Aarifeen School of Excellence, Baramulla organised year end felicitation ceremony for staff

Aarifeen School of Excellence, Baramulla organised year end  felicitation ceremony for staff

Aarifeen School of Excellence, Delina Baramulla celebrated the end of the academic year with the year end appreciation   Ceremony to acknowledge and applaud the achievements of the teaching and non-teaching staff that excelled in academic, non-academic activities and brought laurels to the school in the year 2021. 

On this occasion, Coordinator Centre for Research and Policy Studies and Ameer IFD Dr. Imtiyaz Abdul Qadir was the chief guest. The ASE management board members were also present on this occasion. 
After her heart-warming opening speech in the first half, Coordinator ASE Ms. Sandra Mak congratulated the teaching and non-teaching staff members for their outstanding performance despite covid-19 lockdown putting the whole world to a standstill. 

While congratulating the staff Ms. Sandra Mak said that the academic year 2021 too saw closure of schools due to pandemic but ASE staffers went above and  beyond the call of duty  to ensure that the show must go on. 

“Schools, colleges were closed due to the pandemic. However, the work at the Aarifeen School of Excellence had to move on to online platforms as well. Even though it was a challenging time, the commitment, the creativity, and the devotion of teaching and non-teaching staffers helped us through the difficulties. All the learners were able to continue their studies without any hault. Right from the beginning our educators  accepted the challenge and opted for digital education. We at ASE started our online classes via school ERP and the  community classes were also held side by side. As the world stopped for a bit, but we kept going on to give hope and join people together,” she said.  
Speaking on this occasion, the Chief Guest Imtiyaz Abdul Qadirdeliberated upon the ASE staffers to be the well-wishers of the students and the society as well.

” Teaching is a noble profession and as an educator, we have to work with sincerity and dedication. We have to be an able and capable educator so that we can do justice with our profession. Our motive should not only be to impart bookish knowledge to our students but be the well-wishers of the student community so that we can provide this world a society based on justice,” Dr. Imtiyaz added. 
The speakers deliberated upon the ASE educators and other staffers that the more dedicated a person is the more progressive a society shall be.
In his speech, Chairman ASE said that we must not focus on what others are doing instead we must use our own resources and mind to excel. 

“Let’s celebrate the occasion but let’s keep it in mind what we couldn’t do or achieve this year and make sure we excel every other day. Let’s try to be good human beings ,” Chairman ASE said.  
On this occasion, the Arabic department educators were specially felicitated with an award and cash amount for authoring  Arabic curriculum books for Nursery, KG, Ist and 2nd standards.  

Curriculum Coordinator Miss Aafreen Farooq, Grade Head Miss Raiesa Bano were specifically awarded for their outstanding performance. The Academic department and Public relations department were also awarded for their exemplary contribution during the academic session 2020-21.

The Chairman of Aarifeen school of Excellence also announced several employee welfare schemes besides annual increment in salary of staff according to their contracts. 

In the second session, the teaching and non-teaching staffers including the transport and helping department were awarded certificates of excellence in the presence of guests and management board members

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