Teachers fill colours to dreams of students: Litterateur

Source: DHNS | Published on 6th September 2018, 7:34 AM | Coastal News |

Karwar: Students should excel in their studies to reach the target. Those who dream in their life achieve success. The teachers fill colours to the dreams of the students, by teaching them the right ways of living and truth, stated Senior Litterateur Ramakrishna Gundi.

He noted this while delivering a special lecture during the Taluk-level Teachers Day celebration held at Zilla Rangamandir in the City on Wednesday.

The teacher-student tradition may have started for the reason of asking questions and giving answers. The answers given by the teachers, when the students ask questions, will have a great impact on the students. Hence, teachers are the scriptures of students career, he said.

Teachers play a vital role in every student’s life. They hold equal responsibilities as parents. Hence, they should always strive hard to inculcate humanitarian values among their students and make them good citizens of this country, he added.

Inaugurating the porgramme, MLA Roopali Naik said, one cannot forget their teachers, who taught them the lessons of life and dreams for future. As teachers interact with thousands of students in their profession, they can predict the future of every single student. They play a major role in every student’s life through their ideologies and qualities, she added.

In Indian culture, teachers are worshipped like deities. They lit their students lives by sharing their knowledge and treating them equal, she said.

Zilla Panchayat Chief Executive Officer Mohammed Roshan said, “Whatever we are today, is because of our teachers. There are countless efforts of teachers behind our story of success. Hence, believe them, respect them and listen to their words. Because no teacher can expect the downfall of their students,” he added.

Teaching is not a profession but an austerity. Teachers have the responsibility to create an environment compatible for nation-building. If the education sector becomes corrupt, the entire country will go corrupt, he opined and called upon teachers to be honest to their work.

Block Education Officer Ramakrishna Nayak said, the teachers of Karwar taluk are passionate about forest conservation and protection of natural resources. Along with teaching the syllabus-oriented aspect to their students, they are making students to show interest in these social causes by organising various programmes.

The dignitaries submitted a floral tribute to the portrait of former vice-president S Radhakrishnan. All the retired teachers of primary and high schools across the taluk were felicitated during the programme.

Indian Railway Department officer Ankita, taluk panchayat health and education standing committee president Purushottam Gowda, taluk panchayat member Prashant Govekar, KDCC bank director Prakash Gunagi and others were present on the occasion.

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