The Universal festival to honor the mentors of our life is known as teachers day. The Day is celebrated in regards to appreciating the extraordinary contributions made by teachers in past decades.
The gratitude, respect, love, and hard work are specially recognized on this Day, and the efforts made are applauded on this Day. The Day is celebrated with enthusiasm and zeal worldwide on 5th October. Still, in India, we celebrate Teacher’s day on 5th September every year, tributing the birth anniversary of the former president, scholar, philosopher, and Bharat Ratna recipient, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
Teachers’ day date 2021
Teachers’ Day is an annual celebration on 5th October commemorating the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 ILO/UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers.
In India, Teachers day is celebrated annually on 5th September, marking the remembrance of Bharat Rat, a recipient of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Teachers’ Day will be celebrated on 5th September 2021 (Sunday).
Teachers’ Day is the well-deserved applause and respect and affection towards teachers. The Day is celebrated to realize the teachers’ actual roles and efforts to help make our ideal world. The essence of utmost responsibility and turning over every milestone is understood. The issues and encouragement and the happiness earned are spread.
What is teachers Day?
Teachers are near to God; they are the soul of the classroom. Children learn their values, morality, life lessons, and good deeds from their teachers from an early age. Teachers are the role models for the students. Teachers are indeed paying service in the form of lifetime devotion in building up the minds of the younger generation.
Teachers’ Day plays a significant role in every student’s life. This is the Day when the tribute is given with the utmost zest, and students prepare various types of extracurricular activities and creative programs to thank their teachers for their valuable learnings.
Why Teacher’s Day is celebrated?
Teachers day is celebrated to remember the birth anniversary of a renowned scholar, recipient of Bharat Ratna, first Vice- President, and second President of Independent India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
Future lies in the hands of a country’s younger generation. Teachers as mentors can carve the younger age into future leaders and shape a country’s destiny.
The hard work, determination, strength, courage, and sincere effort executed by a teacher are cherished. The teacher is the only person who shapes who we become, and the most successful is their constant motivation.
This Day is celebrated to honor the teachers’ sweat in the field of education. Apart from being a thinker, a teacher always has to be a philosopher as he is the person who emphasizes presentation to converge different currents of thoughts to the same end.
Importance of teachers’ Day
As wisely said by Narendra Modi, “Teaching is not a profession, a way of life.” Teachers’ Day is a celebration uttering joy to both ends. Teacher and students both wait for the Day to celebrate with zest and zeal as everyone once is a teacher. In India, teachers’ Day is the importance of a bond between the teacher and a student over time. The divineness and the enlightenment of the Vishwaguru.
Dr. S.Radhkrishnan’s bond and contribution to the educational field have become an inspiration for everyone to be a positive contribution to education. The importance of teachers’ Day is to relate to divineness.
Teachers’ day Celebrations in India
The Day is celebrated on 5th September annually on the birth anniversary of Dr. S.Radhakrishnan. The Day was chosen to respect his efforts and his dedication in bringing revolution to the teaching sector of India.
The Day is celebrated with traditional methods of cards, gifts, and speeches. However, the Day was made more joyous with flowers and small tributes to teachers through various cultural and creative activities.
Various schools allow senior students to become teachers, take classes on teachers’ behalf, and face the challenges overstepped by the teachers every Day.
The celebrations help teachers with positive energy and gather applause for their hidden successes. The particular Day remarks the bond of a teacher with infinite devotion.
5 Sep Teachers day 2021 speech
A warm welcome to all gathered over here. Today, we all have assembled to celebrate the special occasion and honor the endless efforts put in by the Shapers of the World – Teachers.
Teachers day is celebrated to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of the 2nd President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a distinguished scholar, and an excellent teacher.
Today, 5th September is celebrated as the Teachers day to heartily tribute the strenuous efforts of making the future. Teachers provide the utmost knowledge and importance of education through continuous efforts. Teachers are not just the source of inspiration but are also the backbone of society. They make us strong to withstand any obstacle of life.
Let’s say it together that ‘ our respected teachers, we are always grateful to you for all you do for us.’
Happy Teachers Day 2021 Quotes
On the honorable occasion of teachers day, various quotes have been penned by respected people to dedicate to their teachers; they are:
- “It is the foremost art of the teacher to arise joy in creative expression and knowledge.” – Albert Einstein
- “Education is the manifestation of perfection existing in a man” – Swami Vivekananda
- “Technology is just a tool. Kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is most important.” – Bill Gates.
- “If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help. There was a great teacher somewhere in your life.” – Barack Obama.
- “One good teacher in a lifetime changes a delinquent into a solid citizen.” – Philip Wylie.
Teachers’ Day is a reminder of the consistency our teachers keep and their contributions in shaping our future. The Day is the tribute to their devotion and being the support system directly or indirectly for a child’s success.
Teacher’s Day FAQs
What is the actual date of teachers’ Day?
Teachers day is a global celebration. It is celebrated on 5th October around the world.
In India, it is celebrated on 5th September annually on Dr. Sarvepalli Padhakrishnan, a scholar and an enthusiastic teacher.
Who is Sarvepalli Radhakrisnhnan?
Teachers day is celebrated to glorify the birth anniversary of a renowned scholar, recipient of Bharat Ratna, first Vice- President, and second President of Independent India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.
What is right, Teacher’s Day or teachers Day?
The correct way to use the apostrophe is Teachers’ Day.
Who invented teachers Day?
Teachers’ Day was invented when some students of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday.
Instead of allowing them, he asked them to celebrate it as teachers’ Day, which would give him the privilege.
What is the best message for teachers’ Day?
Teachers’ Day’s best message is that teachers form a significant part of life at every step. They play an essential role in shaping the students’ lives by educating them and guiding them to the right path.