Monday , March 8 2021
T.S. Panwar Sir

T S Panwar: A Tribute to My Teacher

Shri Tara Singh Panwar son of Dr. D.R. Panwar, Dy SP Madhya Pradesh Police, did high school from Maheshwari Vidhayalya, Indore, and Graduation from Holkar Science College – Indore and B. Ed from Regional College, Ajmer. He initially served from 1967 to 1973 in Sacred Heart School MHOW. After getting selected by UPSC, he joined Military School Ajmer in 1974 as Master Gaz (Biology). He was the House Master of Prithviraj House for thirteen years. He was transferred to Dholpur Military School in Aug 1987 and was M/IC Edn till 1994 and then got posted to Bangalore Military School Aug 1994 to Mar 1999. Later he joined Rashtriya Military School, Chail on promotion as Principal in March 1999 and retired in 2002 after 35 years of exemplary and dedicated service. He wass happily settled at Bangalore.

He was an active member of school and organized, conducted and actively participated in numerous school activities, like sports, educational tours, tracking, mountaineering, hicks, cross country and was In-charge Tennis tournaments. He was always in charge of prize distribution ceremonies of various functions during our time.

Under his stewardship, Prithviraj House was All Round Best House consistently for twelve consecutive years. His strategy to repeatedly pick up General Thimayya trophy included:

Identifying innate competencies of cadets in various fields and encouraging them in the arena of their strength. This made the task of selection for any event easy. Cadets were encouraged to practice for athletics from the start of the year. For co-curricular activities, cadets were picked and prepared well in advance and supported to do necessary research in the library. Every success was celebrated. This helped to strengthen the team spirit which supported the house motto “Union is strength“. ‘House Day’ was celebrated on July 22 every year as talents day. This also helped in selecting the best cadet for any given event. It also left the cadets with more time for academics. Corporal punishment was given as a last resort.

Very sad news, an excellent personality, teacher n mentor.

May God gives family strength to overcome this tragedy soon.

Om Shanti.

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