Nanded City Public School celebrates Guru Pournima

ST Correspondent
Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Pune: Guru Pournima was celebrated at Vidya Pratishthan’s Nanded City Public School on July 7 to emphasise on the value of a healthy student-teacher relationship.

According to school authorities, to build a strong nation we need a society with strong ethical values, wisdom and culture. “The teacher-student (Guru-Shishya) relationship is at the core of this process. To  build trust towards teachers, the Guru Pournima programme is celebrated at the school every year,” they said.

Pune: Guru Pournima was celebrated at Vidya Pratishthan’s Nanded City Public School on July 7 to emphasise on the value of a healthy student-teacher relationship.

According to school authorities, to build a strong nation we need a society with strong ethical values, wisdom and culture. “The teacher-student (Guru-Shishya) relationship is at the core of this process. To  build trust towards teachers, the Guru Pournima programme is celebrated at the school every year,” they said.

Students of Standard VIII organised and conducted the programme. Rahul Bhande, anchor of the programme, started with the Guru shloka. Maharishi Ved Vyas Poojan was performed by head girl Lahari Yerredy and vice-head boy Sarthak Pimprikar. “Students performed a song and dance to show their gratitude towards teachers. Aarya Palve presented information on Guru-Shishya relationship. The students worshiped Principal Nila Karosekar and all teachers and obtained their blessings. The programme concluded with a message that a guru is a person who identifies the strengths and weaknesses of a student, kindles knowledge and wisdom and molds him or her to become a better human being,” the authorities said.

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