RBGS Students Create Mega Card to Pay Tribute to Gurus

Ravindra Bharathi Global School students created a Mega Card to pay tribute to teachers

Published: 09th October 2014 06:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th October 2014 11:20 AM   |  A+A-

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CHENNAI: Ravindra Bharathi Global School (RBGS) students created a Mega Card to pay tribute to teachers. The greeting card is a combined effort of teachers, students and all the members of the RBGS team. 

The RBGS Mogappair team came up with an innovative way of greeting, by applying task-based learning to honour gurus all over the globe.

The students show their regard for their immediate teachers and the mentors, who in turn show their gratitude to the great philosophers and creators. Thus the team decided to make a Mega Card. The card is 33m X 17m. The highlight of the manifestation was that their strength is in quantity as well as quality. It’s an expression of their gratitude to masters ranging from gurukula to missions of charity, icons of technology unto the Gurudev.

Students added a personal touch by writing as many descriptive words as possible  about teachers .The card gained value with this personal touch — messages and signatures from teaching fraternity of local , national and global institutions.

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