Sunday, 22 October 2017

TODAY'S KALAM Teacher's Day - MD ABRAR ALI BAIG Septemer, 2017


Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (5 September 1888 – 17 April 1975) was an Indian philosopher and statesman. One of India's most distinguished Twentieth-century scholars of comparative religion and philosophy, His academic appointments included the King George V Chair of Mental and Moral Science at the University of Calcutta (1921–1932) and Spalding Professor Of Eastern Religion and Ethics at University of Oxford (1936–1952).

       Radhakrishnan believed that,

Teachers' Day

When he became the President of India, some of his students and friends requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday, on 5 September. He replied,
"Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be My proud privilege if September 5th is observed as Teachers' Day."
His birthday has since been celebrated as Teacher's Day in India.
On this Teacher’s day let’s know about one of the Great teacher in recent times,
“MD ABRAR ALI BAIG”, Chairman of Surya Vidyaniketan school, Vijayawada.
Early Life and Education
      Abrar Ali is born in Kowtavaram a small village in Gudlavalleru mandal in Krishna district. His father's name was Anwar baig and his mother's name was Ahmedi begum. He has 4 Siblings 3 elder sisters and 1 younger brother. His primary education was at Government High school at Kowtavaram. Later he moved to Machilipatnam .
       He completed his Intermediate and graduation by working as a Paper boy in the early hours and as accountant in cloth store up to the late night. He moved to Vijayawada with his family in 2005.

Marriage and Family
Abrar Ali was married to Shahida begum. As per tradition the marriage was arranged by the family. The couple had two daughters and one son.
As a teacher
He joined as teacher in a private school for the basic salary of Rs. 1800 per month.  From there he went to kennedy high school, Hyderabad and from there he went to Chukka Ramaiah IIT Institute as a Assistant Professor. After working 18 months he returned back to Vijayawada as 10th Department head in Kennedy high school. Apart from this he used to conduct study hours. Even this also helped him a lot.     

Establishment of Surya Vidyaniketan school

     The parents of students who attended the tuitions asked him to start a school, he was astonished to their proposal. They said,  Your discipline levels and punctuality made a difference in between the students. This made them to insist on him for the establishment of a new school. Though first he denied them. Later with their support he started a school with 85 members with the support of his wife and family. Hence the evolution of “ Surya Vidyaniketan school “ started in 2012
                   In it’s initial stage it was with 6 rows as the days passed the results also has a huge change. Now he is running two schools with the total 550+ children.

                 He always says   “ I will try my Best in satisfying the parents with their children’s academic performance and good behavior.”

    Regarding students he says “ Discipline is utmost Important in their life, he gains what he requires with it”.
Abrar Ali always says,

Activities in School
               In his school not only education takes priority he also taught them discipline and social responsibility. Every Saturday in his school there will be a activity other than education like Sapling, Taking their students to government schools and teach them, engaging their students with Youth For Seva activities etc.,
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          Interaction with Special children                            Telling stories in Government schools
Social Responsibility :
                            He also actively participates in social activities and engages their students actively.
His dream is to see a society where there are no old age homes and Orphanages.   
Quotes and Sayings on Teacher’s Day

                                                                                                    Rizwan Syed

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