On this auspicious occasion of 5thSeptember, the students of grade 10 of Mahapragya Public School, Kalbadevi under the guidance of their class teacher Mrs. Jyoti Valmiki, had presented a special class assembly for the teachers on account of “Teachers’ Day Celebration”. The event began with Navkar Mantra by seeking the divine blessings of Lord Mahavira followed by the lighting of lamp, and students were motivated by the thoughts of respected Sadhviji. She enlightened the students about the values of a relationship between a “Guru” and “Shishya”. The students proceeded by entertaining the audience, by performing a musical skit which included the journey of a student during his/her school life. The assembly ended with the National Anthem. After the short assembly, the students of grade 10 took the initiative of teaching the students from grade 1 to 9 on behalf of the teachers. The students were excited to be in the place of their teachers for a day. Every student was appointed with a specific subject to teach in their respective classes. This was followed by students felicitating the teachers with a token of appreciation and a title representing them. The event was proceeded with the distribution of certificates for the winners of an essay competition which was conducted on the occasion of “Library Day”. At the end, the head girl of the school, Jigyasa expressed the feelings of students with a short vote of thanks. They were thankful for the teachers’ immense efforts for being an inspiration, role model and a mentor. The event gave us an idea about their hard-work and determination towards a student for building their future. On this special day, the students got an opportunity to be in the place of their teachers. The students also realised that it is impossible to run away from the difficulties of life, but it is possible to face the challenges of life with a strong dedication towards their aim which could be done only with a guidance of a good teacher.
“A Teacher Is The One Who Holds A Hand,
Opens A Mind ,
And Creates A Future.”
-Report by Aditi Chenna and Pranay Jain from Class X.