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A little while back, I met the adorable siblings Shereen and Anam and they had a long nostalgic conversation about their love for their favourite teacher, Mrs. Madhu Saxena
'I was taught Science by Madhu Ma'am in 9th Std. in Govindpura Girls Higher Secondary School. The best thing about how Ma'am taught us, was the simplicity with which she used to clarify even the most difficult concepts. I used to wait for Ma'am's lectures and I never missed any. Madhu Ma'am was very strict when it came to teaching but all the students shared a great rapport with her. Sometimes, she used to bring us something to eat from home, cooked by her. I still meet her and seems like nothing has changed. Student-Teacher relationship is something which can never be forgotten.' said Shereen
I used to be that kid who used to be absent on most days, unlike my sister. I was on leave most times, due to health issues, fever etc. but I always scored good as I used to cover it up but by taking someone else's notes and study later. Madhu Ma'am taught me Science in 6th Std. Offcourse, she told me to be present in all the classes. All the other teachers from school refused to take up our class because it was the most notorious and unmanageable class in the entire school but Madhu Ma'am insisted that she would like to teach us and I'm glad that she did. She taught us by Mind Map method. In this method, she told us to write the entire lecture in brief. This method worked wonders, as all the students started concentrating on the lecture. I remember, in one lecture, Madhu Ma'am asked all the students to applaud for my brief as she said that, it was summarised very well. I always used to regret when I missed any of Madhu Mam's classes. I'm so glad that Madhu Ma'am taught us Science and made our foundation stronger. Presently, I'm working for a renowned company. In future, I aim to clear the UPSC examination. My dream is to be someone my favourite teacher is proud of. I want to be a delight to my proud teacher who worked hard to make us learn things which seemed difficult to even look at.' said Anam.
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