Teachers’ Day Celebration, Inspiria, Siliguri

“A life of joy and happiness is possible only on the basis of knowledge… and the spread of enlightenment will abolish all wrong” – Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – whose birth anniversary we celebrate as Teacher’s Day.

Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

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Teacher’s Day is celebrated on the 5th of September each year as a tribute to the valuable contribution made by teachers to the society by imparting knowledge and enlightening along with shaping the career of the students.

On the 126th birth anniversary of the great philosopher, former President of India, Bharat Ratna awardee Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Inspiria Knowledge Campus, Siliguri went ahead and met eminent Professors of Siliguri and took their message for the students on the occasion of Teachers’ Day.

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Ms. Deepika Thapa, Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, University of North Bengal spoke about the role of Teacher’s not only in a Student’s life but also in the development of society as a whole.
Dr. Naresh Chandra Khati, Associate Professor, Department of Nepali, University of North Bengal spoke about how the students need to think about building their career rather than focusing on unwanted and unnecessary things.

Dr. Gokul Sinha, Senior Linguist, Department of Nepali, University of North Bengal spoke about how money can make a person go astray from their main agenda. Money is the main evil which plays havoc in people’s lives.

Prof. Indrajit Chatterjee, Principal, Inspiria Knowledge Campus spoke about the privileged children to help the underprivileged and educate them in whichever way possible. He asked the students to become responsible along with being teachers in their own rights.

 
We the people should remember to make a contribution to society in our own little way and not just wait for people to make the change when we know something is wrong. All of us have been students in our lives at some point in time therefore Teacher’s Day should be celebrated by all of us and not just Teachers and Students.

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