Teachers’ day is a day that we celebrate to show our respect to those who laid down their life at the altar of service to students. This day will always be in our minds, inscribed in our hearts and minds as an instance of unforgettable ecstasy. This day makes you acknowledge teachers’ work to shape you into who you are today.
Teachers are special people who dedicate their lives to the field of education. A passion for knowledge and dedication to their duty make them our greatest gifts as educators. They deserve only the highest of praises, and we can do that by recognizing their hard work and dedication. Sharing their life with the students by getting involved in their studies and imparting knowledge on a larger scale, make students’ future brighter. Just like parents, teachers don’t just teach but also take good care of us. They work hard and long hours for the betterment of the students. Teachers are regarded highly in today’s world for their dedication and achievement. Development of children and shaping a child’s attitude towards learning are areas where they contribute to helping students succeed. It’s not only about grades or marks but also about the way learners treat their teachers.
It’s always nice to remember those who are no longer in our life, and what they have taught us. I owe my successful personality to my school teachers; they taught me how to be brave, intelligent and to use my mind. Sharing one’s knowledge with others without concentrating on the profit, would be the kindest service one could do.
Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (India’s second President and first Vice-President) a philosopher and politician coming from a remote village in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh worked his way from small beginnings to achieve greater heights. All through his academic life he was awarded scholarships and has always been appreciated for his hard work.
To recognize Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s dedication towards education his birthday is remembered and celebrated as Teacher’s Day.