5-Sep- 2018

A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops !

Henry Adams

Teacher's day is celebrated all over India every year on 5th of September to pay tribute to the teachers for their precious contribution towards the society and country. There is a great reason behind the celebration of teacher's day on 5th of September.

5th September is the birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, first president of Indian and one of the most respect teachers and thinkers of our country.

On 5th September 2018, Teacher's Day was commemorated in Sant Hirdaram Auditorium with zeal and enthusiasm. The programme commenced with lighting of the ceremonial lamp in the holy feel of Maa Saraswati, Maa Bharti and His Holiness Sant Hirdaram Sahibji in the pious presence of Rev. Siddh Bhauji, President SHKES, Shri Hero Gyanchandani ji, Vice-President, SHKES, Shri A.C. Sadhwani ji, Secretary, SHKES, Shri Manohar Vaswani ji, Incharge NHLPS, Dr. Ajay Kant Sharma, Principal, Mrs. Rita Gurbani, Vice-principal, Co-ordinators, facilitators, students and parents.

Rev.  Siddh Bhauji extended his wishes to teachers addressing them as the nation-builders. He praised the teachers calling them back bone of our society. He highlighted the great role played by teachers in building up the character of students and shaping them to become an ideal citizen of India.

He advised the students to set up their goal and aim to be achievers. He further enunciated the students to pay true homage to the teachers by respecting and trusting them. He asked the students to be regular and punctual to school. He called the teachers as a beacon of light in the lives of their students. He also reminded the students to develop empathy by feeding the birds and regularly singing 'Aarti' in the evening. He even urged the students to join the noble profession of teaching.

Shri A.C. Sadhwani ji, Secretary, SHKES in his enumeration wished the teachers and highlighted the importance of the Sanskrit phrase ' Maatha Pitha Guru Deivam'

The translation is 'Mother Father Teacher God'. In traditional Indian way of life, from birth till death, the mother, father, guru and God play different roles. He urged the children to respect their parents and dedicate their time towards studies. He told the students that a teacher is like a guide who always provides knowledge.

Shri Manohar Vaswani ji, Member SHKES, extended his wishes to one and all and shared the importance of this day. He shared with the students the importance of bowing down to seek the blessings of parents and teachers. He asked the students to be involved in utmost hard work to be an achiever.

Dr. Ajay Kant Sharma, Principal welcomed the dignitaries and propagated the notion of significance of good deeds. He encouraged the students to obey and respect their teachers and aim towards perfection in life. He even asked them to be regular to school.


The students of Std. I-XII highlighted the significant role of their teachers through their speeches. They thanked their teachers for inculcating values and ethics among them.

The speakers of the day were, Master Priyam Makhijani, Class 3, Master Aditya Pandey, Class 3, Master Saubhagya Gangaramani, Class 3, Master Karan Sewani, Class 4, Master Vaibhav Lakhani, Class 5, Master Aashish Pratap Singh, Class 4, Master Dhairya Singh Jadhon, Class 6, Master Vinay Potdar, Class 6, Master Prince Nathani, Class 6, Master Vaidik Gupta, Class 7, Master Piyush Thanwani, Class 7, Master Chanpreet Singh, Class 9, Master Pratham Hande, Classs 9.


The best students of session 2017-18 were also awarded by Rev. Siddh Bhauji and other dignitaries Master Anshul Santlani, Master Yash Thanwani, Master Pawan Raichandani and Master Kunal Jain were selected as best students and awarded with certificate and trophy. Their parents were honoured with saropa.

All the teachers were courteously rewarded by the school management for their selfless and loyal service.

The programme concluded with the singing of National Song. Successful compering was done by Mrs. Shashi Nath, TGT-Hindi and Mrs. Swati Singh, PRT-English.

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