Mangalore, March 17: Teaching profession is a distinct when compared to other professions. The major credit of our achievements in lives goes to our teachers,” said Dr. N. Vinay Hegde, Chancellor of Nitte University while speaking at the inaugural function of the silver jubilee celebration of Mangalore teachers’ co-operative credit society.
He further urged that parents shouldn’t be of the illusion that English medium is the best and stressed the importance of Kannada education for students.
A special plan named ‘Rajatha Tevani’ which offers 11.50 percent interest for fixed deposit for a period of 400 days, was launched on the occasion to mark the silver jubilee celebrations of the society.
Prof. P.C.M. Kunhi Director of Yenepoya University said a good teacher inspires a student to excel in academics and helps him evolve into a good human being.
Rev. Fr. Wilson V D’souza, Secretary of Catholic Education Board, P.V. Shettigar, President of Mangalore Teachers Co-operative credit society and others were present on the occasion.