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Teacher’s Day is celebrated on September 5th. But World Teacher’s Day is celebrated on 5th October. On Teacher’s Day, students honor teachers and organize different programs.
The teacher plays a big and important role in decorating our lives. We help a lot for success. As such it increases our knowledge, skill level, confidence and self-confidence and brings our life in the right shape. We also have some responsibilities for our sincere teacher. We all need to heartily congratulate our teacher as an obedient student and shed light on the lives of countless students for lifelong selfless service. He should be thanked and thanked. It’s a great opportunity to thank him and spend time with him. Teacher’s Day.
On September 5, former President of India Dr. Sarvapalli is Radhakrishnan’s birthday, which has been declared as Teacher’s Day in India in his memory. He was very devoted to education and is known as a scholarly diplomat, President of India and especially as a teacher. Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan was a Malayalam language teacher at President’s College, Chennai before becoming President.
On 5th September we celebrate the birthday of our former President Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan as “Teacher’s Day”. Dr. Radhakrishnan was a great philosopher and teacher. He once said – “I am a teacher first, and then the president.
Teacher’s Day In many places in schools, children become teachers and different programs are held in honor of the teachers. The teacher is a link that develops a young child’s inner strength to develop the strengths within the child to identify the right-wrong and good-bad, how to move forward in society and life.
The teacher is of the utmost importance in the life of a man because the teacher is the only supporting material of the student’s knowledge.
Teachers are the real holders of knowledge, information and prosperity, using which they develop and prepare for our lives. Behind our success is the hand of our teacher. Like our parents, our teacher has a lot of personal problems, but nonetheless, bypassing all of these, he comes to school and college every day and fulfills his responsibilities well. No one thanks him for his valuable work, so as students we also have a responsibility to thank teachers at least once a year.
Teacher’s Day is celebrated on September 5 every year to honor our selfless teachers for their valuable work. September 5 is the birthday of our former President Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who requested to celebrate his birthday as Teacher’s Day to honor teachers all over India. He loved the teaching profession.
Our teachers not only make us better academically, but also make us morally better by increasing our level of knowledge, confidence. To do good in life, it inspires us to make every impossible task possible. This day is celebrated by the students with great enthusiasm and joy. Students congratulate their teachers by giving them greeting cards.
It is well known that teachers play a big and important role in shaping our lives. To achieve success, they help us in many ways such as increasing our knowledge, skill level, confidence etc. and shaping our lives in the right shape. Therefore, we also have some responsibility for our faithful teacher.
We all need to heartily congratulate the teacher as an obedient student and thank him for his lifelong service of teaching as well as for shaping the lives of many of our students. Teacher’s Day (which is celebrated every year on September 5) is a great occasion for all of us to thank him and spend a day with him.