An Academic Exercise of Learning by Teaching

Teaching is not a unilateral affair at all. We, the teachers know the essence of the issue emerges when the stakeholders from the other side of table also make their presence felt. This blog records here about those teacher-student learning and teaching moments which enrich the whole process with more meaningful way.

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Thursday 30 April 2020

Student's wishes for his Teacher

(My student Aamaar Nazir had posted birthday wish to me last year. Why I am sharing it here because it's just not the wishes. It is an unbridled source of satisfaction a teacher always longs for. Very beautifully, he had expressed his notions and See, how encouraging it would be for a teacher. Blessings Aamaar.- Dr. Shreesh )

"Allah elevates to high positions those from amongst you who are faithful and those who have acquired knowledge ". Al - Qur'Aan
I have always harbored the most profound respect for your intellect, wit and humor. Sir, " your lectures remain one of the best and most thought - provoking classes " I've ever taken. THANK YOU.
Today is a thanks giving. GOD ! I thank for giving you birth in this world of rosy dawn, where you stand to upright the political education in house where some gatekeepers have turned democracy into tyranny, wherein the gloom of society has taken polity as bygones...Today is the day I should thank you for all the good thing's...AAH ! Mean's there are bad thing's too, Yeah infact just one and they are giving low grades 😉
Although I'll not be able to encompass how good as a Human Being you are. I'll fell short of words. My apologies.
Had I not got acquainted with you I would have lived all my life with idiosyncratic belief that The Toxin Of Nationalism and The Notion Of Patriotism are synonyms. Thank you for saving me from a subtle form of idolatry. You injected the healthy factor of the idea of nationality in me and taught Geo-Politics. You made me to travel to the medieval Europe by creating the atmosphere where a blink of eye would disturb our act of worship. You induced the morals in me about polity and taught us all that true political life begins not with the claiming of rights, but with doing of individual duties. It was you who took me through the gates of History with a psychological cause to reaction to the Colonialism. It's you who had the audacity to write ' to uphold the Secular nature of constitution ' Mosque must be rebuilt. It is you who made me to recognize my limitations and estimate my capacities and assure success. It's you who taught me the anotomy of human mind through the brutal nature of Levithan of Hobbs. It's you who taught me Rousseau's State of War. It's you who taught me how Machiavelli writings swirled the minds of people on the basis of objectivity. It's you who made me realise how Marx screws our minds and makes us to curse basic rationale. It's you who taught me the principles of Morgenthau...See here I fell short of word's I can't write more...Locke, Hegel, Material Dialects etc there is a lot I have learnt from you and I will never be able to pay you back. I just want to say thank you for all the hard work you have done on us and bring out our best.
Happy Birthday Sir. Allaah bless you with His best and fulfill all your dreams within the genuine quarters. My warm wishes for your future endeavours.
P.S :> You may have left JNU but JNU hasn't left you...Anti national...Love You seas and the oceans.

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