Teachers’ Day Message to Students & Teachers from J&K LG Sinha: Strive to be Yourselves

The Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir, Shri Manoj Sinha felicitated the teachers in Kashmir on Teachers’ Day. He said only a few get the awards because the number of prizes is limited. Former President and great educationist Dr Sarvepalli Rahakrishnan’s birth anniversay is the only festival in which we honor such personalities in a living manner who awaken the dormant soul of another person. And whose teaching life mission is not to earn business but do personality building. The one who is totally opposed to faith in anything and instead creates doubt in everything is a teacher, LG said. The teacher creates a system that suits the needs of the time and society. May the strengths created as a student pave the way to facilitate rapid social and economic progress in the future, LG said. Dr Radhakrishnan used to say we need teachers who are famous for their knowledge. One who is eager to keep increasing his knowledge along with teaching. With the National Education Policy 2020, the Prime Minister has given a gift that the country was waiting for a long time. Classroom and syllabus strengthen your roots. These lay the foundation of your personality. These form the basis of your journey and create that power in you so you can start your own search. But it is necessary for lifelong learning. But lifelong learning requires an expectation to learn outside the classroom, LG said. Curiosity should arise in your mind. On Teachers’ Day, the Lieutenant Governor gave this message to both teachers and students that he does not want people to become like others rather they should strive to be themselves. LG said he was thankful to the Education Department of Jammu & Kashmir for implementing the NEP on grounds. I believe that there is a difference between implementing it on paper and putting it in front of children in practice. Can we take a pledge today to do what we have done on paper? Can we resolve today that the work we have done in the papers should be taken even to the girls and boys of faraway based schools? If we have resolved this then it would be a true tribute to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on his birth anniversary, LG said

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