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Teachers' day 2014

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Teachers’ Day is celebrated on the 5th Sept every year as a mark of respect to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He is known for his excellent contribution towards the betterment of Indian Education system.

MCGS also sees a revolutionary change. Staff who have been here for years are zapped. A short program by our very enthusiastic MCGS students, who are happy to be out of the classroom enjoying music and dance in the auditorium.

More amazing is the fact how the ambience of the School auditorium is changed to celebration mode on an all working day which we had experienced over 2 ½ Decade. Seeing so much joy on the young faces is worth giving up studies for a day. Let’s get back to the changes. Ma’am Khandke was ushered by the students to dance and the entire staff was requested to join in at the beat of bollywood numbers. A changed scenario from the usual cards and flowers given to teachers’ by the girls’.

MCGS is a family in the true sense, proving our solidarity while dancing. Staff club party was as always loaded with food for our ravenous appetites .

Day never ends at MCGS after lunch, we had more on our platter. The whole School goes to watch MARY KOM. The all motivational celluloid for the MCGS family. Though I totally agree with the critics who say “ its difficult to recapitulate Mary Kom’s  life and the adversities she faced in a few hours”.

Popcorn’s never taste the same as they do in a movie hall. A treat again of samosa, popcorn and soft drinks to celebrate teachers’ day with students.

Introspecting while returning back to School. Making us watch this movie together sure was to prove that teachers show the right path and groom their pupil to become a better citizen. They teach you to face the most difficult challenges of life and get through them easily.

“At mcgs learning never stops even if we are out to enjoy”

Amanpreet K Broca

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