Date : 6 Apr 2020 | Category : News
The School of Business Management The Rajasthan Institute of Engineering and Technology conducted “Teacher’s day celebration on September 5th, 2019. A good teacher has greater influence in shaping the life of an individual, even more than his/her parents. In our country’s culture, a teacher has been given a place above the almighty God. A good teacher’s proper guidance and support is very important in achieving one’s goal in life. We Indians, who take great pride in reinventing good traditional practices, celebrate TEACHER’S DAY every year.
Teachers’ Day is celebrated on 5th of September to honor and acknowledge the contribution made by Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was born on 5th September, 1888 and countless numbers of teachers in helping and moulding the careers of lakhs of students and in turn shaping the destiny of India. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a great scholar, philosopher and teacher of modern India and also the 2nd President of our country.
The programme was held in “Sir Chotu Ram Seminar Hall” started with the tribute to all the teachers by the students. The hall was beautifully decorated by the students.
A prayer “guru brahma guru Vishnu” was sung by the students of II year MBA
The function was graced by Dr. Saroj Hiranwal, Principal, RIET, Dean Academics, Prof. Kapil Dev Sharma, Dr. Sachin Sharma, Vice Principal, Prof D D Johri, Advisor TPO, all the faculty members of MBA and also the visiting faculties. Along with HOD MBA Dr Monika Shekhawat , Prof Vijaya Chakravarty, Ms Savita Jangid, Asst Prof MBA, Ms Ritika Sharma, Asst Prof MBA, Ms Priya Gupta, Asst Prof MBA, Ms Saba Jamal also attended the function.
HOD MBA Dr Monika Shekhawat appreciated the students for their great efforts and wished them great success in all their work in life. She also spoke about the role of a teacher in the lives of the students and how a teacher is respected for all that they do for the students and the society all over the world.
The stage was further handed over to the students for the next performances. The students carried the function with tagging of teachers and many cultural performances as singing, dancing, and recited self composed poems. Students of MBA First year also put up a number of dance and song items.
In her special speech, HOD MBA Dr Monika Shekhawat said that for a student, development in character and values comes first. If the students can work over such traits then only they can be good students. Teachers play a major role in making their students responsible citizens of tomorrow and good human beings. It is impossible to imagine our lives without teachers. They are the foundation stone of our future. We can never thank our teachers enough for their immense contribution in a student’s life. Teacher’s Day is celebrated to show our acknowledgement and recognition of the hard work put in by our teachers towards our development. Dr. Saroj Hiranwal, Principal, RIET highly appreciated the students for all their creativity. She further thanked all the students for their enthusiasm for the beautiful function and the respect shown to the teachers. The cake cutting ceremony was held after this along with sumptuous snacks served to all the teachers and students.
The day ended with a lot of dancing and singing which spread a happy note and a lot of enjoyment.