UDALGURI: Teachers’ Day was celebrated with a colourful cultural function in schools. The students of Harisinga HS School displayed cultural unity amidst diversity. Principal Simson Daimari, vice principal Tuleswar Satnami and others paid tribute to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan at the beginning of the programme. Simson Daimari elaborated the life history of Dr Radhakrishnan and citing the example of Arjuna, he urged the students to achieve excellence in life. The students performed various ethnic dances during the celebration.
DEMOW: The 57th Teachers’ Day was celebrated on Wednesday in Demow with a day-long programme in different schools. The ceremonial lamp was lit before Dr Sarvepalli Radhkrishnan’s portrait in various schools of Demow. Teachers spoke about Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and encouraged the students to follow his footsteps. The wall magazines of different schools were inaugurated. The students presented gifts as well as cakes for their teachers and cultural programmes were also held in different schools.
Dhekiajuli: Teachers’ Day was celebrated in different parts of Dhekiajuli subdivision on Wednesday. Participating in the Teachers’ Day celebration at the ASDM TC, SDSS, former Deputy Speaker Bhima Nanda Tanti said that western culture had ruined the society. “Only a concerted effort from the teachers, students and their guardians can save our society. Character building remains the prime challenge in wake of the western influence on the students and Indian society as a whole. The incredible jobs of our teachers have been inextricably associated in nurturing and shaping the minds of our brightest leaders, some of whom have transformed our societal landscape and blazed illustrious paths locally and internationally,” said Bhima Nanda Tanti in his elaborate speech. As part of the Teachers’ Day programme, joyous celebrations were seen in schools and higher educational institutions since morning as the students arrived with colourful gifts for their teachers. Cultural performances by the students set the school campuses abuzz with excitement and fanfare.