In the program organized by Teacher’s Day, the 36 best teachers were honored
Gandhinagar, Thursday: Governor of Gujarat Mr. Acharya Devvrat honored 36 teachers with the best teacher prizes in the presence of Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Vijay Rupani in a program held to mark “Teachers Day” at Town Hall in Gandhinagar. Nation is built through civilized youth generation through such teachers. There is no big religion than teaching, he added.
- Gujarat Governor and Chief Minister felicitates 36 best teachers at a program held to mark “Teachers Day” at Town Hall in Gandhinagar
- Nation is built through civilized youth generation through teachers- Governor Mr. Acharya Devvrat
- 100% biometric attendance to be taken through 1 tablet per school- Vijay Rupani
Remembering the traditional quote “Guru Devo Bhav:” Mr. Devvrat said that, the toughest job of the world is to educate, although it is most needful. It is the kind of duty than can only be performed by teachers. Great nation is formed through the efforts and sacrifices of our solders and civilized youth generation.
Congratulating the award winning teachers Mr. Devvrat said that, there was a time when people from all around the world liked to get knowledge and education from the Gurus of India due to their talent. Parents trusts the teachers and send their children to get education to make bright future of their children, at that moment it is the responsibility of the teacher to educate them.
Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Vijay Rupani addressing the “Teachers Day” session in the presence of Governor of Gujarat said that, Gujarat is committed to take the lead of the best education system in building a new India. He said that let us all resolve together to create an atmosphere of trust and change the system to raise loyalty and honesty in the education system.
Giving the Mantra of “Vyatha nahi, Vyavastha” don’t bother but make arrangements Mr. Rupani said that our government is committed to give priority to the questions of teachers and create teacher friendly atmosphere.
Elaborating the issue of 100% online biometric attendance of teachers Mr. Rupani said that, we have now decided to take biometric attendance through 1 tablet per each school. He also gave a signal to start such biometric attendance system in all government departments in the near future.
State Government has allocated a budget of Rs. 30 thousand crores for education department, at that time we what to create the atmosphere that Government schools get much better that private schools. Considering teaching as a Nobel profession, Mr. Rupani compared teachers with “Mother” and honored them. He praised the initiative to honor the talented teacher from each cluster of elementary schools at the end of the semester and honored 10 talented students, highlighting the glory of Teacher’s Day in Gujarat. He also lauded the contribution of teachers for drastic change in education.
Delivering the welcome speech marking Teachers Day Education Minister Mr. Bhupendresinh Chudasama remembered Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who dedicated his life to education. His name has been nominated of Nobel Prize for 27 times. 56 countries including India celebrate his birth anniversary as “Teachers Day”. Which can be considered a matter of pride for teachers. State Government is committed to make maximum use of modern technology in education. Children’s and teachers’ on-line attendance, salaries, attendance cards, income tax will be linked to the technology.
The 36 teachers awarded with best teacher award include 13 teachers of primary department, 6 from secondary, 2 from Higher Secondary, 8 from Secondary / Higher Secondary Principal Category, 1-1 Education Inspector and H. Tat, 4 from CRC, BRC, Assistant Teacher Inspectorate Category as well 2 teachers in the special teaching category.
On this occasion certificates were handed over by the Governor and the Chief Minister to the best student scoring more than 75 per cent marks in Gujarati, Mathematics and Science / Environment subject in the semester and annual examination of standard 5 to 7 from last year.
Secretary of Education Department Dr. Vinod Rao delivered his thanking note and said, “Education Department is now committed for 100% attendance after 100% enrollment in the state schools. He congratulated all award winning teachers as well students.”
On the occasion Minister of State for Education Smt. Vibhavariben Dave, Principal Secretary to Education Ms. Anju Sharma, Chairman of Secondary Education Board Mr. A.J Shah, Director of Primary Education Mr. Mahesh Joshi, officials from higher education, academics and large number of teachers remained present.
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