Teachers should teach good values ​​to children: Srichand Sharma

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Teachers should teach good values ​​to children: Srichand Sharma
Chhapar. MLC Srichand Sharma unveiled the statue of the late Harisingh Tyagi, founder and former director of Jai Bharat Inter College. He said schools and colleges are temples of education. From there, children become good and cultured citizens. He said that the teacher’s identity is also to give good values ​​to the children.
The board of directors of Jai Bharat Inter College, which is on the side of the highway in Chhapar, installed the statue of the late Harisingh Singh Tyagi, unveiled by cutting the tip by MLC Srichand Sharma of the Meerut-Saharanpur Block Teacher Area. In his address to the congregation, he said that Harisingh Tyagi raised the children in the area by establishing Jai Bharat Inter College Sanstha in 1951. Building such a large organization is a huge task. People did a good job installing the statue. The next generation will know him too.
He said that formerly the children of deceased teachers were kept as peons, now the BJP government has passed a law that the teacher’s son becomes an employee. The government is making further reforms in education so that education is not occupied by the family. Umesh Tyagi, Manager Vijaypal Tyagi, Vishnudutt Tyagi, Rajesh Tyagi, Pradeep Tyagi, BKU Tomar President Sanjeev Tomar, Suresh Tyagi, Rajkumar Tyagi, Hariom Tyagi, Arun Tyagi, Sanjay Tyagi, Bijendra and Satendra Tyagi were present. The meeting was chaired by Mahamandaleshwar Bhaiyadas ji Maharaj and the conducting teacher Brajbihari Dhuria.
Yoga will bring the ancient tradition to life
Chhapar. BJP employees conduct yoga on International Yoga Day in the premises of the Kel Baba Temple. Former Barla Mandal MLA officer Ashok Kansal, who also participated in yoga, said the ancient culture must be awakened through yoga. Do yoga regularly to stay healthy. In the premises of the Kel Baba Temple, Barla BJP Mandal President Pawan Tyagi, District Vice President Rakesh Advani, Gaje Singh, Vishal Tyagi, Rishipal Muni, Subodh Kumar, Ajab Singh, etc. participated in the yoga practice. In the village of Barla, too, the yoga practice was organized by the retired committee. Villagers received yoga in the residence of a retired engineer from the Braj Bhushan Tyagi Army, which was initiated by village chief Chunni Devi. conversation

Teachers should teach good values ​​to children: Srichand Sharma

Chhapar. MLC Srichand Sharma unveiled the statue of the late Harisingh Tyagi, founder and former director of Jai Bharat Inter College. He said schools and colleges are temples of education. From there, children become good and cultured citizens. He said that the teacher’s identity is also to give good values ​​to the children.

The board of directors of Jai Bharat Inter College, which is on the side of the highway in Chhapar, installed the statue of the late Harisingh Singh Tyagi, unveiled by cutting the tip by MLC Srichand Sharma of the Meerut-Saharanpur Block Teacher Area. In his address to the congregation, he said that Harisingh Tyagi raised the children in the area by establishing Jai Bharat Inter College Sanstha in 1951. Building such a large organization is a huge task. People did a good job installing the statue. The next generation will know him too.

He said that formerly the children of deceased teachers were kept as peons, now the BJP government has passed a law that the teacher’s son becomes an employee. The government is making further reforms in education so that education is not occupied by the family. Umesh Tyagi, Manager Vijaypal Tyagi, Vishnudutt Tyagi, Rajesh Tyagi, Pradeep Tyagi, BKU Tomar President Sanjeev Tomar, Suresh Tyagi, Rajkumar Tyagi, Hariom Tyagi, Arun Tyagi, Sanjay Tyagi, Bijendra and Satendra Tyagi were present. The meeting was chaired by Mahamandaleshwar Bhaiyadas ji Maharaj and the conducting teacher Brajbihari Dhuria.

Yoga will bring the ancient tradition to life

Chhapar. BJP employees conduct yoga on International Yoga Day in the premises of the Kel Baba Temple. Former Barla Mandal MLA officer Ashok Kansal, who also participated in yoga, said the ancient culture must be awakened through yoga. Do yoga regularly to stay healthy. In the premises of the Kel Baba Temple, Barla BJP Mandal President Pawan Tyagi, District Vice President Rakesh Advani, Gaje Singh, Vishal Tyagi, Rishipal Muni, Subodh Kumar, Ajab Singh, etc. participated in the yoga practice. In the village of Barla, too, the yoga practice was organized by the retired committee. Villagers received yoga in the residence of a retired engineer from the Braj Bhushan Tyagi Army, which was initiated by village chief Chunni Devi. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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