SCE joined the nation in celebrating the national teachers’ day on 2 May 2022. The day is also the Birth Anniversary of Late His Majesty King Jigme Dorji Wangchuck, the Third King of Bhutan. His Majesty The Third King is fondly remembered as the Father of Modern Bhutan.
Professor Nandu Giri (PhD) was the Chief Guest. In his speech, Professor Giri shared that teaching is indeed a noble profession. Through this profession, we provide young minds with the precious gift of knowledge, skills and values. He further expressed that we have a responsibility to ensure that children receive the best education. Professor also shared that there is always a strong need to revamp our educational methodology to achieve excellence in teaching and learning.
During the celebration, both the staff and students performed various cultural performances in the entertainment segment of the day’s programme. According to Mr Dorji S, lecturer in history, it was fun to watch exciting cultural dances and other performances by students from different cohorts or courses.
The celebration came to an end with a delicious lunch at the student dining hall.
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