Teachers day an Introduction
Teachers day– A teacher is one who guides a student through his work and motives with his thoughts. Teachers and students have a very unbreakable relationship. The role of a teacher is very important, only a student can tell. Just as a Kumbhar presents a pile of soil in different forms, similarly the teacher improves the life of a child in many ways and brings it on the right track.
You cannot get knowledge without teachers. Therefore, you must know the importance of the teacher. We consider Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishna’s birthday as Teachers’ Day on 5 September every year.
Why celebrate Teachers day
- Teacher guide all students and children.
- He is the best friend of the students.
- Teachers play a special role to make a career of their students.
- He always thinks positively and advises their, students, the same.
- The success of students depends on teachers’ efforts and guidance.
- Our former president’s dr. sarvapalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday is 5 September, so we celebrate this day as teacher’s day. Because he is a good teacher and the future becomes the president of India.
- Now it is a national festival and celebrates all over India.
Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan was born on 5 September 1888. He became a teacher on the basis of his talent and helped the students a lot. His good teaching system and student love is a commendable example. He stepped into politics from the teacher and became the President of the country. Therefore, we only celebrate his birthday as Teacher’s Day.