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Assam Government Honours Teachers On Teachers’ Day

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Guwahati, Sept 5: The Assam government honoured 36 teachers and nine college teachers and principals on the occasion of Teachers’ Day on Tuesday. They were honoured for their contribution in the field of education.

State education minister Ranoj Pegu gave away the awards at a programme organized to celebrate the 62nd Teachers’ Day in Guwahati on Tuesday. While the teachers were felicitated for their services, the college teachers were felicitated for achieving patents for their research outcomes.

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Speaking on the occasion, Pegu said the relationship between a teacher and a student should not be of fear, but should be based on respect.

“Teachers play a vital role in developing a positive-minded society. Colleges should in fact, act as mentors for schools in their respective areas,” said Ranoj Pegu.

Pegu called upon teachers, especially those heading different educational institutions, to develop their schools and colleges as places for all-round growth of students.

The principals of Bahona College, Nanda Nath Saikia College and Chandra Kamal Bezbaruah College, Jorhat; Bholanath College, Dhubri; Digboi College, Tinsukia; Furkating College, Golaghat; Jagiroad College and Mayang Anchalik College, Morigaon; Sonapur College, Kamrup (M) were also feted for achieving A+ in National Assessment and Accreditation Council grading.(PTI)

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