Education department of Bhilai Steel Plant felicitates Teachers

Central Chronicle News
Bhilai, Sep 05: On the occasion of Teachers’ Day, the Education department of Bhilai Steel Plant organised an award function to celebrate the 133rd Birth Anniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, in the MP Hall of Bhilai Niwas.
The award ceremony was graced by Anirban Dasgupta, Director In-charge of Bhilai Steel Plant, as the Chief Guest. The other distinguished guests present on the dais were Manas Biswas, ED ( Mines and Rawghat ), Dr SK Issar, Director In-charge ( M & HS ), Rakesh, ED ( MM ), AK Bhatta, ED ( Projects ), SK Dubey, ED ( P & A ), Anjani Kumar, ED ( Works ) and Dr AK Panda, CGM I/c ( F & A ).
The function was inaugurated by lighting the lamp followed by Guruvandana and welcome song sung by the choir group of SSS X. Arvind Kumar Varma, DGM ( Education ) and the Principal of SSS sector X, in his welcome address extended welcome to the Chief Guest and other guests and congratulated the award winners. He mentioned that last one and half years had been very challenging due to Covid situation but the teachers played a crucial role in continuing the process of teaching and learning with zeal.
Anirban Dasgupta felicitated one Principal, one Headmistress, 28 teachers, out of which 3 were from private schools of Bhilai and Nandini Mines, and 2 supporting staff by presenting memento, shawl, certificate and coconut.
In his address, Anirban Dasgupta congratulated all the awardees and said that the teachers belong to one of the two noble professionals, the other being the doctors. Both these professionals play significant role in the progress and prosperity of the society, contributing their utmost both mentally and physically. Teachers are the architects who shape the future of the students, he said. He specifically mentioned the contribution of the teachers of BSP schools who have made our students shine on the global horizon. We are proud of those ideal teachers. After our parents, teachers become our Gurus in the school and later the lecturers and professors in colleges become our Gurus, teaching and guiding us through the path of life. This learning process continues throughout our life but the impact of the primary teachers lasts lifelong, he said. Thus in different stages of life we learn from different ‘ Gurus ‘ and we ought to respect and honour all of them. He concluded by urging everyone to get vaccinated and also get the students above 18 years of age vaccinated.
At the end, vote of thanks was proposed by RJ Raju, AGM ( Edn). He thanked the heads of different schools, Anita Chacko, Mgr ( Edn.) and the staff of the department for their untiring efforts to make the program successful. He also thanked TSD and other departments and the choir group of SSS X for their contribution in making the program a grand success. The program was beautifully conducted by Madam Mahua Chatterjee.

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