Meet Chandigarh based Educational Entreprenuer Prachi Mishra She shares her perofessional journey with Hello Mumbai News

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    Teacher’s Day is celebrated annually on September 5 to mark the birth anniversary of
    Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the first Vice-President and the second President of India, who was also a teacher, scholar and philosopher. His contribution to shaping India’s education is immense.

    On this day in school students put up dance and singing performances, events and dramas for their teachers. They also greet their favourite teachers with rose bouquet, handmade cards and gifts as a token of appreciation.

    The Day is hailed as very significant, as students across all educational institutions express their gratitude and honour all their teachers and mentors.

    Teachers are recognised for their unspoken contribution to the development of society.
    Since beginning, teachers have emerged as stepping stones into the world of education, moral values and social stability.

    When students met Dr.Radhakrishnan after he assumed office as President to celebrate September 5 as a special day, he instead asked them to observe this day as Teacher’s Day, in recognition of their contribution to society.

    Ever since then, Teacher’s Day has been celebrated across schools, colleges, universities and all educational institutions.

    The Day is hailed as very significant, as students across all educational institutions express their gratitude and honour all their teachers and mentors.

    Teachers are also recognised for their unspoken contribution to the development of society.

    Hi to all the energizing Womenia…
    I’m Prachi Mishra.
    I’m quadruple PG M.com, Mba, M. A education and M. A social work
    Triple graduation B.com, B.liab and B.Ed
    I have 11years teaching experience
    I started my career almost a decade before when I opted Commerce by Profession.
    It was not at all the smooth transition from being bachelor to an earning professional, however, it settled with grown experience.
    Then, a big turning point came in my life when, I volunteered myself for the betterment or women and children and thus, I became a part of “Geetanjali foundation”, the registered NGO.
    My dedication along with my role expanded and received the CM award in 2016 and DM award in 2021 along with numerous other accolades.
    The journey is still on for the better ment of the aforementioned.
    I am also working as a Vice-president in the NGO, registered in Chandigarh and hopefully will do full justice to my roles and responsibilities.

    Together we can contribute and achieve is the moto I believe in.

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