Every year on September 5th, India celebrates Teachers’ Day to commemorate the birth of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former President of India, academician, philosopher, and Bharat Ratna awardee. He was born on September 5, 1888, and was a noted educator, brilliant ambassador, and, above all, an exceptional teacher.
Teachers inspire and drive us to do well in life and do extraordinary things. Teachers mould us into competent global citizens, and Teachers’ Day honours our teachers’ work. Teachers are recognised for helping kids develop their minds, and no one can survive in our environment without access to information. They instil values in youngsters and help them grow into responsible citizens.
Teachers’ Day is a wonderful day that both students and teachers enjoy. Students value the Day because it allows them to recognise their teachers’ efforts to ensure that they receive a good education. Teachers, too, look forward to Teachers’ Day because it recognises and rewards their contributions.
This special day is an excellent opportunity to recognise and celebrate the interaction between teachers and students. Students organise a range of events to entertain teachers at schools and universities on Teachers’ Day. These events include various contests such as dancing, recitations, and so on. On this special day, students also deliver gifts to the teachers and express their gratitude.
Children are the future of a country, thus they must be actively cultivated, which teachers do their best because children are nurtured by them. Teachers sincerely care about the well-being of their students and play a vital role in society. Teachers have the ability to shape youngsters for future generations.