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Seminar on Teaching at Aligarh

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Aligarh: A seminar was held here on “Teachers and Teacher’s Responsibilities” by Shams Muslim Educational Welfare Society of India in which many teachers of government schools and colleges were also honoured.

Speaking on this occasion, Inder Preet Singh, Additional District Judge said that the profession of a teacher is not simply a service but very pious and important duty, it is the teacher who creates great men out of ordinary children.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Shakeel Samdani of AMU said that the teachers should focus more on their duties than on their rights and privileges. They should do their duty of teaching students as a mission and their mission should be to cultivate the feelings of large-heartedness, tolerance and justice in their students. He said that generally only two types of persons are behind the success of man, his parents or his teachers. Deliberating upon the decline of Urdu language in North India, he said that due to this decline the pronunciation of the entire country has gone wrong and now the non-Urdu knowing people are unable to pronounce certain words correctly and they are unable to differentiate between ‘Sh’ and ‘S’, ‘Z’ and ‘J’ and ‘Q’ and ‘K’. He requested the teachers to try their best to save Urdu language and make special efforts for preserving this language. He asked audience to purchase at least one daily newspaper, one weekly magazine and one monthly magazine so that the publication of Urdu newspapers and magazines  increases.    

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 1-15 October 2013 on page no. 13

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