Teachers nourish and prepare students for their future as they are the real icon of knowledge and wisdom. They create awareness among the students and common people. They are the source of light in the world that has been darkened due to ignorance.
I was devastated after the doctor told me, I had to quit playing. But my parents and Gurus supported me and helped me lead my life toward satisfaction. I am living a satisfied life as a teacher and a coach. I had never imagined that I would be a school teacher,”
Teacher never feels like he is doing enough for their education. I wish they knew how hard a teacher tries to protect them and how sorry he is when students worry about their result and ‘getting things wrong’.
If you were to look up the meaning of “guru” in Sanskrit, it means “the one who dispels darkness and takes you towards light”. The meaning of “guru” transcends beyond the idea of a teacher in school – it can be anything from a book you have read recently, a piece of art you cherish or an album from your favorite artist. With that, The Week’s Urza Acharya asked some people to tell us a little about who or what they consider to be a “guru” in their lives.
KATHMANDU, June 10: Centenary personality Satya Mohan Joshi on Sunday felicitated Rimpoche Shreedhar Rana, a renowned preacher of Buddhism, amid a function organized by Amrit Prithvi Abhinashi Guthi at Nepal Academy in Kathmandu.
ROLPA, June 4: A teacher of Bhanu Basic School of Runtigadhi Rural Municipality-8 of Rolpa has been arrested on Monday afternoon on the charge of severely beating up schoolchildren and fracturing the forearms of five of them. A total of 14 students were injured in the beating by teacher Laxmi Pun, who had punished the students on May 26 for being late to the morning assembly.
KATHMANDU, Nov 26: A case has been filed at the Comission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) against Sakuldev Khang, a teacher of BP Madan Primary School in Shripurjabdi, Sunsari, for using a fake educational certificate and enjoying government benefits.
A poet, novelist and teacher, Rajan Mukarung is an eloquent intellectual. Originally from the hilly district of Bhojpur, his early success in writing won him numerous accolades. Awarded with Kirat Puraskar Samman for novel ‘Hechhakupa’, Pahichan Puraskar for ‘Ferido Saundarya’ and Madan Puraskar for ‘Damini Bhir’ in 2012, he is currently dedicated to the publishing his next volume, ‘Ayogya’ soon this year.
Originally from Morang, 53-year-old Jeevan Bastola owns a garment stall in the street at Haugal, Patan. Having a brief experience as a teacher in Solukhumbu, Bastola remembers wandering around Kathmandu in hopes of finding a job.
ATLANTA, March 1: A social studies teacher barricaded himself inside a classroom at a Georgia high school on Wednesday and fired a handgun, sending students running outside or hunkering down in darkened gym locker rooms, authorities said.
This scribe was informed that Sardaman Shrestha, the sculpture-making teacher at Srijana College of Fine Arts, was everyone’s favorite teacher. His witty jokes and compassionate teaching made sculpting lessons very interesting. Many even claimed that he was the ‘best in the world’.
If your Hogwarts acceptance letter is still lost in the mail, go for the next best thing and transfer to Evergreen Middle School in Hillsboro, Oregon, where a seventh and eighth-grade teacher has transformed his classroom into a Harry Potter-themed wonderland – complete with Sorting Hat.
The concept of ‘Education for all’ seemed like a predetermined battle for visually impaired students. But in 1964, Laboratory Higher Secondary School in Kirtipur introduced the Braille system, a tactile writing and reading style for visually impaired people, under the supervision and guidance of Father of Nepali Braille, Janga Bahadur Bogati. “It is because of the use of the Braille system that many students have been able to pursue education despite their disability,” says Ramesh Subedi.
KATHMANDU, March 2: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has filed a charge sheet at the Special Court on Thursday against a primary school teacher for using fake teaching license.
DANG/RUKUM, Aug 15: He is paralysed on the left side of the body. He cannot walk without crutches. A scar on his head reminds him of the grim days of the Maoist insurgency. Kiran Yogi of Dang was harassed and thrashed by the Maoist rebels for being a 'bourgeois' teacher.
KATHMANDU, July 11: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) Monday filed a lawsuit against teacher Rajesh Prasad Kurmi also known as 'Rajesh Patel' of Nepal Rastriya Lower Secondary School Gardaul, Parsa on the charge of possessing fake academic certificates. The case has been filed at the Special Court.