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Teachers� Day observed across State

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GUWAHATI, Sept 5 � The Teachers� Day was observed across the State today. Our correspondents report:

Tinsukia: The 53rd Teachers� Day was observed in Tinsukia along with the rest of the State. The District Education Department centrally observed the day at the District Library auditorium. As many as 18 teachers of the district were felicitated for their distinguished service.

The meeting held on the occasion was presided over by educationist Dundubhi Bhattacharyya, former principal, Senairam HS School. The meeting was addressed by educationist and writer Srikumar Dohotia, ADCs Arup Arandhara and Swapna Dutta Deka and Abdul Jalil, Inspector of Schools. Swarna Bhajoni Baruah of Chabua College attended the function as the chief guest.

The speakers appealed to the teachers to extend their service with dedication and sincerity and guide the young generation to a better future.

Golakganj: Learning is a continuous process and the teachers must imbibe new knowledge to pass it on to the students to broaden their mental horizon, said Ganga Sankar Pandey, retired principal, Gauripur Pramathesh Barua College, at the 53rd Teachers� Day celebrations at the District Library, Dhubri, on Friday.

Paying respect to teachers, Pandey said, �Teachers are the real moulders of the society and they are the ones who can help build a prosperous and progressive society. The role of the teachers is pivotal for the growth and prosperity of the society. As they are the architects of modern Assam, they have to shoulder heavy responsibilities in the days ahead.�

The programme was chaired by Kumud Chandra Kalita, DC, Dhubri. Abdur Rashid, retired school teacher and ex-president, All India Sikshak Sanmilani, Sanjib Kumar Baruah, District Information and Public Relations Officer, Dhubri, also spoke on the occasion. The aims and objectives of the programme were stated by Abdul Kayum Al-Aman, Inspector of Schools, Dhubri.

The function was also attended by Dhubri ADC Mahin Saikia and Naba Sankar Choudhury, District Elementary Education Officer, Dhubri. As many as 66 retired teachers from Dhubri district were felicitated by the DC, Dhubri, on the occasion. A souvenir, Abhinandan, was also released by the DC, Dhubri. The vote of thanks was offered by PK Dutta, assistant secretary, Adhibidya Parishad, Dhubri.

Silapathar: Schools and colleges in the Silapathar area celebrated the Teachers� day on Friday. The students of Rekhachapari LP school had to celebrate the day on the river bank near the Sonari-Dismur embankment as the recent flood had washed away their school. The floodwaters of the Brahmaputra breached the Sonari-Dismur embankment at Rekhachapari on August 13. Later, the floodwaters washed away the three buildings of Rekhachapari LP School.

The floodwaters changed also washed away more than 20 houses and granaries. The flood-affected people are still taking shelter on the embankment. As many as 50 families of Rekhachapori village are living on the dyke.

The headmaster of the school has taken the initiative to teach the students on the dyke and celebrated the Teachers� Day. Various competitions were also held among the schoolchildren.

Nearly 100 schools in the flood-affected areas celebrated the Teachers� Day outside their school premises. The Sengajan Gaonburah Chuk LP School is among them as its building, too, was washed away by the flood.

The Rekhachapori LP School, established in 1976, has students from Arney Chapori, Rekhachapori, Deorighat and Sonarighat villages. But due to this year�s floods, the future of nearly 90 students is bleak.

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Teachers� Day observed across State

GUWAHATI, Sept 5 � The Teachers� Day was observed across the State today. Our correspondents report:

Tinsukia: The 53rd Teachers� Day was observed in Tinsukia along with the rest of the State. The District Education Department centrally observed the day at the District Library auditorium. As many as 18 teachers of the district were felicitated for their distinguished service.

The meeting held on the occasion was presided over by educationist Dundubhi Bhattacharyya, former principal, Senairam HS School. The meeting was addressed by educationist and writer Srikumar Dohotia, ADCs Arup Arandhara and Swapna Dutta Deka and Abdul Jalil, Inspector of Schools. Swarna Bhajoni Baruah of Chabua College attended the function as the chief guest.

The speakers appealed to the teachers to extend their service with dedication and sincerity and guide the young generation to a better future.

Golakganj: Learning is a continuous process and the teachers must imbibe new knowledge to pass it on to the students to broaden their mental horizon, said Ganga Sankar Pandey, retired principal, Gauripur Pramathesh Barua College, at the 53rd Teachers� Day celebrations at the District Library, Dhubri, on Friday.

Paying respect to teachers, Pandey said, �Teachers are the real moulders of the society and they are the ones who can help build a prosperous and progressive society. The role of the teachers is pivotal for the growth and prosperity of the society. As they are the architects of modern Assam, they have to shoulder heavy responsibilities in the days ahead.�

The programme was chaired by Kumud Chandra Kalita, DC, Dhubri. Abdur Rashid, retired school teacher and ex-president, All India Sikshak Sanmilani, Sanjib Kumar Baruah, District Information and Public Relations Officer, Dhubri, also spoke on the occasion. The aims and objectives of the programme were stated by Abdul Kayum Al-Aman, Inspector of Schools, Dhubri.

The function was also attended by Dhubri ADC Mahin Saikia and Naba Sankar Choudhury, District Elementary Education Officer, Dhubri. As many as 66 retired teachers from Dhubri district were felicitated by the DC, Dhubri, on the occasion. A souvenir, Abhinandan, was also released by the DC, Dhubri. The vote of thanks was offered by PK Dutta, assistant secretary, Adhibidya Parishad, Dhubri.

Silapathar: Schools and colleges in the Silapathar area celebrated the Teachers� day on Friday. The students of Rekhachapari LP school had to celebrate the day on the river bank near the Sonari-Dismur embankment as the recent flood had washed away their school. The floodwaters of the Brahmaputra breached the Sonari-Dismur embankment at Rekhachapari on August 13. Later, the floodwaters washed away the three buildings of Rekhachapari LP School.

The floodwaters changed also washed away more than 20 houses and granaries. The flood-affected people are still taking shelter on the embankment. As many as 50 families of Rekhachapori village are living on the dyke.

The headmaster of the school has taken the initiative to teach the students on the dyke and celebrated the Teachers� Day. Various competitions were also held among the schoolchildren.

Nearly 100 schools in the flood-affected areas celebrated the Teachers� Day outside their school premises. The Sengajan Gaonburah Chuk LP School is among them as its building, too, was washed away by the flood.

The Rekhachapori LP School, established in 1976, has students from Arney Chapori, Rekhachapori, Deorighat and Sonarighat villages. But due to this year�s floods, the future of nearly 90 students is bleak.