Mansoor Hosain Beigh
Teachers’ Day in India is marked in honor of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was born on September 5, 1888. Dr Radhakrishnan was India’s first vice president and second president. He was a great scholar, philosopher and Bharat Ratna recipient. Since 1962 – the year he became president – India has commemorated Dr Radhakrishnan’s birth anniversary by paying tribute to its teachers on this day.
Dr Radhakrishnan was a celebrated academic. He taught at Chennai’s Presidency College and Calcutta University. He served as Vice-Chancellor of Andhra University from 1931 to 1936. In 1936, Dr Radhakrishnan was invited to fill the Chair of Spalding Professor of Eastern Religions and Ethics at Oxford which he retained for 16 years.
It was in 1962 when Dr Radhakrishnan became the President of India that his birthday came to be observed as Teachers’ Day.
Teacher’s day celebrated all over in india is tributed to Dr sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who spent nearly 40 year of his life a teacher for excellence.
Teacher’s day is a great oppertunity to express your respect to you Teacher’s and extend your gratituted for making you what you are it is the time to pay tribute to them who have shaped up your carrer and impart knowledge to you not just to excel academically but also to develop your personality.
while every teacher ensure that he/she proves to be the best instructer of his/her student the choice of that “special teachers become subjective for student their special teacher is the one who cares for them understand their limitation and of course teach well on teacher day apart from celebrating the occasion teacher day in now one of the occasion.
It is not only when teacher are praised but also around various school student dress up as a representation of their teacher and take various teacher that are assigned to the teacher their represent the relationship between a teacher and a students make man aware of the secret of the God and the godly but both the parties should be intrested.
Today we are celebarting the teacher day it is no just a day to celebrated it is time to rethink let us go back to the day when teacher were respoected and look up to let us go back to the day when teacher consider themselves at such a responsible place where they are to serve humanity.
Teacher have a very special place to the society they have the instinct to recognize talent and nature it techer day is celebrated throughout the world year by year teacher taht break down barriers and reach into the soul of the student that they are responsible for do not get the recognation or gratitute they have earned we should respect our teacher always teacher have a very special place in the society.
Teacher day is celebrated with greate fan fare in many countries of the world it is a day set aside to honor the great profession of teaching …
The covid-19 pandemic forced schooling to move online for the better part of two years now. Without any doubt, the teachers have pulled off in inspiring ways in ensuring continuity of learning, mostly remotely.
The teachers took various initiatives on the ground to demonstrate how online teaching could be possible. Some teachers took measures and conducted classes within the community, mostly at far off places with students having no access to smartphones or better internet. ..
The pandemic changed how students are educated around the world. The teachers ensured that students keep the thread of education at home as well as meet stiff targets of the syllabi.
In India, Teachers’ Day is celebrated annually on September 5 to mark the birthday of the country’s former President Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was born on this day in 1888.
When Dr Radhakrishan took the office of the second President of India in 1962, his students approached him to seek permission to celebrate September 5 as a special day. Dr Radhakrishnan instead made a request of them to observe September 5 as Teachers’ Day, to recognise the contribution of teachers to the society. Since then it is celebrated as the teachers’ day.
Teachers and students flourish in a relationship of mutual respect. Teachers’ Day is a reminder of that richness. The celebration and respect should not be limited to an annual day alone.
The crisis of the pandemic also must be used, not to ram through the fantasy of futuristic tech-savvy education. It must be used to empower the public school teacher with genuine autonomy and support. The private school teachers today often have a tough time economically, and many have lost the enthusiasm for teaching. Teachers in most private schools are still paid less than what they deserve. The government and society needs to work out means to address the issues facing them and ensure that they are paid so as to meet various challenges while they teach students.
All of us, whether children in school or not, should say and do more to express gratitude to the dedicated women and men who choose to teach.
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