HAPPY INDIAN TEACHER’S DAY

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TEACHER’S DAY

It is rightly said :

A TEACHER TAKES A HAND, TOUCHES A MIND AND OPENS A HEART

Indian Teachers’ Day is celebrated on September 5 as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society. 5th September is the birth anniversary of a great teacher Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was a staunch believer in education and was a well-known diplomat, scholar, the President of India and above all a teacher. A teacher is the one who shapes the young minds, develops them and inculcates values into them. In India, teachers are given the post or rather the title of a “Guru”.

Teachers are also known as the second mothers in India. On this special day, normally all schools throw a little celebration for teachers. These parties include some dance performances, skits or role-plays on how important teachers are and much more. In some schools, students get the chance to become a teacher for a day and to experience how difficult it is to be a teacher instead of a student and how our teachers excel in their jobs each day. This is the day when we students appreciate our teachers for their hard work and determination.

The aim of world teachers’ day is to focus on appreciating, assessing and improving the educators of the world. So let us all take this initiative to appreciate a little more to our teachers who have made us what we are now.

 A teacher not only includes our school teachers or college professors but any person who has guided us or motivated us showed us a path in our lives. This might include anyone – parents, friends, family, relatives etc. Let us appreciate them today for their unconditional work, dedication and devotion towards us.

Three cheers to those amazing teachers out there,

HIP HIP HOORAY

HIP HIP HOORAY

HIP HIP HOORAY

 

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