Happy Teachers Day
Teachers Day commemorates the day when we respect and honour our teachers. The day is the special day in appreciation of the teachers. Every year World international Teachers Day is observed on October 5. India celebrates Teachers Day in memory of the great personality doctor Radhakrishnan. Many celebrations and programs are held in honour of the teachers. Since many centuries teachers have made a remarkable contribution towards the society. These contributions could be in a particular field or at a community level.
The date on which Teachers Day is celebrated varies from country to country. On this day we remember all our Teachers right from our childhood and express our gratitude towards them. No day would be better than Teachers Day to send Teachers Day Quotes & Messages. A simple Happy Teachers Day Quotes will make your teacher smile.
It is a special day wherein students appreciate their gurus and honor their special contributions. On this day, students have various celebrations in schools and thank their gurus for their achievements. Teacher’s day is a special day to appreciate the people who give us knowledge and celebrate to honor them for their great contributions in their specialized field. On this auspicious day, students shows their love for their guru by giving some special cards, gifts, flowers etc.
Gurus are the guiding force for each and every student. They help their disciples in molding their personalities. Teachers influence our lives to a great extent. Who can know us better than our gurus, our constant and greatest companion for a lifetime?
The Management and Students of Pragyan International University wish all its Professors and Lecturers a very Happy Teacher’s Day.
Teachers play a pivotal role in guiding youth in the right direction. Teachers change lives. We take a moment today to express our best wishes to them for enlightening us and continually inspiring us.
‘Role of teachers in nation building is paramount’, says Narendra Modi on Teachers Day
In his last address to the nation during his ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme, Prime Minister Modi said that for him, Teachers Day was an Education Day as well. “In our life, a teacher holds the same place which a mother does.
New Delhi [India], Sept. 5 :> Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday saluted the ‘dedication and commitment’ of all the teachers on the occasion of Teachers Day, saying their role in nation building is paramount. “Happy Teachers Day! India salutes the dedication & commitment of all teachers, whose role in nation building is paramount,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted.
So the Prime Minister also paid tribute to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. And the second president of India, saying he was a scholar, statesman and a respecte-d teacher who shaped many minds and served India. In his last address to the nation during his ‘Mann ki Baat’ programme, Prime Minister Modi said that for him, Teachers Day was an Education Day as well. “In our life, a teacher holds the same place which a mother does. We have also seen such teachers who care more for their pupils than for themselves. They devote their lives for their disciples, their students,” he said.
“We always feel the contribution of our teachers in our lives. September 5 happens to be the birthday of India’s former president Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan ji and the country celebrates this as Teachers Day. Whatever post he held in his life, he always tried to live like a teacher, an educator. Not only this, he always said that “a good 6:06 AM – 5 Sep 2016 teacher can only be one who keeps the student within always alive”.
Hence we can say that Dr. Radhakrishnan ji showed this by living as a teacher and by keeping alive the student within him despite holding the highest office of the president,” he added. Dr Radhakrishnan believe-d that ‘teachers should be the best minds in the country’. When he was president, he once said that instead of celebrating his birthday, it would be a privilege for him if his date of birth were to be celebrated as Teacher’s Day, and so from there on, every September 5 is celebrated as Teachers Day in India. Teacher’s Day is celebrate-d on different days all across the world, and it also varies from the World Teacher’s Day on October 5. In India, September 5 has been celebrate-d as Teacher’s Day since 1962.