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JSS celebrates Teachers Day

JAMMU: Jammu Sanskriti group of schools including Jammu Sanskriti School and Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua celebrated Teacher's day with great zeal & enthusiasm.

A special assembly was organised in honour of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishan and teachers which commenced with a video conveying gratitude to their mentors. This was followed by welcome address by Manali (Student of Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu).

Rohini Aima (Principal Cum Vice-Chairperson) addressed the gathering with her enthralling speech. Ensuing this, titles were given to teachers which enthralled everyone.
Jhanavi (Student of Jammu Sanskriti School) highlighted the prominence of teachers' day, a beautiful melody was presented in honour of teachers and with vote of thanks by Pushvinder (Student of Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu).

The entire event was organized by Megh Jyoti (Activity Incharge Senior Wing). The entire school although virtually but brimmed with gaiety and reverence for teachers where students from different wings performed multifarious activities like card making, dedicating songs etc.

The highlight of the day was the celebration in the evening when faculty from Jammu Sanskriti School, Kathua joined hands with in this venture. The event began formally and ended with hilarity where in teachers, coordinators were engrossed in jubilant celebration of teachers' day.

This celebration commenced in the benign presence of Harpreet Singh Anand (Chairperson, Jammu Sanskriti School), Rohini and Mili R. Sumbria (Principal, Jammu Sanskkriti School, Kathua).

Speaking on the occasion, Rohini Aima conveyed her gratitude and best wishes to the teacher's fraternity for their commendable spirit in creating a realm of solutions for every problem. She also asserted that in the best of times and in the worse times, the dedication of teachers lead to miracles and dissemination of knowledge in a constructive way.


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