Waqf has initiated work on formulating a new education sector policy: Dr Darakhshan

Waqf has initiated work on formulating a new education sector policy: Dr Darakhshan

posted on 06 Sep 2022 | Author RK News

Srinagar, 05 September: Chairman of the Jammu and Kashmir Waqf Council, Dr. DarakhshanAndrabi, on Monday attended the National Teachers’ Day celebrations held at MantaquiWaqf Higher Secondary School in Awantipora, where a one-day grand function took place. was organized by the Council’s Education Department.

Chief Executive Officer of the Board, Dr Syed Maajid Jahangir and Megistrate Ishtiyaq Mohiuddin were the guests of honour.

Dr. DarakhshanAndrabi congratulated the participants and thanked the school administration for this wonderful event dedicated to teachers.

In his speech, Dr. DarakhshanAndrabi said that every successful person remains indebted to the role of his teachers in his life. “Our society needs to change the collective attitude towards the community of our teachers for a better environment where our young students instill the core values ​​of respect for guides and teachers in their lives so that they can become better citizens later on”, said Dr. DarakhshanAndrabi. She said that teachers not only teach us how to achieve mastery of subjects, but also teach us the intricacies of life, teach us the mantra of coexistence which is indispensable for a developed progressive society. “Books educate us but teachers give us knowledge, books teach us formal education but teachers educate us on its usefulness to evolve as good human beings,” the Waqf council chairman said.

She insisted that teachers rededicate themselves to the spirit of human upbringing and character building and impart true open-minded approaches to students so that they become the ambassadors of good will of the future world. “The Council has started work on a new education policy and after it is formulated, the Waqf education sector will be reframed so that we are able to upgrade the education sector associated with the organization,” Dr Andrabi said.

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