Happy Guru Purnima to Team of AES
Guru Purnima and on any other day for that matter, the basic message that a teacher needs to receive is quite simple. Anjar Education Society appreciate you”.
In India, on the full moon day in the month of Aashadha, Guru Purnima is celebrated to pay ode to the teachers. The bond between a teacher and a student is indescribable. The two – one of imparts knowledge and the other who seeks guidance – share a beautiful relationship that holds a special significance for a lifetime. Guru/ Teachers mold the lives that they influence. Lessons learned from teachers/ Guru remain with their students throughout life. Teachers that break down barriers and reach into the souls of the students that they are responsible for do not get the recognition or gratitude they have earned. Many teachers are exhausted from their workload and responsibilities. They have their own families, financial and life stresses that challenge them along with everyone else. We should always respect our GURU. Teachers need encouragement and support from the community to feel that their devotion to students is appreciated.
If you are not a teacher, take a few moments today to consider why you did not choose this profession. What would it take in your own country to attract and prepare someone like yourself for such a commitment? How might someone like you best respond to the learning needs of children, especially those who face discrimination, such as girls? If, on the other hand, you are already a member of the teaching profession, rest assured that the entire Nation support and defend your rights and understand the full weight of your responsibilities.
“Be all that you can be. Find your future–as a teacher/ as a Guru.”
With best regards
Mr. Praffulbhai Pandya Dr.shilpa Shukla Bhatt
Secretary Campus Coordinator
Anjar Education Society