Teacher’s Day 5th September |Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

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Teacher’s day is celebrated every year on the 5th of September, which also marks the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was an Indian philosopher and the second President of India. To celebrate this occasion students perform songs and a, acknowledging the contribution of their teachers. Students also show their affection to their favorite teachers in the form of cards, speeches, and chocolates.

Teacher’s Day 5th September |Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, all the schools have been closed for the last few months. With online classes, students and teachers will now be celebrating Teacher’s Day 2020 virtually. Every year students prepare a speech for their teachers to convey their wishes and gratitude. Students also play their favorite teacher’s character that day in school. Even this year, students can prepare a speech at home, which can be performed online, during virtual celebrations. We are listing down some of the sample speeches that you can prepare this year.

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Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

 Teachers are lockdown mentors

Good morning all teachers!

As we all know, we have gathered to celebrate Teacher’s Day online. Let me take this opportunity to thank all our teachers, who have been working very hard to teach us online. Taking education to the next level, this year may have given our tough times, but our teachers have surely been a Ray of hope.

From guiding us to motivating us, this year our respect for teachers worldwide has grown immensely. We know it has been challenging for each one of us, but teachers have been our lockdown mentors. They have supported us throughout and helped us cope with online classes and tests.

In these tough times, I would like to thank all the teachers on behalf of each and every student of your unwavering support. Thank you for guiding us inspiring us and making us what we are today!

Good morning to all our teachers.

As we gather here today to celebrate the occasion of teacher’s day,I would like to thank every teacher, who has been our guiding force during the lockdown. You have not only taught us the new way to learn but have also motivated us during the lockdown.

Every year teachers’ day is celebrated on the 5th of September do you know why this date was chosen. The day marks the birth anniversary of doctor Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who has an Indian and scholar. He was also the second President of India from 1962 to 1967.

He was a great scholar, who dedicated his life to education. Once he was asked by his student to celebrate his birthday. He simply replied and said, “Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud privilege if September 5th is observed as Teacher’s Day.”

His birthday was then declared a Teacher’s Day to acknowledge all teachers since 1962, 5th of September is observed as Teacher’s Day in India.

Last but not least, I would like to and my speech by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam quotes, “The purpose of education is to make good human beings with skills and expertise. Enlightened human beings can be created by teachers.”

Thank you to all my teachers, who have always been our guiding light and support system!

The light of the world, the beacon in the dark, and the hope that gives us the strength to survive is our teacher. Today we celebrate Teacher’s Day. A day kept aside to honor the gifted souls who work every day to make sure that the future is bright for all of us. Let us welcome all the teachers with a big round of applause.

On this occasion, let us take the opportunity to convey our wishes to all our teachers, who have given impeccable contribution in shaping us.

Every year on the 5th of September we celebrate Teachers Day. It is a day filled with lots of excitement, joy, and happiness as students are eagerly looking forward to telling their teacher how and why are they special to them. It is my honor to talk about our dear teachers on this wonderful occasion.

we celebrate Teachers Day on the 5th of September every year in India. September 5th as marked by the birth anniversary of doctor Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and the Teacher’s Day celebrated in commemoration of his birthday. Along with being a successful leader in the form of the president of the country, Doctor sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a great scholar and excellent teacher.

Teachers are the backbone of our society. They spearhead change by shaping and building students’ personalities and make them ideal citizens of the country.

As one looks at the great impact on the growth, development, and well-being of the students and nation, one must agree that teaching is a noble profession.

There is a saying that teachers are greater than their parents. Parents give birth to a child whereas teachers mold that child’s personality and provide a bright future. Apart from academics, teachers stand by us at every step to guide motivate and inspire us to become better people.

They are the source of knowledge and wisdom. From then leads the ideas and thoughts, that one day each one of us will use to provide back into this society. I would like to extend my gratitude to every teacher for selfless service and dynamic support. We are always grateful to you.

Thank you, everyone.

Why we celebrate Teachers Day?

We celebrate Teachers Day to give honor to our respected teachers for their hard work and to celebrate Dr. Radha Krishnan’s birthday.

When we started to celebrate Teachers Day?

It’s been started since year 1962.

What is the importance of celebrating Teachers Day?

Teacher’s Day celebrations importance to define teachers role in our life.

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