National Award to Shree VN Mannapur
Instituted in 1958, the National Award to Teachers is given away by the President of India on 5th September (Teacher's Day) every year to give public recognition to meritorious teachers working in primary, middle and secondary schools. There are 366 awards out of which 20 awards are reserved for Sanskrit, Persian and Arabic teachers. Each State/Union Territory/Organization has an earmarked quota based on the number of teachers. The Scheme also covers teachers of the schools affiliated to CBSE including teachers of independent affiliated schools situated abroad, ICSCE, Sainik School, KVS, NVS, CTSA and schools run by the Atomic energy Education Society.
The Government of India makes the final selection on the basis of merit. The award carries a medal, certificate, and Rs. 25,000/- as award money. This year our beloved Colleague from Mathematics Department,Shree VN Mannapur was honoured with the prestigious award by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. President Smt.Prathibha Patil on 5 Sept 2007 honoured Shree VN Mannapur with national award for meritorious service. Shree VN Mannapur was born on 01 June 1950 and did MSc in Maths. He joined Sainik School, Bijapur in 1978. We congratulate him on being conferred with the National award.
News Paper Reports
Sainik School teacher gets national award
BIJAPUR: Union Ministry of Human Resource Development has honoured V.N. Mannapur, a senior mathematics teacher in Sainik School, Bijapur, with national-level best teacher award for 2006. He received the award at a ceremonial function held at Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi, on the occasion of Teachers’ Day on Wednesday. — Staff Correspondent
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Congrats SIR!!! You really deserve this. I am proud to be one of your students.
October 1, 2007 6:45 AM
Dr Shivakumar Hiremath said...
congrats respected sir... we all ajeets are proud of you sir... sir still i remember the rollings ordered by you in parade grounds...
October 12, 2007 11:51 PM