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Gujarat govt honours 36 educators for bringing positive change

By Indianexpress calender  06-Sep-2019

Gujarat govt honours 36 educators for bringing positive change

A comic book artist, a painter, an innovator and a science enthusiast are among the 36 educators from across Gujarat who were honoured by the state government for their “relentless efforts to bring positive change in the education sector”, on the occasion of Teachers’ Day in Gandhinagar.
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The event was held at Town Hall in Gandhinagar on Thursday, where Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, Governor Acharya Devvrat and Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasma were present. Addressing the teachers, Rupani said, “The teachers have a huge role in the uplift of a society and country. Only two people can be credited for having maximum impact on a human being — one is the mother and the other is the teacher.”
Among the teachers felicitated on the occasion was 55-year-old Gunwant Chaudhary, a drawing teacher at Gangadhar High School in Palsana Taluka of Surat. “I often ask my students to roam around the school campus and find any twig, plastic bottle, leaves or any waste material lying around. I then encourage them to imagine animals or things with that waste material. Even if a student spills over paint on their sketchbook, I ask them to create an impression from the spillage on another blank page. The message is that there are no mistakes in art,” said Chaudhary.

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