Teachers Day, since 1962, 5th September was marked the day as ‘Teachers Day’ in India in honour of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was the first Vice President of India from 1952-1962 and became the second President of India in 1962. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a great scholar, philosopher and teacher of Indi. He was born on 5th September 1888 and it was his desire that 5th September should not be celebrated as his birthday rather it should be celebrated as “Teachers’ Day” in whole India to give respect to lakhs of teachers across the country. He was awarded the Bharat Ratna in 1954.
Teachers’ Day Celebration
On this day in all school of the country, students show their gratitude towards their teachers by arranging a program for them. They arrange various types of cultural programs and activities as a token of love for their teachers. Teachers are also felicitated for their dedication and determination in their profession and for lightening the students’ life and carrier.
Teachers play the most important and significant in the making of a nation and therefore it is our duty to pay our utmost respect and appreciation to them and celebrate 5th of September as a day of special teacher-student bonding. This day is of great importance as on this day the hard work of teachers is appreciated. Teachers give shape to our life and mould us as the best person. We should always be grateful to them as where ever we stand today is all because of the teachers who guided us and showed the best path in life. Thanking all the teachers and wishing a Happy Teachers day to all. Love to all the Teachers of the nation.
Teachers Day: Day to admire and respect our Teachers’ is written by Vivek Sharma
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