My first batch of class 10…

35 thoughts on “My first batch of class 10…”

  1. Teachers inspire students to be the best of what they can be… and they can make or break one’s destiny… Lovely to read your journey as a teacher, and awesome to hear about the impression you are making on these young minds..

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  2. I am so jealous of you right now. I always wanted to be a teacher but I never knew if I’ll be good enough. It is the noblest of the professions because teachers make everyone else. Plus incidents like these. You might forget anyone on Earth who is not family. But some teachers stay!

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    1. Such a beautiful comment Ranjini. It sure is the most wonderful profession with so much heart and soul to it. And the relationship of a teacher and student is something beyond blood relations…Thank you so much for sharing such beautiful thoughts with me.

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  3. One can never undermine the importance of a teacher in a student’s life. They influence a students life majorly and have a big hand in the way their future shapes up. So glad to hear about the love the students have for you. It speaks volumes about your role as a teacher. Bravo!

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  4. Teaching is my favourite profession and I can relate to your post for two reasons, first – My parents were in the teaching profession and second, my elder one just passed out of 10th grade. loved it and you must be a great teacher. 🙂

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    1. That’s so lovely to hear. It is the best profession ever…And thank you for such the generous compliment. Going by what my students have to say, i think i had done a decent job as a teacher for sure…Thank you so much Deepa.

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  5. There are some teachers who leave their mark on our heart and we remember them for a lifetime. The same was my genetics mam in graduation, she was a sweetheart. The best part is she’s in my facebook friends.

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    1. It is so true. I have students sending me messages from their medical college and other institutions reminiscing the times i taught them a topic they are learning in detail in their college now. What more could you ask for right? Its so wonderful to hear that you are friends with your teacher and are staying connected with them. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with me.

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    1. You nailed it Manas! Absolutely true it is. Makes a lot of sense, isn’t it. If you don’t like the teacher even the most interesting subject will lose its charm…So true. Thank you so much for sharing your valuable thoughts here.

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    1. Oh…thanks a ton dear! It is a true incident that happened with me and yes I (was) a teacher till a few months back. Just taking a break to concentrate on my farm.I had a heart-wrenching time saying good-bye…but most of my students still stay very much in touch with me and want me come back as soon as possible and that’s heartening. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts…loved connecting with you.

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  6. Proud moments for a teacher 😍

    I still love my school teachers. Meet many of them when I am at my place. Since my house is near to school, they all know me even now. Some teachers are just awesome 😊

    (It’s almost 14 years I am out of my school now)

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  7. Just one verification like this is enough to inspire you in your profession for years. I’ve been a teacher in hospitals for far longer than I remember. And it feels much the same to hear their words today… A few students joined my Speciality later and told me the same. I still remember it even to this day

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    1. I so agree with you on that. A teacher can make a boring subject turn into the most interesting subject and vice-versa…That’s the power of a teacher. It was lovely to know that this post made you reminiscence about your own 10th grade. Thank you so much for sharing that beautiful anecdote with me.

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  8. A teacher’s job is as tough as it is admirable. The onus of shaping minds and shaping lives lies on them. It was lovely to read this heart warming account. IF that student ends up being a doctor, we all know who her success will be attributed to 🙂

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