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Amazing and industrious teachers

Amazing and industrious teachers

Teachers play a vital role in influencing their students.

Here are some teachers who go extra miles and work beyond their duties for their students.

Madhulika Thapliyal is the head of teacher of the primary school in Gamdidgaon, a small village in Uttarakhand. She is a very passionate and dedicated teacher. She uses good teaching methods due to which students do not want to miss the school even for a single day. She emphasizes the importance on social values and communication, and encourages her students to be open. As a result, they freely open up and share their feelings with her.

Usha Rani is the head mistress of Kothanur Government Higher Primary School in Bengaluru. The school does not even have basic infrastructure. She took initiation on mobilizing funds by inviting the alumni, NGOs and other donors. As a result, the building was renovated with adequate furniture and computers.


Rajan Thalore is the head master of Nandikkara Government High School, Thrissur. He wants his students to be champions of swimming. Hence, he started a professional training centre for swimming last year and also established a Panchavadyam training centre. As a result, the school won the second prize in state-level Panchavadyam competition.

Panchaksharaiah B Mudholmath is an Associate Teacher in Government Higher Primary School, Neeralagi, Gadag. He introduced the ‘no bag day,’ in his school every Saturday to relieve the burden of his students. Moreover, on that day various extracurricular activities, folk games and quizzes are kept to engage kids. Within three years of his new initiative, Saturday became the favorite day of many students.

Basruddin Khan is the headmaster of Government Middle School, Tappan. He worked very hard to reduce the dropout rates in government schools.

Rameshappa is a PE Teacher of Government Junior College, Bengaluru. He worked very hard to recognize the value of sports and helped several students make a State-level mark in athletics.

Rameshwari Lingwal is the head teacher in the Primary School, Gyansu. She bought uniforms to many underprivileged students with her own money.

 

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