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Motherly affection on children seen as land mark of teachers

Motherly affection on children seen as land mark of teachers

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Sep 29, 2016: Beneficiaries of Ksheera Bhagya, provision of milk in anganwadis, about 20 children from different anganwadis around Mangaluru came with their teachers to attend the programme. A teacher concerned asked a child, “how many times you get milk in a week”, a child said, “three.”


The teachers had even taught the children who the Chief Minister is. When asked, one brilliant child said, “Siddaramaiah”. Asked to introduce themselves and speak about Ksherra Bhagya, the children spelt out their names and also about their anganwadi.  Bestowing their motherly affection, the teachers provided water and biscuits to children as soon as they came down from the podium. A little later, at around 12.30 p.m., they also served lunch to these children on the sidelines of the programme at Town Hall. Some teachers were seen even feeding small children.  “Yes, it is difficult to bring them to a programme,” conceded a teacher. Asked whether any special vehicle was arranged, she said that they came by the regular city bus.

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Priyanka, Goa Thu, September-29-2016, 12:45
Everyone cannot be teacher , To be teacher we need certain qualities. We have to be prepared in many ways as it is not easy to win little heart.
Sushan Pimto, Mercara Thu, September-29-2016, 12:41
Children love to be in school a they give all the love.
Sumanth, Karkala Thu, September-29-2016, 12:39
The children get attracted towards the teachers because of their caring and love they show. It is not easy to be teacher . She has to be very patient and be like a child.
Anusha B, Nanjanagud Wed, September-28-2016, 11:55
Children see their mother in their teachers. They believe in teachers and agree to what ever they say is true. Some teachers are affection .
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