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Panchkula. Three years ago, in the school where only 231 children were studying, now 1250 children are studying. The efforts of Jitender Kumar Sharma, principal of the Government Secondary School of Culture, Bataur, have paid off. By improving the school’s facilities, it has built its confidence in the students and parents. In tune with the teachers, he also gave toppers to the school. That is why children come to school today to enter. At the same time, the children who left this school prepare their future by reaching a good place.
During a conversation with Amar Ujala on International Teacher’s Day, he explained that when his assignment took place at the school in Batour in 2019, there were 231 children from just one village. People did not trust government school education. After that he worked on the problems of incoming students. Extra classes have been held for each subject. After that, the student’s results were also excellent. At the same time, he tried his level to get this school the status of Sanskrit School.
After the formation of the Sanskrit school, he worked hard with the teachers. As a result of hard work, Tanya, a commerce student, took first place in the school. Meanwhile, in school sports, the students showed excellent talent in the district level competition. He explained that during his 26 years of training in the education department, he worked continuously for the development of students. Children who studied from their school are progressing by taking admission in different courses like CA, Engineering. Jitender Kumar Sharma, Principal, Government Sanskrit High School, Bataur, always tells the department about their books, good sports media and also makes the needy children aware about sports and studies. He said he has earned his prize by making the future of children.
It helps to advance in studies and sports
Renu Gupta, Principal, Major Anuj Rajput Government High School, Sector-20, is always ready to help children with their studies. He has been awarded the State Teachers Award for his outstanding work. She said she is always willing to help students. It also organizes extra classes for needy children, from books to studies. Therefore, the result of his school is still the best.
He proposed several times to make the Sanskrit school a CBSE school. After that, this school became CBSE, in which comprehensive development of students is being carried out. Along with education, he worked tirelessly to help students in the field of sports. That’s why Major Anuj Rajput Government Higher Secondary School Sector 20 is ahead in sports and education. On International Teacher’s Day, he called on students to live with discipline, so that they can achieve their life’s goal.

Panchkula. Three years ago, in the school where only 231 children were studying, now 1250 children are studying. The efforts of Jitender Kumar Sharma, principal of the Government Secondary School of Culture, Bataur, have paid off. By improving the school’s facilities, it has built its confidence in the students and parents. In tune with the teachers, he also gave toppers to the school. That is why children come to school today to enter. At the same time, the children who left this school prepare their future by reaching a good place.

During a conversation with Amar Ujala on International Teacher’s Day, he explained that when his assignment took place at the school in Batour in 2019, there were 231 children from just one village. People did not trust government school education. After that he worked on the problems of incoming students. Extra classes have been held for each subject. After that, the student’s results were also excellent. At the same time, he tried his level to get this school the status of Sanskrit School.

After the formation of the Sanskrit school, he worked hard with the teachers. As a result of hard work, Tanya, a commerce student, took first place in the school. Meanwhile, in school sports, the students showed excellent talent in the district level competition. He explained that during his 26 years of training in the education department, he worked continuously for the development of students. Children who studied from their school are progressing by taking admission in different courses like CA, Engineering. Jitender Kumar Sharma, Principal, Government Sanskrit High School, Bataur, always tells the department about their books, good sports media and also makes the needy children aware about sports and studies. He said he has earned his prize by making the future of children.

It helps to advance in studies and sports

Renu Gupta, Principal, Major Anuj Rajput Government High School, Sector-20, is always ready to help children with their studies. He has been awarded the State Teachers Award for his outstanding work. She said she is always willing to help students. It also organizes extra classes for needy children, from books to studies. Therefore, the result of his school is still the best.

He proposed several times to make the Sanskrit school a CBSE school. After that, this school became CBSE, in which comprehensive development of students is being carried out. Along with education, he worked tirelessly to help students in the field of sports. That’s why Major Anuj Rajput Government Higher Secondary School Sector 20 is ahead in sports and education. On International Teacher’s Day, he called on students to live with discipline, so that they can achieve their life’s goal.

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