Last updated: September 05, 2022, 13:47 IST
Assam Governor Jagdish Mukhi and Prime Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma greeted the academic community on the occasion of Teacher’s Day on Monday, describing them as “building blocks” of the nation. “This day glorifies our teachers and recognizes their unparalleled and unique role in educating our students. Teachers are the pillars of our society. They are the fulcrum on which our whole future revolves. They are the building blocks of the nation,” Mukhi said.
The governor, who was on the faculty of Shaheed Bhagat Singh College in New Delhi before entering politics, also said that teachers sow the seeds of dreams in life, help to germinate them and guide students to put the dreams into action. to put. “I extend my warm wishes to all teachers and thank them for their immense role in helping us shape our future generations,” he added.
In a series of tweets, Sarma also praised the role of teachers. “As diligent potters, they have molded us into various shapes – giving us life and purpose. Teachers are our best creators, after God. Forever in gratitude for the values and vision they have taught us; to prepare us to dream and live our dreams. Thank you teachers,” he said. Teacher’s Day is celebrated on the birthday of former president S Radhakrishnan.
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