Teachers: Social engineers & builders of whole universe

Prof Mithilesh Kumar Sinha
Finance Officer
Nagaland University, Lumami

On this Teachers Day, I acknowledge the teachers’ contribution and say to them wishful thanks for their selfless service of teachings all through the life as well as shaping the life of various students.

Guru is given the status of GOD as God is the builder of whole universe however teachers are considered to be the builder of a good nation. They are especially sent by the God to lead people on right path in the life as well as make them able to take right decisions in bad situations. They are the precious gift from God to us. Our life is not complete without teachers. It is the guru who knows well how to nurture the students. When we take deeper look we all will agree that Teachers affect the eternity, no one can ever tell where their influence stops. Teachers are great sources of knowledge, prosperity, and enlightenment to which anyone can be benefited for whole life. They serve as the real light in everyone’s life as they help students to make their ways in the life. Really, they are builders of the dazzling future of our nation through education. Their committed work cannot be compared to anything.

Regarded as social engineers, teachers possess immense knowledge on various issues that affect our daily lives as a community of human beings. Teachers play important role in our life to become successful in career and business. They have the key to provide a good environment for the students. They take very important responsibility of shaping up the lives of young ones and impressionable children. They train the students in a proper manner so that they can gain greater confidence for facing different critical challenges in life. They are an extremely important facet of any society for a number of reasons.

The educational world of today’s society demands accountability from its teachers, because teachers have possibly the greatest opportunity to shape a student’s life, not just in terms of knowledge but how they view themselves and interact with the society around them.



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