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Author Name: Sandhya Mehta | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

“We are all teachers and students. Ask yourself, “what did I come here to learn and what did I come to teach?”

–Louise L. Hay

No matter what we do in life, being a teacher can be one of the most satisfying accomplishments. Each time the students’ memories flash in a teacher’s mind, she laughs, she cries and she snuggles up to their heartwarming reminiscences. This book unfolds the celebration of the journey of a teacher and her compassionate connection with her students.

Teaching is a journey of understanding and establishing a pure and a selfless relationship. It is a walk with destiny, an awakening of dormant talents, that of transforming a caterpillar into a butterfly. A teacher has a key role to play a student’s life. This book is a reflection of how a teacher gets influenced by her students. The tender stories in this book will touch your heart and will take you back to your college days.

The book is an account of a voyage of exploring the hidden potentialities and bringing them to the surface by training the mind, touching the heart and proclaiming, “I am a teacher and I can make a difference! To be a teacher…remain a student.”

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Sandhya Mehta

Dr. Sandhya Mehta, an academician by profession is endowed with the heart of a teacher. For her, a good teacher is like a candle which consumes itself to light the path of others. With insights into human behaviour coupled with immense passion for teaching, she has spent two decades amongst young students. In the course of her career, she has authored six books, has published more than 50 papers in various journals and has attended more than 30 National and International conferences. She has also been honored with ‘The Best Teacher Award' by the Indian Society for Technical Education.

For her, a teacher needs to graduate from being an information disseminator to being a facilitator. The voice of her heart finds its way in these memoirs. She thoroughly enjoys being a teacher, an administrator and a trainer.