Naga Students’ Federation, Ministers Convey Teachers' Day Greetings
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Naga Students’ Federation, ministers convey Teachers’ Day greetings

By EMN Updated: Sep 04, 2020 8:48 pm

Dimapur, Sep. 4 (EMN): The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and ministers have greeted the teaching community on the occasion of Teachers’ Day on September 5, which has been set apart to honour the teachers for their contributions to the society.

Naga Students’ Federation: The NSF extended greetings to all the teachers across the Naga-inhibited areas on the occasion of Teachers’ Day.

The federation expressed gratitude to the teaching fraternity for having shown exemplary resilience during this Covid-19 pandemic. It also appreciated the efforts and hard work they have put in despite the lockdown measures set in place by concerned authorities and other technological constrains, to adapt to the continuous cycle of education by keeping students engaged with their academic and other educational activities.

“It is our confidence that our student community are in ‘noble and qualified’ hands which will usher the younger generation of Nagas into a new era of peace and prosperity,” it stated.

“It is our prayer that the teachers continue to take pride in and to continue upholding this noble profession of teaching by maintaining the highest degree of integrity and dignity,” it added.

While acknowledging the invaluable contribution of teachers to the student community and towards the society, NSF wished them success in the pursuit of all their noble endeavours.

Y Patton: The deputy chief minister of Nagaland has extended greetings to all the teachers on the occasion of Teachers’ Day.

Teachers are responsible for shaping the future of every student and therefore needs to be respected and honoured, said Patton.

Describing teaching as ‘the noblest profession’, Patton encouraged the teachers to put in their best efforts in imparting value-based quality education, despite these difficult situations the world is going through.

Joining the rest of the nation, Patton along with the state BJP legislators, saluted all the teachers and wished them good health and well-being.

Temjen Imna Along: Minister for Higher Education and Technical Education, and Tribal Affairs, Temjen Imna Along while conveying greetings to all the teachers, said that September 5 is being celebrated as Teachers’ Day every year, to honour teachers for all that they had done.

“Teachers are the dream shapers, they are like candles that consumed themselves to illuminate and ignite the life of the young minds. A society and nation thrive and flourish under the guidance of good teachers; and this is the very reason why teachers are called the backbone of a nation. Indeed, the best gift that we can ever give to our society and our nation is to impart quality education to the young minds; and the people who delivers that virtue of life to our youngsters, are the teachers,” the message read. The minister saluted all the teachers on the occasion of Teachers’ Day and prayed that the Almighty bless them more for all the selfless services and sacrifices rendered towards building a better future for all.

By EMN Updated: Sep 04, 2020 8:48:03 pm
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