I’m blessed to meet my dear friend Parul, a good finder in this vast blogosphere. She blogs at Happiness And Food. She has a monthly feature – #WomenAtWork – in honour and respect of many working women. I feel very proud to join with her as another good finder by this post.
Meet Srimathy. Meena Shankar – A Cherished Teacher
Affectionately called as Meena Mam is a shining star teacher who can evoke the inner talents and creativity of her students with her wide range of experience. Her creative originality, vibrant personality, distinct talents, loving nature, motherly affection and a helping hand have all made her a most sought soul among her personal and career circle.
She is an ethical, most successful role model teacher. She started her career with pre kg kids. Now she’s taking English Grammar for higher classes. She also choreograph for school day dances. She’s arranging the school Kolu with special concept every year along with her team. She was one of the member to publish Grammar and Hand Writing Book. Her aim is to teach children about life skills.
As an ideal teacher, she strived towards igniting young minds to dream big for their future. Among the several roles that she played during her lifetime – woman, daughter, wife, sister, mother, teacher, author, mentor – the role of a teacher is what she is cherishing the most, and she grabbed almost every opportunity to teach students, especially children. Since she believes that the future of India lies in the hands of youth.
She is very sincere in her work. She is such a responsible and most loving woman. She is a proud mother of a brilliant daughter. She’s at her 50s. Could you believe it??? She never failed to spread the radiance of positivity around her where ever she is. She’s also a techy person who love to socialize with different Social Medias. She’s very creative and innovative in presenting herself and all her works. Delighted to introduce such an eminent yet down to the earth personality with my readers.
P. S : Feeling happy and proud to have Meena Shankar in our family. And she’s the third sister of my hubby Vivek.
This is post #2 linked with #WomenAtWork, a regular photo feature on Parul’s blog. If you are interested in participating, please read her inaugural post and join by adding your linky to her post. I would love to see your take on the tag. Read my first post here.
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