The significance of the function is to show respect to our Gurus who dispel darkness and ignorance in and around us. Teachers give light to the life of students. They sacrifice their life, soul for the upliftment of the students by imparting not only knowledge but also wisdom. Knowledge can be obtained through books, novels, newspapers and the internet. But students can acquire wisdom only through teachers. As wick in the lamp, the teachers sacrifice themselves to brighten the lives of the students.
It is always teachers who have fun looking at students competing with each other but this time it was our turn watching our teachers having fun and competing with each other.
To thank them for their patience and wisdom they disseminated, students of current winter and summer batch of CBS conducted teacher’s day on 4th September 2015.
Our professors were given a warm welcome by a cake cutting ceremony with a background music. The celebration started by dividing the teams in 5 and the respective teams were headed by Prof.Sridar, Prof.Venkat, Prof.Arun Nair, Dr. Mythili and Prof. Anish.k.Ravi . We had activities like
• Placing color gems in cups with straws
• Felicitating teachers with thanking notes and gifts.
And the winner of each activity was given a diary milk chocolate. Though the winning prize was small, they received it with a huge smile on their face.
Each faculty were gifted a rose with a memento. And the students of both winter batch and summer batch enjoyed themselves a lot. It was a treasured moment for all the faculty and students. Ms. Bhavani — the Public relation officer of CBS — quoted saying that “this is the first year I am invited for a teacher’s day celebration, I am very happy about this”. It was an emotional moment for us all.
Finally, as an end to the function, both the winter and summer batch students took a selfie with our dynamic and smart Prof. Anish.K.Ravi which was a proud moment for all students.
“The best teacher is one who suggests rather than dogmatizes and inspires his listeners with the wish to teach himself.”
— Elavarasan (CBS 2014-15 Winter batch)