G.R Aagah Sahab
Teachers are our second parents, friends and confidantes. Thank you for all that you’ve done for us. Every student in your class has felt that compassion. They have felt your care. They have felt you have been there for them. They have felt valued for being them. You made their lives all the better by being you.
When we all first met in your Urdu class, Well, the dignity and discipline you instilled in us through what we thought was nitpicking about clothing, posture, and knowledge helped us into the successful individual what we all are today.
When we think about your Urdu class today, we may not remember what you taught us, but we do remember what you taught us about ourselves. What we can now recognize as your faith in our abilities showed us true value, beyond what we or anyone else in our life believed. You showed us that we could be whatever we wanted, and that’s been the most important lesson w’ve ever learned.
Teachers not only educate us, but also teach us the lesson of life. You taught us that we should work hard without compromising on hard work and small issues. We all have learned all these lessons from you.
We have great love, respect, affection and respect for you and we are lucky that we have seen the presence of such a great teacher in our life. From the first grade to the last session of our class, We think we have learned a lot. This learning is much more than the script books.
The courage and self-confidence that has emerged in us today is due to the wonderful teacher who have been part of this journey.
Thank you. Thank you for every hug, lesson, smile, piece of advice, and vote of encouragement. You were never “just a teacher.” In fact, most days you were our favorite part about school. You’ve forever cemented a place in our heart that can never be replaced. We should have told you all of this every day, but we just assumed you knew.
Ex – Students
Firdous Ahmed Dar, Dr.Shad Saleem & Dr.Zahoor Baba