For the ladies and gentlemen who moulded me to what I am today, I wanted to say thank you for being the divine power for you drive me to the destiny of my choice. I want to thank all teachers of Bhutan whose hard works are visible in the form of every individual standing in their own feet with different tag in their profession.
For the first time I was born to a caring mother and father. They nurtured me till I was only five. They taught me to walk. My father taught me to think of my life in school away from him. And my mother taught me to be strict to what I should be doing with annoyance face. I got to spent only few years with my parents.
The moment I was admitted in the school, I was with the second parent, teachers. All most everything, from the very basics to learning soft skills to be the good driver of our own life, and important of all the academic learning which is demanded for to get employ, were taught and nurtured by teachers.
I once more want to thank all the teachers that let me know what I can be and how should I go about to be. I can’t forget the moment of my success in exams that you taught me logically to take up the matter and learn ultimately the little lessons that my brains interpret sensibly in life.
And I pay tribute to the valuable contribution that you have made in the society by imparting the knowledge, enlightening, shaping the career of student and above all enriching the education system. I can feel and see the maturity of education system in the country which is the direct credit for the hard work that you have put in.
“Teachers, I believe, are the most responsible and important members of society because their professional efforts affect the fate of the earth”; Helen Caldicott.