Teacher’s Day was celebrated on the occasion of Birth Day of the Second President of India, Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan in Impact College. In the presence of Director Manish Kumar and teachers and colleagues, the cultural program continued throughout the day.
On this occasion, Manish Kumar, director of Impact College, who was present as the chief guest, highlighting the glory of teacher and guru, said that teachers play a very important role in brightening the future of students. He also greeted the teachers and students on this occasion.
Describing Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, the director said that Radhakrishnan was a great philosopher and academician. He divided the light of his knowledge not only in India but also abroad. Radhakrishnan used to say that students should not be book writers, but they should also emphasize on intellectual development, so they kept their class happier rather than making them cumbersome. Director Manish Kumar while making Radhakrishnan’s philosophy easy, said that education should not be taught to students by making them boring.
Prior to this, the program started in a traditional manner and wreath on the painting of Radhakrishnan. Swarna, Alka, and Muskan performed welcome Song. Students of BBA, BCA, B.com and mass communication explained the importance of education and teacher. Students highlight the vivid themes of the society through debate.
On this occasion, many students kept their thinking about social and educational topics. Kunal Bhardwaj, Prabhat Kumar, Ravi, Manisha, Rachak, Nidhi played a vital role in the successful operation of the program. The program was conducted by Satyam Kumar, and the thanksgiving by Mona and Muskan. On this occasion, many teachers including college teacher Dr Shubhadeep Chakraborty, Sarvjit Singh, Rahul Kumar Tiwari, Arjun Prasad, Aparna Gaur, Priya, Richa Kumari, Prabhat Kumar, Farah Naaz, Sunita Sinha, Priyanka Hansa, Ritika Kumari, Purnima, Imtiaz Were Present