Teachers Day Celebration at REVA University
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Teachers Day 2018 Celebration at REVA University


Held on : 5th September 2018

Organised By : REVA University

“Let us rediscover the magic of teaching” resounding the sentiments of many, Dr. Beena. G, Associate Dean, School of Arts & Humanities, touched upon the fragile relationship that teaching has with the inner self and the connect with students. She couldn’t have spoken more clearly, more articulately on the occasion of Teacher’s Day celebrations at REVA University on 5 September, 2018 at Kuvempu Auditorium. REVA paid its special tribute to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishna.

There were many messengers that took us back to the simpler days of teaching to remind the teaching community assembled that it was never meant to be a job but a purpose in life. Dr. P. Shyama Raju, Honorable Chancellor, Dr. S. Y. Kulkarni, Vice Chancellor, Dr. N. Ramesh, Director, Training, Placement & Selection, Dr. Beena G, Associate Dean, School of Arts & Humanities, all took the dais to express their thoughts and views on this opportune day. The University had a moment of joy when this day also became a platform for REVA student Srashta Vani Kolli, School of Legal Studies to launch her book, “Wild Wings: A Teen Poetry” an anthology of poems retelling a gamut of teenage emotions and symbolic representation of the same. The young poet along with her parents, was beaming with delight when she received a personal word of praise from Dr. P. Shyama Raju himself.

The event was formalized with an award ceremony for the best teachers. Teachers were nominated from their specific department and the best were chosen by a panel. 16 inspiring teachers and 2 researchers were chosen for their unyielding work and dedication. Each winner took a few minutes to express gratitude and share their future plans in their teaching learning setting. To make the day more special teachers and students were asked to wear their best ethnic apparel. The ceremony was given a more relaxed flash with the announcement of the winners of the best dressed Male and Female faculty members. The evening came to an end with a bang.

School of Performing Arts presented a range of arresting performances echoing the cultural ethos of our diverse country. The Garba from Gujarat, Lezim and Lavani from the Maharashtrian folk and the Bhangra from Punjab, were all performed with grace, energy and zing to the cheering crowd of teachers.


Events held @ REVA