Teachers Day:- Role of teachers for society and nation
हम अपने जीवन मूल्य और दृष्टिकोण निर्माताओं, शिक्षकों के लिए अपनी सर्वोच्च कृतज्ञता व्यक्त करते हैं। इस ब्रह्मांड में हर कोई व्यक्ति और प्रजातियां हमारे शिक्षक हैं, जो हमें मानवता, भाईचारे, स्वस्थ समुदाय, समानता, न्याय, विज्ञान और गुणवत्ता कैरियर आदि के मूल्यों को सिखाते हैं।
हम इस प्रकृति, ब्रह्मांड, हमारे माता-पिता, हमारे सभी शिक्षकों को जन्म से लेकर वर्तमान और भविष्य तक, हमारे दोस्तों, हमारे परिवार के सदस्यों, आदि के प्रति आभार व्यक्त करते हैं, जो हमें हर समय कुछ गुणवत्ता मूल्यों, नैतिकता और दृष्टिकोण के लिए सिखाते हैं। एक सुंदर विश्व समुदाय के लिए।
We express our highest degree of gratitude for our life value makers teachers. Everyone person and species in this universe are our teachers, who teach us the values of humanity, brotherhood, healthy community, equality, justice, science, and quality career, etc.
We are also express our gratitude of this nature, the universe, our parents, our all teachers from birth to present and future, our friends, our family members, etc. who teach us every second something quality values, ethics, and attitude, for a beautiful world community.
Teachers Day 2020: in India, Teachers Day is celebrated on 5 September every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - First Vice President of India and the Second President of India and an educationist at heart. Let us read in detail about the history, significance, and celebration of Teachers' Day in India.
In India, Teachers' Day is celebrated on 5 September every year to commemorate the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan - First Vice President of India and the second President of India. Let's learn more about the history, significance, and celebration of Teacher's Day in India.
Worldwide, Teacher's Day is celebrated on 5 October; in India, we celebrate it on 5 September from 1962 onwards.
Why Celebrate Teacher's Day?
Teachers' Day in India is celebrated on 5 September to commemorate Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan's birthday. He was a distinguished scholar, who received the Bharat Ratna, the first Vice President and the second independent President of India. He was born on September 5, 1888. As a scholar, he was a construction lawyer and was an outstanding ambassador, scholar, and above all a great teacher.
Significance of Teacher's Day
Teachers Day is one such event in which students and teachers look forward to it equally. Teacher's Day is important for students as it gives them an opportunity to understand the efforts made by their teachers to ensure that they receive the right education. Similarly, teachers are also looking forward to the celebration of Teachers' Day as their efforts are well known and respected by students and other organizations.
Why is Teachers' Day celebrated on 5 September?
Teachers should be respected and respected. In India, on the eve of Teachers' Day, that is, on September 5, the National Teachers Awards are presented to qualified teachers by the President of India. The awards are presented as a public thank you to the outstanding teachers working in primary, secondary, and tertiary schools.
Even according to our Prime Minister Narendra Modi "Teaching is not a job, a way of life". In addition, he added that teaching is not a job but a "Jeevan Dharm" (lifestyle) and asked teachers to understand the changes taking place around the world so that they can prepare a new generation to deal with them. In fact, it is a divine function to direct and enlighten. He also said that India should reclaim the position of ‘Vishwaguru’ (leader in education) by giving high honors to teachers who have asked to encourage students to think critically about issues affecting the nation. He said that "the determination of teachers and integrity will shape the future of the nation as they lay the foundation and elements of society".
Who Are the Teachers?
Teachers feed and prepare students for their future as it is a real icon of knowledge and wisdom. They create awareness between students and the general public. They are the source of light in a world that was once darkened by ignorance. Our teachers are the real pillars of our success. They help us to gather information, improve our skills, increase our self-confidence, and help us choose the right path to success. However, although they have played such an important role in the lives of students and in nation-building, they are seldom shown due recognition. So, as a student, it is our job to thank them at least once a year and Teacher's Day gives us a great opportunity to do so !.
Why is Teacher's Day celebrated?
Drs. Radhakrishnan became President of India in 1962. He was asked by some of his friends and students to ask him to let them celebrate his birthday on 5 September. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan responded, "Instead of looking at my birthday in a mysterious way, it would be my luck if September 5 was considered Teacher's Day". Such a request from the President of India has clearly expressed the love of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan and his dedication to the teachers. From then on, India celebrates Teacher's Day on 5 September.
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