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Bengal Teacher Gets Touching Farewell With Shah Rukh Khan Song

A good teacher is essential in the life of any student. While some people do not have that enthusiasm, others are fortunate enough to have a mentor and a wonderful teacher. Good teachers not only guide students but also become their friends, guiding and helping them as they navigate the rough waters of youth and school life. One such teacher at West Bengal’s North 24 Parganas received a heartfelt farewell from his students.

In a video shared on Twitter, a teacher named Sampa is seen surrounded by her students. The girl’s students said goodbye with her complaint as the video continues. One of them even dropped on a bow to give him a flower. “Students who are expressing their love for Sampa ma’am, perhaps one of the best teachers in the world. Katihat Girls’ High School BKAP, North 24 Parganas, West Bengal,” read the headline .

Two girls can be seen in the intriguing video clip of them following their teacher, Sampa maam, to the ground where their students are waiting. The two girls joined their classmates to say goodbye to their teacher who will never be forgotten.

All the students knelt and sang the famous Bollywood song Tujhme Rab Dikhta Hain by Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma’s Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. After saying such a heartfelt farewell, the teacher burst into tears and hugged his students.

Most people remember their school days when they watched this video, while others praised the teacher for being a great role model for her students. “This reminds me of my school life,” said one user, while another added, “This is exciting.”

A third user wrote that this was a complaint.

“Some people, all they get is money. See this teacher on your retirement… See how much you have earned !! He is very rich, ”said another

The video has captured more than 23,000 views and has left everyone feeling emotional.

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