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Teachers Day

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  • 1. NIMCJ Youth Club Celebrates Teachers’ day  th Ahmedabad,  September  5,  2012:  In  India  5  September  is  celebrated  as  Teachers’  Day  as  a  mark  of  th tribute  to  the  contribution  made  by  teachers  to  the  society.  5  September  is  the  birthday  of  a  great teacher Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, who was a staunch believer of education, and was the well known diplomat,  scholar,  president  of  India  and  above  all  a  teacher.  NIMCJ  youth  club  organized  a  surprise teachers  day  party  especially  for  HR  Head,  Mr.  Unmesh  Dixit  from  Amba  Township  and  PRSI  (Vice President, West Zone) on this respected occasion. Mr. Unmesh Dixit shared his views about the contribution his teachers had made in his life. He said “It is not always necessary that you get teachers from academics or school. If you want you can learn from a construction worker or even a coolie.” He was overwhelmed by this gesture he got from NIMCJ. Dr.  Shirish  Kashikar  ,  the  Director  of  NIMCJ  shared  some  important  memories  of  his  college  life.  He remembered  his  beloved  professor  Dr.  A.K.Singh  who  taught  him  literary  Criticism  during  his  post graduation. Dr Singh had a great influence in molding his career and life. The  faculties  of  the  institute  also  shared  their  thoughts  on  this  day.  Prof.  Shahshikant  Bhagat metaphorically  compared  the  teacher  as  “sugar  in  curd”  and  Prof.  Komal  Shah  depicted  teachers  as “path builders” for  the students.  Senior &  junior students  also expressed their views  on  their  favorite teachers. Throughout the day the junior’s were lectured by the senior students of the institute on various topics of Mass Media. The celebration ended with a cake cutting ceremony organized by the members of NIMCJ Youth Club.