Keep aside personal problems, says Deputy Commissioner
HASSAN: Zilla panchayat Chief Executive Officer F.R. Jamaadar, who inaugurated the Teachers’ Day celebrations at Kala Bhavan here on Wednesday, said teachers should adopt “caneless teaching” methods and teach students with love and affection. The days when a teacher was supposed to discipline students aggressively was gone, he said.
Mr. Jamaadar said education was such a treasure which nobody could steal.
He said a Guru Bhavan would be constructed at a cost of Rs. 67.5 lakh. The construction of the building, which started 10 years ago, was abandoned by the Karnataka Land Army Corporation. Now the Engineering Department of the zilla panchayat would take up construction work after obtaining sanction from the Government, he said.
In his address, Deputy Commissioner K.H. Aswathanarayana Gowda advised teachers to keep aside their personal problems and impart quality education to children. Education and teachers were the two facets of the same coin.
Thirteen district-level best teachers awardees and 55 retired teachers were felicitated.