Teach human values to students, Governor tells teachers
Hyderabad: Governor ESL Narasimhan has called upon the teaching community to teach human values-based education to students.
Speaking as chief guest at the 77th Indian Public Schools’ conference at Hyderabad Public School in Begumpet on Monday, the Governor said educational institutions have a pivotal role in treating and educating students about human values. He advised them not to educate students merely as machines, who do not understand human values. Narasimhan said, “I am not talking as an authority, I am sharing my feelings as a grandfather”.
The Governor further said, “We should stop western culture to say “Hai, Bye and Tata”. Each student should be taught in Indian language besides a foreign language. He also suggested teachers should educate boys how to give respect to girls. There should be a good relationship among teachers, students and their parents. The three-day conference is being attended by educationists and intellectuals. –NSS