Hyderabad: “Shaping a Student to Be Human” book released

Hyderabad:  Teachers are responsible for shaping the personality of students. They have the ability to observe and assess the psychology of the students which can help in dealing with the student effectively, opined academicians and educationists.

Addressing a gathering of teachers, and community intellectuals during the release of the book ‘Shaping a Student to be Human’ at Media Plus Auditorium in Hyderabad on Saturday, educationists stressed that “teachers utilizing their skills optimally set the societal standards as today’s young students can be crafted into an asset to the country when they grow up.  The book is written in English by veteran academician Mr. Muneeruddin Ahmed Alvi, Director of Adams High School.

The speakers lauded the efforts of the author for concisely presenting a myriad of topics and intriguing observations on shaping students effectively in his book spanning 90 pages. They fervently conveyed the role of school management and educational institutions and how the history of education since times immemorial to the present day has been shaping minds and personalities of students while discussing modern day challenges in shaping students to be even more human.

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Highlighting the importance of teachers in this context, they urged teachers to “be affable and happy around students”.

Speaking on the occasion, Chief Guest Mr. Faiz Khan, GPA to H.E.H. The Nizam, Trustee, Mukarram Jah Trust for Education and Learning said “regardless of the institution of study, students must also cultivate the drive to study by themselves” to excel in academics. Mr. Zafar Javeed, Secretary of Sultan ul Uloom Education Society who presided over the function, termed the author’s book “an important asset for both parents and the teachers” including the school managements.

Syed Aamer Javeed, and heads of different educational institutions were also present on this occasion.

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