<![CDATA[[gallery ids="25716,25717,25718,25719,25720,25721"] They inspire us, they entertain us, and they make us learn a million things. They show extreme confidence in us and turn us from cranky, food-spilling, little monsters that we are at the start into an elegant person. All in all, they make us a better person in life. ‘They’ are the teachers who have been an inevitable part of our lives from the very beginning. September 5 of this year saw many colleges across Delhi University filled with fun and frolic. This Teacher’s Day, students grabbed the opportunity of celebrating the existence of such wonderful mentors in their lives. Inspiring speeches, prayers, cultural events, dance performances were all part of the celebration. Hansraj College had its own unique celebration which began with the inaugural of the Yagyashala where the Principal, Dr.V.K Kawatra, teachers and many students gathered and prayed for everyone’s happiness and prosperity. This was followed by a cleanliness drive organized by NSS Hansraj and a speech by Mr.Poonam Suri, Chairman of the DAV College Managing Committee. Lady Shri Ram College for Women also organized an hour-long program which started with an instrumental performance by the music societies of the College. There was also a collaborative performance by the Indian Music Society and the Western Music Society which impersonated the teachers and students respectively, voicing their emotions through well-chosen and witty songs. This performance was followed by an act performed by the Dramatics Society of the College with the Dance Society performing in between. The movie presented by Projekt, Film and Photography Society of the College, received a standing ovation by the Vice Principal. Cultural events were hosted at Jesus and Mary College. Students from the Commerce department at JMC gave dance performances which surely brought smiles to the faces of their teachers. Thus, the day which also marks the birth of Dr.Radhakrishnan was celebrated with great enthusiasm in colleges across North as well as South Campus. Shaurya Sahai [email protected] Image Credits: Mugdha [email protected]]]>
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