55 Teachers honoured with State Awards – Singla calls upon teachers to infuse moral values in students

Chandigarh/Mohali, September 5, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Underlining the importance of teachers’ role in nation building, the Punjab Education Minister Mr. Vijay Inder Singla has called upon the teachers to focus on to infuse moral values in the students.

After honouring 55 teachers with State Awards on the occasion of Teacher’s Day today at the auditorium of the Punjab School Education Board, Mr. Singla said that the students are the future of the country and they have to lead the nation in the future, so it is very important to strengthen their foundations.

Mr. Singla honoured 55 teachers with the State Award and thus initiated the process to hand over the appointment letters to 1933 Head Teachers and Center Head Teachers who are directly recruited. He urged the teachers to play active role in shaping the future of the students and instilling a sense of nationalistic values in them.

He said that the teachers are the guides of students who when dealing with the problems take counsel from the teachers. Thus, the teachers ensure the bright future of the country.

Congratulating the teachers who received the State Awards, the Education Minister remembered education expert, the great philosopher and the former President of India, the late Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan, whose birthday is celebrated as Teacher’s Day. He said that the state government is fully committed for the welfare of the teachers and to provide a safe environment for them. At the same time, he also urged to the teaching community to fulfill their responsibilities with utmost commitment and sincerity.

Mr. Singla also appreciated Mr. Krishan Kumar Secretary School Education for shaping the transfer policy of teachers.

Meanwhile, the Education Minister also emphasized strengthening the school sports system and increasing sports activities in schools. He also talked about drafting a new sports policy. He said that sports are the one of tools of fitness for the children and they cannot be ignored.

He laid special emphasis on the education of poor children. The Education Minister further said that Punjab is the first state to focus on education policy and Right to Information under the leadership of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh and it has placed special emphasis on pre-school education policy.

In his address, Mr. Krishan Kumar, Secretary School Education, highlighted the initiatives taken by the department. While congratulating the award winning teachers, he said that other teachers would also be inspired to perform well. Referring to the direct recruitment, the Education Secretary said that this was done in a transparent manner.

On this occasion, the medalists of World Special Olympics, Abu Dhabi, were also honoured. On the occasion, 17 teachers were also given appreciation letters.

On the occasion, Mr. Mohammad Tayyab DGSE, Inderjit Singh Director State Education Research and Training Council (SCERT), Sukhjit Pal Singh DPI Secondary Education Punjab, Baldev Sachdeva vice chairman of education board were also present.

Name of State Awardee teachers-

Ashu Vishal, G.S.S.S Sangana (Amritsar), Balraj Singh, G.S.S.S Lopoke (Amritsar), Bhupinder Singh, G.S.S.S Bhakna Kalan (Amritsar), Jaswinder Singh, G.H.S. Kamaske (Amritsar), Mandeep Kaur Bal, G.S.S.S Mall Road G (Amritsar), Ravinderpal Singh, G.S.S.S Sandhu Patti (Barnala), Sanjeev Kumar, G.S.S.S Tapa Boys (Barnala), Simardeep Singh, G.H.S. Bhaini Jassa (Barnala), Surinder Singh, G.H.S. Dikh (Bathinda), Rajinder Kumar, G.P.S. Wara Bhai Ka (Faridkot), Jaspreet Singh, G.P.S. Arian Majra (Fathegarh Sahib), Rubi Khullar, G.P.S. Latour (Fathegarh Sahib), Brij Mohan Singh, G.S.S.S Mahmu Joyia (Fazilka), Om Parkash, G.P.S. Jorki Andhe Wali (Fazilka), Parveen Lata, G.S.S.S Boys School Fazilka (Fazilka), Pawan Kumar, G.S.S.S Girls School Jalalabad (Fazilka), Surinder Nagpal, G.P.S. Dhani Shiv Shakia (Fazilka), Gurjeet Singh, G.P.S. Sukhewala (Ferozepur), Jagdip Singh, G.S.S.S Mana Singh Wala (Ferozepur), Mahinder Singh, G.P.S Mahalam (Ferozepur), Umesh Kumar Rangbulla, G.S.S.S Girls GHS (Ferozepur), Rajwinderpal Kaur, G.P.S Bajje Chak (Gurdaspur), Dr. Kuldeep Singh, G.S.S.S Ambala Jattan (Hoshiarpur), Ramandeep Singh, G.P.S Dhamian (Hoshiarpur), Manjinder Kaur, G.P.S Nurpur (Jalandhar), Jaswinder Pal, G.H.S. Bhadas (Kapurthala), Ashok Kumar, G.S.S.S Kotra Kalan (Mansa), Gurnaib Singh, G.P.S Maghania (Mansa), Jagjit Singh, G.P.S Moosa (Mansa), Jasmeet Singh, G.S.S.S Chehlan Wala (Mansa), Makhan Singh G.S.S.S Bachhoana (Mansa), Parwinder Singh, G.P.S. Gharangna (Mansa), Satpal Singh, G.P.S Jeetsar Bachhoana (Mansa), Vanit Kumar Singla, G.S.S.S Boys Budhlada (Mansa), Charan Singh, G.S.S.S Khosa Randhir (Moga), Ashok Kumar, G.H.S. Daula (Muktsar), Surinder Singh, G.P.S Gobind Nagri (Muktsar), Amarjot Singh, G.S.S.S Multipurpose (Patiala), Avtar Singh, G.P.S Kadrabad (Patiala), Dr. Rajnish Gupta, G.S.S.S Bahadurgarh (Patiala), Pargat Singh, G.S.S.S Pheel Khanna (Patiala), Poonam Gupta, G.M.S Kheri Gujjran (Patiala), Prabhdeep Kaur, G.P.S Bhangal (Roopnagar), Vikas Verma, GPS Railway Road Nangal (Roopnagar), Sharanjit Kaur, GPS Nimbuan, (SAS Nagar), Charan Singh, G.S.S.S Dhuri (Girls), (Sangrur), Parveen Kumar, G.S.S.S Ghanauri Kalan, (Sangrur), Surinder Singh, G.S.S.S Sunam (Boys) (Sangrur), Navdeep Singh, GES Kotli Saru Khan (Tarn Taran), Sukhwinder Singh, GES Pandori Takhat Mal (Tarn Taran), Arun Jain, G.S.S.S Pheel Khanna (Patiala), Nirlep Kaur, G.S.S.S Ghoga (Patiala), Aanchal, GPS Heena Khurd (Patiala), Dr. Inderjit Singh, GHS Kala (Amritsar) and Jasbir Singh, GPS Phase-IX (SAS Nagar).

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