JHPS Students pay ‘A Tribute to Teachers’
JHPS holds a strong viewpoint that ‘technology and traditional culture’ should be equally instilled in the students for their holistic development and growth to be abreast with the 22nd Century.
The students across the virtual platform paid their tribute to Teachers, as they celebrated ‘Guru Brahma Day’ on 24th July, 2021, at Jubilee Hills Public School, Hyderabad.
The propitious programme began with the Vice-Principal, Ms.P.Kanchana Valli’s speech. She accentuated on the bonding and establishing of Guru-Shishya parampara with robust focus on the vital aspects of intellectual, emotional and spiritual development of a student. This was followed by an array of items beginning with a Prayer Song and Welcome Dance, skit, song and dance performances as the students paid their tribute to teachers.
Also true to culture and tradition an ancient shloka was recited by the students to express their portrayal of the Teachers: Guru Brahma ( who plants the qualities of goodness,) Guru Vishnu (who nurtures and fosters the qualities of goodness) Guru Devo Maheswara (who weeds out the bad qualities) Guru Saaksat Param Brahma (the supreme Brahman itself) Tasmai Shri Guruve Namaha (prostration unto that Guru)
The Chairman, Sri A. Murali Mukund and the Secretary, Sri. Harishchandra Prasad graced the occasion with their presence. The Chairman, Sri A. Murali Mukund, in his address to the Teachers and students congratulated the Teachers and motivated them to consciously update and upgrade themselves with the current advancements in all the subjects and aspects relating to a student. He stressed that today a Teacher has to grow beyond being a ‘Facilitator’ to complete a Syllabus, to one being a true ’Guru’ in moulding and infusing the child with knowledge, passion and intelligence, inspired and motivated to rise to higher levels in all facets of life. The teacher should be one with passion and compassion towards the student. He advised the student to be respectful, cooperative and humble towards his teacher to make an ideal relationship.
The programme closed with a Vote of thanks and National song, Vande Mataram.
Posted on July 24, 2021