Teachers Enlighten Students by Eliminating the Darkness of Ignorance, Says Vikas Sharma


KORBA (Chhattisgarh): Teachers possess the ability to destroy the darkness of ignorance and enlighten lives. Ignorance is the first step to slavery. We should demolish the walls of caste, creed, language and regionalism to make a united nation.

Vikas Sharma, CEO & Director, BALCO said at the Teachers’ Day Celebration Ceremony at Chandrodaya Gyan Mandir School, Parsabatha. The ceremony was organised under the Project Connect by the CSR department of BALCO.

Sharma wished everyone on Teachers’ Day and quoted the preachings of Guru Nanak Dev and Saint Kabir that Teachers are the most charitable of all, as they provide self-knowledge to people. They pass on their enlightenment to their students. Teachers help us experience the divine.

He appreciated the Project run under the leadership of BALCO Aluminium Business Head, Deepak Prasad said that Project Connect is an extremely important step in the initiative of spreading knowledge.

The people connected with the project are developing a better society as those students who would gain knowledge through the project to rise higher in their lives, would later contribute to the progress of others in need. He assured that the initiative would see an exponential growth.

Deepak Prasad, the special Guest lauded the cultural programme. He said that to prepare for the competitive exams, a lot of hard labour is needed. Through the efforts of the volunteers from amongst the employees of BALCO, teaching the students under Project Connect, students shall have bright days ahead. He praised the CSR department of BALCO for the good operation of the project.

R.D.Chandra, President of the Chandra Shikshan Samiti cited that the school was being well-supported by BALCO. He was thankful to Vikas Sharma for witnessing the programme as the Chief Guest. He said that Chandra Shikshan Samiti aimed at providing education to the needy students.

Hitendra Bhuptaval, AGM, Sustainabilty, BALCO, and a volunteer, teaching under the project, shared that teaching young students was a good experience, as it helps build a synergy of teaching and learning simultaneously.

The programme was coordinated and anchored by Ashish Ranjan, the CC &CSR Head of BALCO.

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