National Skills University Celebrates World Teachers’ Day

Vice Chancellor Of National Skills University (NSU) Applauded The Teachers’ Efforts And Sent Greetings & Respect To Teachers Worldwide

National Skills University Celebrates World Teachers’ Day

The National Skills University Islamabad appreciated teachers and trainers’ efforts on the World Teachers’ Day celebrated across the globe on 5th October every year since 1994. The Vice Chancellor of the University applauded the te achers’ efforts and sent greetings and respect to teachers worldwide. He stressed if you have learned a single word of wisdom from anyone, respect that person like a mentor/teacher. Quoting the Islamic perspective on learning teaching nexus, Prof. Mukhtar mentioned that the very first word revealed is “IQRA,” mean “READ,” highlighting the importance of mentoring.

The Executive Director of the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan participated in the event via Zoom. He particularly emphasized that teachers should be respected at all levels, starting from the primary school teachers to Professors mentoring scholars and scientists worldwide. Dr. Marri specifically appreciated the National Skills University Islamabad for organizing such a superb ceremony for teachers and trainers. Every teacher in the meeting was presented with a flower bouquet. Notably, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Mukhtar, Vice Chancellor, National Skills University Islamabad, presented flowers to his teacher. Prof. Dr. Sheikh Munir Ahmad.

Prof. Mukhtar described the day very joyful for all teachers towards their recognition by international organizations and personalities, notably a Tweet by the Secretary-General of the United Nations António Guterres quoting, “Teachers play one of the most crucial roles in our societies. We must ensure their work is appreciated and valued accordingly. My thanks to all educators worldwide for providing knowledge, support, and inspiration.” We all teachers are proud and happy on this day as this is our appreciation day, said Prof. Mukhtar.

According to Professor Mukhtar, the COVID-19 pandemic has inflicted immense losses across the globe. However, it also prepared the teaching community to be ready for challenges hindering physical classes – a routine across the world. He concluded by appreciating Mothers across the globe who are the first teacher for a child and everyone who made us a better human being. The magnificent appreciating ceremony concluded with the distribution of flowers among teachers. Long Live Teachers

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