Resubelpara, Sept 5: The department of Education, North Garo Hills district on Monday celebrated the occasion of Teachers’ Day at Resubelpara Girls Higher Secondary School in Resubelpara to honour the dedication of teachers in shaping the future of the young minds.
Gracing the gathering as the chief guest, T D Shira, deputy speaker and local MLA feted the selfless service of the teaching fraternity in their significant role of transforming lives.
“Teachers are the potter and students the clay; the tomorrows of the students’ depends on how they are moulded by the teachers”, he added while pressing upon the teachers to continue their flame of imparting the light of education.
Shira while congratulating the teachers’ awardees also acknowledged the teaching community for their contribution towards nation building. He also urged upon the students to emulate the values of great leaders thereby becoming responsible citizens of the State in general and the country as a whole.
RP Marak, deputy commissioner in his speech also lauded the sincere dedication of teachers for bringing the best of every individual. Referring to the services of teachers beyond the four walls, he said teachers contributed as much as any community during the Covid-19 situation by spreading awareness in nook and corner of the district.
Acknowledging the valuable bond of teacher – student relation, Marak implored the students to work hard and be fix in their goal while urging teachers to provide effective guidance.
The district teachers awardees were Margareth Momin, assistant teacher, Resubelpara Govt HSS (secondary level), Clarish Marak, head teacher, L.J.Ao Memorial UP School Mendipather (primary level) and Pillarson Momin, head teacher, Chilpara Reserve LP School (lower primary level).
The best scout master and guide captain of the district were Johnywest Sangma, Daram Unin Sec. School and Smilling Marak, Rev.Ramke Sec. School, Mendipathar, respectively.