born on October 08, 1957 and
passed away on August 23, 2020.
“Teachers have 3 loves: love of learning, love of learners, and the love of bringing the first two loves together” - Scott Hayden
This quote sounds very true indeed, when we think of her as a teacher who always made her presence felt with her distinct smile. She is someone who had the 3 loves and in her own graceful style, she exhibited them, making an impact.
Always poised and composed, she is someone who will always be remembered as a patient soul with lots of care and eagerness to get the best outta every student.
To put it simply in a quote,
‘A teacher affects eternity; She can never tell where her influence stops’
RIP. Nailini Miss. We will always miss you…indeed.
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Sweet, Soft spoken ,a smiling face ,extremely passionate about teaching , her love for students , bhajans .....we could go on adding to her special qualities will be missed forever . RIP . Sathish CV 85 Batch
A very humble soul, she was. I have some lovely memories of her as an ex parent of Chinmamaya Vidyalaya. A very approachable and kind hearted person. She always greeted us with a smile. You will be forever etched in my heart.
Certainly an embodiment of kindness, compassion, and profoundness of thought and knowledge - Nalini ma’am, you will forever be missed by the thousands of students who have been blessed to be raised emotionally strong, vibrant under your guidance! May teachers like you be born like the Phoenix, rising back to serve the humanity, time and again!
Pranams. Few teachers fall in your extended family as they care for you and guide you thru. Nalini Maam may your soul rest in peace. Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti
Immanuel Raj Kumar
Your personality, Your composure and Your smile will always be remembered as a favourite teacher for many student like me. RIP. Nalini Miss. You will always be missed.