BEST WISHES FROM GOVERNORS, CHIEF MINISTERS &
STATE EDUCATION MINISTERS

Shriniwas Patil,

Governor, Sikkm

“Teacher signifies a profession which is deeply ingrained in the civilisation of human kind. The fountain source of any progressive society, teachers are epitome of dedication, devotion and sacrifice. Teaching is not merely a profession but a lifelong responsibility towards nation. Since ancient times teachers are revered and worshipped as deity and parallel to god in our rich Indian culture.”

Ram Naik, Governor,

Uttar Pradesh

“Teaching is one of the noblest professions in the world. Teachers through theirendeavour inspire the next generation and future leaders of tomorrow. They make complex ideas easy to understand and new innovative ways to engage their students.”

Jagdish Mukhi, Governor, Assam

“In an intellectually imbued society, teachers are the custodians of creating and sustaining the knowledge leaders. Teachers play a vital role in building the society and nation. I hope the National Teachers’ Congress besides redefining the increasingly dominant role of teachers in churning our human resources also reorients the missioncalled teaching.”

S. C. Jamir, Governor, Odisha

“Teachers play a vital role in building the society and the country. National Teachers’ Congress is a laudable endeavor in the present context when quality teaching has become most sought to become competitive at the global level. It is teachers who
can set example with their dedication, innovation and commitment.”

Nirbhay Sharma, Governor, Mizoram

“Teachers play a crucial role in training the future generations and are the pathbreakers of the Society and the Nation. Truly a teacher is a social reformer as the efficiency and quality of an educational institute ultimately rests on the teachers.”

Kalyan Singh, Governor, Rajasthan

“I convey my best wishes for grand success of the 2nd National Teachers’ Congress.”

P. Sathasivam, Governor, Kerala

“I convey my hearty greetings to everyone behind this venture and wish the National Teachers’ Congress all success.”

Kiran Bedi, Lt. Governor, Puducherry

“A True Teacher is not one who preaches and teaches but one who inspires hunger to
learn more, research more and then share more.”

Tathagata Roy, Governor, Tripura

“I convey my best wishes for grand success of the 2nd National Teachers’ Congress.”

Satya Pal Malik, Governor, Bihar

“Teacher must play an important role in a student's life and this relationship must always  benurtured. The teachers should strengthen the moral values of the children by creating a bond with them and understanding the family background. Teachers need to be someone whom the children can respect and approach freely  without hestitation in case there is a problem.”

Vasundhara Raje, Chief Minister, Rajasthan

“I am sure that the deliberations during this conference shall lead to knowledge sharing
among trainers and other stakeholders and give new insights about advances in
pedagogy.”

Manohar Lal, Chief Minister, Haryana

“Upgrading the education system has always resulted in reformation of the society and the nation. In the changing scenario, we need to focus on motivational aspects of
education. Every segment of the population should be educated about development of the society. Apart from this, shlokas of the Bhagwat Gita, yoga, moral and social values and hygiene should also be a part of the education system.”

Sarbananda Sonowal, Chief Minister, Assam

“The avowed goal of national Teachers’ Congress to rejuvenate the vital role of teachers in building the society and the country through this platform is very praiseworthy. Teachers are the fountainhead of wisdom. They shape the outlook of millions of young students and ignite amongst them the thirst for knowledge.”

Laxmikant Parsekar, Former Chief Minister, Goa

“NTC has provided an excellent platform to the teachers to  deliberate on ideas and discuss the best teaching practices from  different walks of life. Teachers are the educators as well as motivators of students, who help them to conquer new things for the betterment of whole mankind.”

Virbhadra Singh, Former Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh

“India, since time immemorial, is known as the 'Land of Gurus' and great visionary teachers have not only shaped the ideals of youg minds but has left indelible imprint on the society as a whole.”

Indira Hridayesh, Former Education Minister, Uttarakhand

“A True Teacher is not one who preaches and teaches but one who inspires hunger tolearn more, research more and then share more.”

Himanta Biswa Sarma, Education Minister, Assam

“The teachers have only one objective - to nurture the new generation for nation building.They believe in the holistic development of the students. I wish the National Teachers' Congress grand success!”

Prem Prakash Pandey, Education Minister, Chhattisgarh

“I am glad to know that 1st National Teachers' Congress was organized for the teachers from post graduate and under graduate colleges of India. It is essential to
form a solid structure for the education system which requires mentors and teachers who are determined, skilled and knowledgeable.”

Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, Minister, Education (Primary, Secondary and Adult), Gujarat

“Considering the similitude in vision and purpose of this endeavor, I on behalf of the Department of Higher and Technical Education, Government of Gujarat, extend heartiest congratulations and best wishes to National Teacher’s Congress in its endeavors.”

Ram Bilas Sharma, Education Minister, Haryana

“India has the ancient tradition of Gurukul. It is from such Gurukuls of Vasishtha, Sandipani, Dhaumya & others that outstanding human beings like Lord Ram, Lord Krishna & Sudama evolved, who not just brought glory to  themselves & their families, but also played a big role in shaping the world. I wish all the success to Organizing Committee.”

Kalicharan Saraf, Education Minister, Rajasthan

“The avowed goal of national Teachers’ Congress to rejuvenate the vital role of teachers in building the society and the country through this platform is very praiseworthy. Teachers are the fountainhead of wisdom. They shape the outlook of millions of young students and ignite amongst them the thirst for knowledge.”

Partha Chatterjee, Education Minister, West Bengal

“I firmly belive that this occasion would shape the value and ideals of our country and would leave a deep imprint on our society. I wish a grand success and convey my best wishes to all concerned for their efforts”

Tapan Chakraborti, Education Minister, Tripura

“I am happy to know that the society is bringing out a ‘Report’ in connection with the occasion. I am sure that the conference will be path  breaking in every aspect and will see new heights and horizons of success.”

Basavaraja Rayareddi, Education Minister, Karnataka

“I am sure that the conference would have provided a good opportunity to the researchers, academicians and students from interdisciplinary areas to discuss about various interlinked aspects to build sustainable society. I congratulate the Organizing
Committee.”

Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya, Education Minister, Madhya Pradesh

“5000 teachers participated in National Teacher’s Congress shows that organizers
and teachers who joined this event are very interested for progressing in the field of
education in india.”

Kh. Ratankumar, Former Education

Minister, Manipur

“I am also humbled that such an endeavor is taken up by the organizers to rekindle the spirit of this noble profession of teaching so that they continue to look beyond the commercial temptations of just imparting knowledge without social values but also to infuse greater idealism and passion while rendering selfless service. ”

Pradeep Kumar Panigrahy, Education Minister, Odisha

“National Teachers' Congress is an encouraging step for influencing the young minds and enlightening the society about the importance of teachers in present national scenario. There is need of such conference and like Maharashtra other states should come forward to host such events.”

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