At Shemford, Pinjore, Teacher’s Day is one of the most celebrated events. Not only are the students keen to exhibit their love and respect for their teachers through various cultural items, but also, they proudly take up the responsibility of their mentors for a day, rendering satisfaction of being well groomed citizens ready to move out of school. All the students, from Pre Primary to the Senior Wing had their own way to express their gratitude to their friends philosophers and guides.  All the students took their teachers by surprise by preparing beautiful cards for them, expressing their feelings in their own little way.

A beautiful program was organised by the students of the senior wing wherein titles were given to all the teachers. Those titles were a reminiscent of the beautiful relationship they had with them right from the formative years. Of course the teachers were deeply touched with the love and affection of the children. Many fun games were also organised by the students for the teachers which filled the school hall with mirth and laughter and everlasting memories.

Beautiful songs and dances were also presented by the students. The well organised program was a confirmation that the Shemstars are all set to shine bright in the society.

The teaching staff, led by Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka, thanked the children for making the day a memorable one.

Ms. Amita Dhaka also had a beautiful surprise for all. The function was graced by Mrs. India 2018, Ms. Jyoti Dogra. The 61 year old beauty pageant who had served as a teacher before her retirement, has set an example to all old and young that a true teacher inspires and aspires to learn and achieve throughout her life. Age is no bar to learn and achieve one’s goals in life.

The teachers day celebration at Shemford, Pinjore was also graced by Ms. Geeta Dhull, a teacher by profession for more than two decades, former Mrs. Punjab Runners up, and Mrs. India Runners up 2018.

Another feather was added to the cap to the glorious day for, Mr Yograj Kaith, teacher of English and Examination Coordinator of the school, won the prestigious ‘Nation Builder Award’ organised by the Rotary Club Pinjore Hills. Ms Amita Dhaka congratulated him for his continuous and unstinted efforts in the field of education.

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