Students to honour teachers of border villages


Burdipad School Development and Monitoring Committee (SDMC) plans to honour 47 teachers who serving at government Kannada schools in the State’s border villages in Raichur district, and three teachers serving at different Kannada schools at Dharur Mandal in Mahbubnagar district of Telangana.

The teachers will be felicitated during Gadinadu Teachers’ Conference, scheduled to be held at Burdipad, a village in Raichur taluk that is close to the Telangana border, on Thursday.

Addressing presspersons here on Monday, conference organising committee convenor Syed Hafeez Ulha said the schoolchildren had selected their teachers for the best teacher award and the students themselves would honour the teachers.

“Burdipad SDMC has so far done a wonderful job by bringing the dropped-out students back to schools, providing learning materials, uniforms, shoes, and ties to poor students, among other activities. For the first time, it is going to organise a Gadinadu Kannadiga Teachers’ conference where 50 teachers would be honoured with best teacher awards for their significant contributions in educating rural students,” he said.

As per the information provided, planting of saplings, art exhibition and interaction with teachers would be among the activities conducted during the conference.

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