“II UI school hosts grand ceremony to mark the universal teachers day”
Altaf Hamid Rao,
MIRPUR (AJK): Like rest of the world Universal Teachers Day was also observed across Azad Jammu & Kashmir on Friday with renewal of the pledge to continue upholding the due respect and honour of the teachers as much as possible keeping in view of the most dignified and supreme status of the relation between student and the teacher as also enshrined by the teachings of Islam.
Parents and students conveyed good wishes to the teachers coupled with the pray for long lives of the teachers to keep the children intact with the blessing of this relation to commemorate the ‘Salam Teachers Day’ observed across the world Monday.
Special meetings and rallies of both teachers and students were held under the auspices of various places in AJK including Mirpur to mark the day.
Addressing an impressive ceremony hosted at local campus of International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) School here on Friday to mark the world teachers day, Director Atique ul Amina Khan, Principal Mrs. Ayesha Imran Mirza, Vice Principal Maria Attique and other seasoned academicians and students highlighted the superiority and importance of the relation between student and the teacher as also confided and determined in the teachings of Islam.
Speakers emphasized the need for maintaining the high decorum of the relation of teacher and student through showing maximum respect and honor for the teachers all the time.
The IIUI School teachers wore crowns to their students to express love and affection with their students to mark the day. Students on this occasion prayed for the prosperity and good luck of their teachers besides for their good health and long life.
Addressing the ceremony Principal Mrs. Ayesha Imran Mirza advised the children to always respect the high decorum of teachers – since they are next to their parents in respect of honour and dignity.
She advised the students for obeying the orders of teacher all the time to keep souls satisfied besides fully acting upon the Islamic teachings which enshrined the superior status of the sanctified relation between student and teacher.
The School management, earlier, distributed gifts among the academic and non-academic staff besides the rising stars as a sign of renewal of the pledge of unity and team work on the occasion of the world teachers day.
Parents sent complementary cards bearing good wishes to the teachers of their children on this occasion to express solidarity and respect for the later.
Meanwhile, an old student of a Hyderabad Nursery School Miss Saima Manzoor, while expressing her respectful feelings for her first Nursery class school teacher on the eve of the world teachers day said in a message
“Teacher’s day gives the students to pay tributes to their teachers, who have not only been mentors, but also their guide to life, their friends, their companions and just like their parents. Miss Gulnar, my FIRST Nursery Class Teacher in St. Marry’s Girls High School Hyderabad, is the same for me. I never forget your decent, robust, guiding and caring role in my life. In school all students were just like your own daughters. Now after joining the same profession, I understand why your were so sensitive about your students.
Love you Ms Gulnar!
You always live in the hearts of many students like me.
Thank you, my teacher, for being there,
At times when skies were gray!
Thank you, my teacher, for lending an ear,
When I had things to say!
You showered love on me lavishly
When no one seemed to care!
You brought me joys untold,
To fill my heart with moments of gold!
I would have felt isolated and lonely.
If you had not been there!
I lack the words to let you know:
How much you mean to me!
But I will profusely thank Allah for you,
Until the eternity”, the message of rich tributes concludes.