Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, July 9: The School Education and Literacy Department of East Singhbhum today gave appointment letters and welcomed newly appointed trained graduate teachers at a function organized at the Michael John Auditorium in Bistupur.
Among those present on the occasion were Ghatshila and Baharagora legislators Laxman Tudu and Kunal Shadangi respectively, Deputy Commissioner Ravi Shankar Shukla, parliamentarian�s representative Sanjiv Kumar, legislative representative Surya Prasad Singh, DEO and DSE.
In his address, Laxman Tudu observed that teachers were the assets of the nation and nation builders. �You have now received a golden opportunity to contribute your vital dedicated efforts to build the nation as you are the country�s asset,� he said.
Addressing the newly appointed teachers, Kunal Shadangi observed that they should report to their designated schools with a determination that would emanate new energy. Kunal said, �We should remember that we have all been trained by teachers but many of us forget this factor and we want our children to be doctors, engineers, IAS and other achievers; but the need of the hour is more teachers. You have to imbibe in your students that a teacher�s profession is one of the most noble among all.�
DC Ravi Shankar Shukla while congratulating the newly appointed teachers told them, �Don�t consider your responsibility as a job but accept it as an opportunity to serve. Work assiduously in your schools of posting. The biggest challenge that lies before you is to find ways of improving the level of education. You should endeavor towards better results of students.�
The Deputy Commissioner asked them to ensure that every child in their area finds admission in schools. As tips he told the teachers, �See that the students attend school regularly and that there are no dropouts. Inspire the parents to send their children to school regularly. It depends upon you whether you want to become like that teacher in whose class you used to snooze or the one whose classes you used to look forward to eagerly.�
A total of 387 teachers received their appointment letters today.