoke about the noble profession of teaching and emphasizedthat we can’t achieve success without a teacher guiding us. She along with the Vice Principals lighted the lamp and paid homage to Dr SarvapalliRadhakrishnan.
Prizes were awarded to the best student teachers for the day and to the teachers who played the games which were conducted by students of 9 to 12 classes.