Udupi: GM Global School Brahmavar celebrates Teachers' Day uniquely

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Udupi, Sep 5: Vidyaniketan Public School, Brahmavara and GM Global School jointly celebrated Teacher's Day in a meaningful way.

Thomas Suvares, retired vice principal, was the chief guest for the event. He congratulated all the teachers for effectively teaching students with different learning abilities and making the children good citizens of India. "Nowadays, the teaching profession is a challenging profession, teachers have to know the level of students and teach instead of displaying knowledge, he said adding that the unity of the management board, teaching staff, staff and students can be seen in GM Global school and this is the mantra of success.

Brahmachari K N, principal, GM global school explained the importance of Teacher's Day and said it is one's duty to respect and wish for the teachers who are working hard for learning and encourage them for your success.

Prakash Chandra Shetty, president of the School Management Board, took the oath of all teachers and said that the teaching profession is a great profession. All of you should remember your Gurus. He said that when you finish your education and get success in life and come back to GM global school and share it, everyone will feel the happiness and fulfillment of life.

Ram Shetty, head teacher of Haradi Vidya Mandir, who won the best teacher award in Udupi district, and Rajaram, a teacher of GM global school, who won the district ideal teacher award, were felicitated on behalf of GM Institutions. Students were allowed to teach lessons under the guidance of teachers to gain teaching experience, Akanksha, Shreya of class 10 got the first position, Rituparna, Pragati got the second position. Students of GM Global School paid obeisance to Guru through greetings, dance and song. Pranav Shetty, principal of GM Global School, Prashant Kumar, school counselor, teaching staff and students were present in the programme.






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