CUSB celebrates National Teacher’s Day, paid tribute to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a great personality and hardly anyone can match his multifaceted aura, in fact, he is a role model for today’s generations and teachers. Along with the contribution made by him in nation building, the contribution made by him especially in the field of education can never be forgotten. These important things were said by the Vice-Chancellor of Central University of South (CUSB), Professor Kameshwar Nath Singh in his address in a special program organized in the university on the occasion of National Teacher's Day. Honorable Vice Chancellor said that the whole life of Bharat Ratna Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan is inspiring from which we can learn a lot. Besides the first Vice President and second President of independent India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was an accomplished teacher, said the VC.
Earlier at the start of the programme the Vice-Chancellor paid tribute to the photograph of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Further in his address he greeted the professors present in the auditorium with the quote “Gururbrahma, Guruvishnu: Gururdevo, Maheshwarah. Gurureva Parambrahm Tasmay Sri Gurve Namah. He said that Guru is Brahma, Guru is Vishnu and Guru is Lord Shankar.
Honorable Vice Chancellor said that I would like to address Teacher's Day as the Teacher Festival. In his address, while expressing the respect towards the teachers, he reminded the teachers present in the auditorium to contribute towards making the lives of the students successful. He advised the teachers to disseminate education without any discrimination towards the students.
After his address, Prof. Singh honored the Deans of various schools with shawls. On this occasion Registrar Col Rajiv Kumar Singh, DWS Prof. Atish Parashar, Proctor Professor Umesh Kumar Singh and Deans of various departments, Heads of Departments and staff were present.
The program was organized under the aegis of Heritage Club of the University. Dr. Ravi Suryavanshi, Dr. Amrita Srivastava, Mr. Noor Ali Imam Hassan, Mr. Prashant Raman etc. played an important role in successfully organizing the programme. The programme was compared by Ayushi Raj, a student of the Media Department. At the end of the program, Dr. Priya Ranjan, a member of the University's Heritage Club and Assistant Professor, gave the vote of thanks.