Tuesday, September 21, 2021
Nagaland

Dy CM, Temjen Imna greet teachers

Nagaland News

Dimapur, September 4: Deputy Chief Minister Y Patton has greeted the teachers on the occasion of Teacher’s day. Patton expressed gratitude to the teaching community for going the extra mile by imparting quality education to the students even during this pandemic period through online classes, by using innovative ideas.


He also said that the impact of influence a teacher has on the students is immeasurable and therefore urged them to be more sincere and dedicated in their duties and also not to get discouraged by the hardships. On behalf of the state BJP legislators the Dy.CM conveyed a very happy Teachers day and prayed that many unseen blessings be upon them.
Temjen Imna Along:
Minister for Higher Education & Tribal Affairs, Temjen Imna Along has conveyed appreciation and respect to all the teachers for their immense selfless services and sacrifices rendered towards the society especially during this global pandemic.
“Our teachers have gone the extra mile to adjust to the given situation and have made great efforts to impart quality education through online classes which is not a mere feat – this role deserves rich accolades,” he stated in a message.
Stating that nothing can ever replace or compensate the role of teachers that has helped in shaping millions of dream into reality, Imna said innovation, creativity and motivation are the traits that are omnipresent in our teachers; without them, our society would be in choas and wouldn’t have progress thus far.
He wished ‘Happy Teachers Day’
NSF:
The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has extended warm greetings to all the teachers across the Naga inhibited areas on the occasion of Teachers’ Day.
The Federation appreciated the role of teachers in their crucial responsibility in imparting knowledge and inculcating the noble virtues of life in the hearts and minds of students to become responsible citizens.
In a press release issued by its vice president, Atokiho Sumi and education secretary, Medovi Rhi, the federation expressed immense gratitude to the teaching fraternity for having shown exemplary resilience during this COVID-19 pandemic.
The efforts and hard work put in by the teachers, despite the lockdown measures set in place by concerned authorities and other technological constrains, to adapt with the continuous cycle of education by keeping students engaged with their academic and other educational activities is well appreciated, it said.


“As the Naga people aspire towards a vibrant Naga society, it is our confidence that our students’ community are in ‘noble and qualified’ hands which will usher the younger generation of Nagas into a new era of peace and prosperity,” the NSF said
The federation acknowledged the invaluable contribution of teachers to students’ community and towards the society and, furthermore, wished them success in the pursuit of all their noble endeavours.
(Page News Service)

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