To honor the iconic teachers in students life, the ardent students of Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology & VIVA-the-School-by-VVIT, celebrated devotionally the Teachers’ day under the aegis of its Student Activity Counsel (SAC), commemorating the legendary teacher, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was born on September 5, 1888, the India's second president, a great scholar, philosopher and Bharat Ratna recipient.
Prof. Srihari Rao Anne, of KL Deemed tobe University, as the Chief Guest and Dr. Divakar Sree, a legendary teacher from Korukonda Sainik School and Founder Principal of Kendriya Vidyalya Panjab as the Guest of Honor.
On this auspicious occasion students & teachers paid their heart-felt floral tributes to the legendary guru Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Under the aegis of Music Club students, prayer songs were sung and a row of traditional dance performances by VIVA school children, engaged the audience. The icing on the cake was the melodious songs rendered by VIVA teacher and students spellbound the audience. Several Teachers expressed their heart-felt feelings on the Guru-Shishya relations and the role of an ideal teacher.
After formally inaugurating the event, Dr. Divakar Dasari, said that knowledge has two types devotional and spiritual. No individual can change the world except changing themselves. Without human being there is no world. He took the statement of Malala, “one-Book, One-Pen, One-Child and One-Teacher can change the world. He opined that vision, dream, personality development and sensibility are the four significant things in every one’s life. He urged the students and teachers to help others if can if not don’t harm.
The Chief Guest Prof. Srihari Rao Anne, started his speech by questioning who is great. He asked the students learn everything from the nature not only from the teachers whose role is limited to schools and colleges. In his perspective student is great because they acquire the knowledge from the teacher within a span of 3 or 4 years even though the teachers have 30 years of experience.
He emphasized the value of a teacher by quoting that good teachers are expensive but bad teachers are costly. “Cultivate the habit of raising your own hand to clear all your doubts in a class room and you should not depend always on a teacher” he added in his enlightening speech.
Sri Vasireddy Vidya Sagar, Chairman of VIVA-VVIT Institutions took prostrations of the Guests and along with all other all teachers felicitated the distinguished guests as a token of respect towards the iconic gurus.
On the same occasion prizes have been distributed in different games and sports conducted for the teachers of VIVA-VVIT, through the hands of the guests.
Sri Sagar, Chairman of VIVA-VVIT, VVIT Principal Dr.Y.Mallikarjuna Reddy, VIVA-Principal Dr.C.T.Joshi, VVIT-Dean Prof. N.Kumara Swamy, VVIT-Director Dr.Naveen Ravela, VIVA Director (Rtd.Col.) Sri Ravishankar,Heads of various Departments, Teachers of VVIT and VIVA-the school by VVIT along with the students participated in this divine event.
The program ended up with vote of thanks and National Anthem.