Jamshedpur, September 3: Teachers enlighten students and shape their career. The day marks as a day of gratitude and respect to the selfless efforts of teachers.
This day is also celebrated to honor Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the great teacher, academic philosopher and India’s Second President as he was born on the same day in 1888.
Little Flower School (LFS) organised Teachers’ Rendezvous, an extension of the scintillating Teachers’ Dance Competition, an event which has gained popularity over the years in honour of Teachers’ Day.
The extravaganza this year saw the participation of seven schools which began with an inaugural dance superbly performed by the teachers of the host school, to a fusion of Indian and western numbers which set the mood for the morning.
This was followed by ‘fashion show’, a ramp walk opportunity for the teachers, followed by ‘newsy outfit’, a parade of Teachers dressed in outfits using newspaper.
The innovative outfits incorporated the theme of ‘Balika Badhu’ and ‘traditional bride’. The choreography competition thereafter was a thrill to watch, with the theme ‘western music with Indian dance’. Thus on display were academicians with superb dancing talent, a wonderful and interesting mix.
Later results of several events were declared. In walk with Agility (fashion parade)- KPS Burmamines was crowned the winner. In Newsy outfit (dressed with news)-D.B.M.S scored the top rank. In Melody Masala (Antakshari)- KPS Burmamines bagged the first position.
In Rhythm in speech ( extempore)-Hill Top School was the winner while In Twist n Twirl- Beldih Church School came first. KPS Burmamines was crowned the overall champion of the competition.